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105 Twitter Apps for PR

105 Twitter Apps for PR
Twitter is no longer a little known platform for bloggers to communicate on. These days, even large corporations are realizing something many smaller businesses have known for a while . . . Twitter is a powerful PR tool. Making the site even more useful for public relations and networking are the myriad of third party applications that seem to be multiplying at an exponential rate. Rarely does anyone just use the website . . . now you can tweet from your iPhone, your desktop or even within your browser. These applications are quite valuable for anyone looking to promote their business and if you are in the market for something that will make business and publicity just a bit easier, then this list is for you! Advertising for Cash 1. adCause matches advertisers with publishers (twitter users). 2. When you purchase impressions, your Twitter profile is displayed on the Twitter apps in the network. 3. 4. 5. 6. Business 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Organization, Methods and Management Organization, Methods and Management Orgameth Go to archive Thursday 28 July 2011 10 Ways To Grow Your Twitter Influence « Knowledge Enthusiast How do you grow your influence and measure it on Twitter? That is the question that many companies, organizations and individuals are trying to answer, now more than ever. Edelman has created a popular tool that measures an individual’s importance on Twitter called TweetLevel. Fast & Easy Unfollowing for Twitter Have you asked yourself this? Well you're in luck - ManageFlitter has the answer! Click "Connect to Twitter" below to connect your account. We'll process data on your followers and within a few seconds you'll see the screen below - a list of all the people who have unfollowed you.

The PR Pro's Guide to Twitter The Social PR Guide Series is supported by Mynewsdesk. Our online newsroom makes it easier to exchange news with key influencers, reach top of search engines and automatically update your social media channels. Twitter is an invaluable resource for the public relations industry. Twitter Demographics PEW released an interesting document on twitter demographics along with some other interesting information. For example, did you know that 11% of online adults use twitter or a service like twitter to update their status online? Here are the key stats from the PEW study regarding the demographic of twitter users: 19% of online adults age 18-24 have used twitter or something like it 20% of online adults age 25-34 have used twitter or something like it 10% of online adults age 35-44 “ “ “ “ 5% of online adults age 45-54 “ “ “ “ 4% of online adults age 55-64 “ “ “ “ 2% of online adults 65+ “ “ “ “

Crisis Communication Management Crisis Communication Management General principles that can positively affect your actions and communication in a crisis situation: Bring the situation under control, if possible. Always protect people first and property second. 9 Twitter Search Apps : Better Than Twitter & Google Twitter Search was a red hot topic last week, and will probably continue to heat up as Twitter usage grows beyond tech peeps and early adopters and penetrates the masses via Presidential Twittering, Rick Sanchez (@ricksanchezcnn) of CNN motivating his viewers to Twitter and other timely events like the baseball season, holidays and unfortunate events all result in the wildfire spread of Twittering. Nothing has really caught on online with such a grassroots movement since, well, since Google. Speaking of Google, a lot of last week’s Twitter buzz was Google oriented, with acquisition and search buzz including :

Twitter Marketing Strategy: 5 Steps So you want to succeed with Twitter eh? Before you run off and chase shiny butterflies and little blue birds, take a seat and collect yourself. Then read the following tips on creating a potential Twitter marketing strategy that will help you become more productive and successful using Twitter for business. Social PR: 10 Ways to Do PR Better with Social Media - Search Engine Watch (SEW) Will the new public relations please stand up? Hello, social PR! In a time of social media evolution and revolution, public relations professionals have a unique opportunity to reinvent themselves to ultimately deliver better results. The strategy: using social media-flavored PR to influence the search marketing ecosystem. First, let's look at today's journalist, one of the PR professional's primary targets.

Local Tweets: 9 Ways to Find Twitter Users in Your Town The Twittering Towns series is supported by the Comcast Town Design Showdown. Thousands of people created and submitted their apartments, and the judges have narrowed it down to four finalists. They're all vying for the opportunity to win a prize worth up to $30,000, including a room remodel, 40-inch Sony Bravia® HDTV, a Sony VAIO® AW laptop and a Philips digital phone. Submit your vote today! The number of people visiting and using Twitter has nearly quadrupled over the past few months, and as more people sign up for the hot social networking service, it becomes more useful. Twitter is enabling everything from better customer service to easier job searches, and is being employed for some extraordinary home uses.

50 Power Twitter Tips A while back, I wrote 50 Ideas on Using Twitter for Business. It still gets plenty of attention, as it’s listed as an official resource on the Twitter business resources page (thanks, @ed!). But you know, I can’t leave well enough alone, so here I am with another 50 Power Twitter Tips. Developing a PR Plan For most businesses, the new year is a time for assessment, goal setting and strategic planning. When it comes to PR, this is the time to set objectives and formulate a clear, defined plan that'll help your business achieve optimum results in the media. When planning your PR activities for the year, as a general rule, consider the full year ahead, plan for six months, and expect to revise after three months.