Infographic of what we are sharing on Twitter each day. Twitter: A Day in the Life (Infographic) Advertisements
Some things to keep in mind… http://socialmediamagic.com/blog/7-deadly-social-media-posting-sins-avoid/
A must-read and for us to keep this one on file for all future reference. How to Turn Facebook Into Your Single-Most Effective Marketing Tool
This is something that will be strongly beneficial for us, as clients will want to see some kind of return and “proof” if you will that it’s working, as this breaks down each component for each social media tracker for stats, etc. Here’s a link for the page to download: http://appinions.com/guide-to-influence-measurement-tools/
Free 2-day “unconference” about the tech world, in which participants can also present their findings, topics of interest, etc. Definitely a great opportunity to absorb some knowledge and network: BarCampNOLA 5
Cheesy as all hell, but here’s a video I found with instructions to walk you through syncing WordPress blogs to Facebook pages using Networked Blogs: How to Import Your Blog into Facebook Using Networked Blogs NOTE: There’s a trick to this I had to figure out. When trying to syndicate the blog the first time, …
A friend of mine told me about Basecamp, which is a project management software which allows you to keep everything in one place (projects, people, data). Includes to-do lists, time tracking, goal tracking, etc. It’s only $20/month and there’s a free 45-day trial.
I successfully added the Pinterest button. Here’s what I did: 1. Accessed the WordPress dashboard and went to the “Settings” tab on the left-hand column. 2. Select the “Sharing” link and drop the Pinterest button into the box below on the right-hand corner under “Enabled Services”. I have it working for now, though the only …
Posted this on our Facebook, though wanted it on our blog for future reference. This will be very helpful.
Testing the Pinterest button… Balboa Park – San Diego, CA EDIT: Make sure you switch over to the “HTML” tab when adding the Pinterest button. Best to use the code from the Pinterest website in their “Goodies” section, since I couldn’t get the tags on the previous blog entry to work properly.