Blogging, Social Media, Social Networking You hear it (or read it) just about everywhere you turn these days. “You need to get into social media.” But what does that really mean in the context of blogging and why does social networking matter for bloggers? I recently read through Blogging Tips: Confessions of a Six Figure Blogger and I have compiled five of the most important tips from that e-book when it comes to how you should be using social media and social networks to ...Continue reading
Social Media How would you like to have your own “social front page” where you can show off your lates tweets and status updates? Connect.so/cial provides a new way to show off all of your social activity from a single location, through aggregation. Right now it’s by invite only, but invitations are sent out pretty quickly (within 24 hours). You can sign up using your Facebook or Twitter account, so there’s no need to create yet ...Continue reading
Reviews, Social Media Are you curious to know when the people you follow on Twitter have changed their Twitter bio or profile image? Some people may not care about a change so miniscule, but Bio is Changed is a new service that aims to make you care. Not only that, but it helps you to use this change to your advantage. With Bio is Changed, you can get instant, daily, or weekly email summaries about your Twitter friends who have changed their bio and/or profile image. ...Continue reading
Reviews, Social Media TwooglePlus is a simple service that cross posts your tweets (from one or more Twitter accounts) to your Google+ account. On the homepage it states that the service is “currently” free, giving the idea that it may not be free in the future. So, now is the best time to sign up. Using the service is easy. Let’s take a look. Getting Started There are 4 steps to getting started with TwooglePlus. Login With Twitter The first step is ...Continue reading
Reviews, Social Media Recently, I came across Tricklr, a simple tweet scheduling tool (much like Buffer) that lets you add tweets to a queue and send them out at regular intervals. It’s totally free and really easy to use. The best part is that it offers unlimited tweet scheduling, so you can add as many tweets as you like. Since Buffer and other similar tools are limited, I find this a huge added bonus. So, let’s take a look at how to setup and use ...Continue reading
Reviews, Social Media FanMix describes itself as “one inbox to rule them all”. The tool allows you to manage all of your social conversations from across the Web. While they currently only support three social sites, you’ll soon be able to manage your blog comments as well as various other sources. It’s meant to be a “dead-simple inbox, just like email”. So if you’re still suffering from social overload or just looking to make your life easier, FanMix ...Continue reading
Reviews, Social Media How do you keep up with conversations on Twitter? Since Twitter.com still does not support threaded conversations, it can be a real pain trying to keep up with replies and figuring out what they’re in response to. Personally, I really thought that Twitter would have rectified this situation by now, but sadly they haven’t. Fortunately, until something is done at least we can resort to third party tools, like Bonfire. Bonfire is a ...Continue reading
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