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A Knock em Dead Facebook follower writes, “When writing a ‘Thank you for the interview’ letter, should I address the person by first name since I usually refer to them by their first name in the interview?”
By Jeffrey L. Cohen
If your company is in business to sell to other businesses, LinkedIn is arguably a much better platform than others for targeted advertising to individuals. Google AdWords, by contrast, is in the same ballpark, but its purpose is to capture specific keyword searches, while advertising on LinkedIn is all about catching the attention of business people.
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Book Review: Twitter for Good – Change the world one tweet at a time, an essential guide to Twitter for non profits - Krishna De: Social Media Marketing, LinkedIn Twitter And Facebook Training Ireland, Online PR, Digital Marketing , - Krishna De: Social MBook Review: Twitter for Good – Change the world one tweet at a time, an essential guide to Twitter for non profits Posted by: Krishna De | Posted on: September 6th, 2011 | 2 Comments | Posted in: Book Reviews , Non profit communications , Social media , Social networking , Twitter Are you still trying to get to grips using Twitter and are unsure how it can support your organisations goals, especially if you are a non profit? Then here is a book I highly recommend that you read – and make sure that you read to end of this article as for today only you can access the book at NO COST .
Last week, as he paced around the stage at the f8 Developers Conference , Mark Zuckerberg declared with wide-eyed optimism that Facebook was "helping to define a brand-new language for how people connect." "When we started," Zuckerberg explained, "the vocabulary was really limited. You could only express a small number of things, like who you were friends with. Then last year, when we introduced the Open Graph, we added nouns, so you could like anything that you wanted." And then he delivered the breathless payoff: "This year, we're adding verbs . We're going to make it so you can connect to anything in any way you want."
Facebook has released several updates in the last month that will affect how journalists use the platform for reporting and storytelling. Many of these new features will make it easier for journalists to distribute their content and keep up with sources of information. Some of the relevant changes for journalists include Subscribe , which enables readers to subscribe to journalists’ public updates, and a redesigned News Feed — complete with a newly introduced Ticker for real-time updates that makes it easier to keep up with the news that’s most important to you.
I've rounded up ten recent infographics on Twitter, with lots of stats, the best times to send tweets, the psychology of Twitter and more. Where possible, I've added the infographics to this post in a readable size, but for others you can click on the image to see a larger version... Profile of a Twitter user (via Daily Infographic )
This blog has been inspired by Jan who contacted me through Twitter saying, “Would I think about doing an article on “Blogging For Dummies”. Jan has just started a blog and she said in her first post on February 28, 2010. “I have started this blog because frankly, I, like thousands of others, have recently been downsized. I am unemployed. I am home without a job to go to for the 1st time in 25 years. It is a staggering admission and why would I want to expose this to the world?
LinkedIn is the poor second cousin of the social networking fraternity with its glamorous siblings Facebook and Twitter hogging the limelight. Facebook wins the popularity contest with nearly 8 times more friends than LinkedIn and Twitter just keeps getting mentions in the newspaper’s society pages. If LinkedIn had a personality, you would maybe say that it was quiet, professional and quite private. How you use social media is dependent on what you are trying to achieve (goals) and who you want to meet (target audience) and if you want to make serious professional contacts for B2B then LinkedIn is the place to hang out.
Yes, Facebook connects us with the people in our lives.
Facebook has overhauled its Pages Insights analytics tool and added a new metric to gauge the health of a page: "People Talking About." That statistic, which users will see on Pages below the total number of "Likes," will be one of four tracked by Pages Insights. The idea is that users will understand a Page with a high People Talking About rating is one that has compelling content.
Google+ is rapidly evolving. If you’re looking for easy ways to improve your knowledge and experience with this hot new social network, keep reading. The fast-paced development of Google+ has become a force to be reckoned with. Social media marketers and community managers will undoubtedly feel the pressure to keep up. In this post, I’ll share 20 tips and resources to help you keep learning about Google+ and ways to enhance your user experience.