Retweet After Me: Week of Sept. 10, 2013

How Curation Fits into your Marketing Mix Part 2: 8 Tips for Successful Content Curation by Pawan Deshpande

Our last post introduced you to the concept of content curation and included some examples of curation in action. Now that you have a feel for what curation is all about and how it fits into your marketing mix, let’s dive into some tips and tricks for effective and ethical curation. [Read More]

What the Latest Facebook News Feed Changes Mean for Your Business by Kate Rose

Another day, another Facebook tweak! Last week, Facebook announced a number of changes to the way that the Newsfeed works. This time, it won’t look any different; but the coding underlying what each user sees has changed, so the content of the news feed will be a little different. [Read More]

11 practical, use-them-right-now tips that will help you produce better Instagram Videos by Faves + Co

Back in June, we offered a few tips for making Instagram Videos, but we’ve learned so much since then. Telling stories via video in 15 seconds (or less) is truly an art form and presents new challenges and opportunities for content producers. Now that you can upload pre-recorded content to Instagram, there’s unlimited potential to how you can create and share your world. [Read More]

The One Reason Every Blogger Should Use Google+ by Steve Cooper

Once again this week I was asked by a colleague why they should care about Google GOOG +0.02%+. This is a person who regularly publishes content, already has a full plate and wanted to be convinced why she should take up another social network. A scenario that’s all too familiar with many people I come in contact with. To expedite the conversation, I have one simple response that will make setting up your Google+ page worth your time: Google Authorship. [Read More]

Why Twitter’s New Conversations View is a Big Deal and Why it Matters for its IPO by Om Malik

Twitter wants to go public and in order to do so, it needs to grow really fast – both in terms of revenues and users. And in order to do so, it needs to cut ties with the past and look at the normals. [Read More]

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