This article is for everyone who has a Twitter account. If you do the following things, it’s likely that I’m not going to follow you or retweet you (making you irrelevant to me on Twitter) and in some cases, I might even report you as a spammer.
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Another great question from a reader via my contact form. This one continues on my previous posts where I explain how to share a tweet to Facebook and how to share a Facebook post to Twitter. Hey Sean, Thanks for the great tip on sharing a tweet directly to Facebook. Along that topic, is there […]
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Before you jump in to Twitter and start tweeting away, here are 10 tips that can help you avoid looking like a newbie and (hopefully) avoid some common pitfalls.
In this post, I do a social media brain dump of tips, best practices, and experiences regarding social media strategy and the various social networking channels.
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Speaking social can sometimes be tough, especially with clients who haven’t yet engaged in social media or sometimes just “don’t get it”. Even those clients who do get social are sometime confused about some of the specific terms and jargon that social media pros use.