are you seeing a lot of junk in your twitter direct message folder? a new twitter setting may be at fault. here’s how to fight back.
twitter image tagging offers another way to target specific users with pertinent content
hubspot makes it easy to add social sharing links to emails, blog posts and webpages so readers can pass your content on to their peeps. make your sharable content work even harder with an easy tweak that will get your message in front of even more of the people you most want to reach – add hashtags to your sharing links.
a lot of twitter users had already switched over. however, as of this week, the new twitter user profiles became the default for everyone. what does it mean for the average user?
twicca, a twitter client for android, is the best twitter client I’ve used. after a long awaited update, it now supports multiple users.
more and more businesses are creating facebook pages to engage with their customers (and yeah, to sell stuff too). businesses and organizations then face the challenge of populating that page with a regular stream of new content. one option? “cross-pollinate” twitter. if the business and/or its employees have a twitter presence, that content can flow
twitter goes official with an opt-in feature that allows geotagging of messages. no changes on twitter.com yet, but developers are already telling people where you are…awesome!
broad-based is key if you want to make social media a lead generation system. blog. facebook. youtube. twitter. they all feed each other.
I posted about getting Facebook under control in response to the torrent of complaints that followed the service’s recent makeover. In my life, however, managing Twitter is is a much bigger issue. A Mashable post last December identified some useful tweak and tricks for managing the Twitter stream. I link to that and add a few; more to follow.
A recent Hubspot blog post asserts that using numbers or underscores in a Twitter user name can be harmful to one’s follower count. But is there another reason why @JoeSmith rates higher than @JoeSmith666?