broad-based is key if you want to make social media a lead generation system. blog. facebook. youtube. twitter. they all feed each other.
this post is a continuation of an earlier article about newsfeeds and rss. in today’s episode, I will talk about how to make your rss subscriptions and your reading therof (therefrom?) more efficient and fun. this post will focus on google reader; stay tuned for posts on the sage reader and feedly.
blogs and other sources of information on the web are updated regularly. a great way to stay current is subscribing to newsfeeds. herein a simple explanation of newsfeeds, rss and like arcania, along with a guide to setting up a newsreader to aggregate all the sites you’re tracking.
I have just finished updating two old posts about using friend lists in facebook and how to change the application’s default privacy settings so you stay in control of what other people see about you. the readers digest version: create friend lists. especially if you have a lot of friends and multiple contexts (school, family,
Many users of facebook have been vocal in their protests about the service’s new look. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to use friend lists to manage the ‘new’ Facebook