Posts Tagged ‘twitter’

Lee Odden recently published a great list of 50 Ways to Fail on Twitter… What would you add? While I don’t have a million followers, or even 100,000, I’ve found out that for my purposes, quality is the key and the 13k or so followers I am lucky to be associated with are appreciated a […]


I just stumbled upon a social media blog post by Lena West, Chief of Social Media Strategy at xynoMedia, and I had to share it on my blog as well.  Enjoy! A while back I joined an organization that I believed in whole-heartedly. I liked their ideals, mission and leadership. When I met people whom […]


Social Media sites such as Facebook and Twitter are proving to be successful outlets for reporting on events following the presidential election in Iran, where news is being heavily restricted and censored by the government, Poynter Online reported. The microblogging site Twitter has confirmed itself as a particularly valuable resource during recent protests in Iran, […]


Here is a great post from Chris Brogan, listing  19 Presence Management Chores You COULD Do Every Day If you’re looking to establish your online presence, and build relationships, it’s not the kind of project where you show up, build your profiles, friend a few people, and call it good. It’s a lot like tending […]


Alysia Shivers, a fellow new media friend and colleague of mine, recently wrote a great article for the Naples Florida Weekly (my hometown) on the increasing integration of social network marketing into the real estate industry.  Enjoy! Of the 87 percent of buyers using the Internet in 2008, 32 percent found a home compared to […]


Below is a great post from Daniel Rothamel, Real Estate Agent, on how agents can use Twitter to increase their business and market their services. For those of you who are thinking, “Twitter? Really? Twitter? You can’t be serious.,” you may want to take a second and go back to the intro post and check […]


Social Media: Hot to Be More Productive With Your Tweets Jennifer Van Grove, associate editor of Mashable, recently posted an article on “How to Get the Most Out of Status Updates” for microblog services like Twitter.  Here are some highlights… Some studies show that 11 percent of online adults are using status updates, but if […]