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10 Free Twitter Tools To Keep You Swinging Through The Social Marketing Jungle

10 Free Twitter Tools To Keep You Swinging Through The Social Marketing Jungle
What is Indiana Jones without his whip? A sweaty man with a hat who probably fell down a hole. We don’t need more of those, he probably wouldn’t be a great archaeologist either. His tools help him do a variety of tasks that no man or woman could do alone. Likewise, any marketer would tear their hair out if they tried to manually do all that was needed to fully optimize their social media channels. We’ve searched high and low to find you free Twitter tools, or ones that have a free option, that can seriously streamline the time you spend on social media: 1. Twitter’s very own customizable platform that gives you an easy view of your notifications, messages, lists, hashtags and activity across multiple profiles. 2. The second screen experience is one of Twitter’s most exciting uses, turning a solitary activity into a global one and offering perfect marketing opportunities. 3. 4. The average American spends 3.2 hours a day on Social Media. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. iTrended *Bonus* SocialBro Free Related:  marketing 3

The Psychology Of Making It Big On Twitter Psychology answers a lot of questions – the kind that laboratory science often cannot. It explores and dissects why we, humans, behave the way we behave, what we do and the things we think and believe. The results are, more often than not, fascinating. Twitter, too, needs no introduction, at least to readers of this blog. With Twitter being social, a mini virtual universe of us humans – and, therefore, just as susceptible to the laws and findings of psychology, we thought we’d tell you how to use the latter to your advantage. We’ve taken five commonly accepted psychological findings and analyzed their application to your twitter account. 1. Related Resources from B2C» Free Webcast: Four Ways To Improve Your Content Marketing Maturity Let’s go about six decades back to the 1950s. This prompted him to study his own acceptance of change and found he too took 21 days to adapt to change and form new habits. 21 days, thus became the commonly accepted count for new habit adoptions. 2. Or this.

The Science of Instagram When I’m speaking at a conference, one of the most common questions I’m asked is what do I think the future of social media is. I’m not great at distant future predicting, but I do believe the story of the present and near-future of social media is visual content. From the impact of images and video on Facebook and Twitter to the new crop of media-centric social platforms like Instagram and Pinterest, it’s clear that inbound marketers need to be turning out great visual content. I recently spent some time collecting a large Instagram database and analyzing it to identify the characteristics that make images work (or not work). Be sure to come see me present my all new edition of The Science of Social Media next week in Boston at INBOUND.

Guía de Social Media para principiantes; Social para Dummies 90 Flares Twitter 37 Facebook 33 Google+ 16 LinkedIn 3 inShare5 Buffer 1 90 Flares × Guía de Social Media para principiantes y novatos Las Redes Sociales han revolucionado la forma de comunicación y marketing que conocíamos y utilizábamos hasta hace unos pocos años. Antes se optaba más por una comunicación unidireccional y mantenida en el tiempo, pero ahora esta comunicación es bidireccional y casi en tiempo real, por tanto es muy importante conocer bien este nuevo medio pero a veces no sabemos por dónde empezar. Para facilitar el proceso, he decidido crear esta Guía de Social Media para principiantes o novatos que utilizan las Redes Sociales de manera personal, pero que están pensando dar el salto a lo profesional. ¿Cuánto tiempo necesito para dejar de ser principiante en el Social Media? No existe una fórmula mágica y el tiempo que necesitarás para abandonar la vitola de “novato” irá en función de las horas diarias que le dediquemos a la formación: 2.- Estrategia de Social Media 1. a. b.

Guía útil para tratar con un troll de Internet Los trolls no son un fenómeno reciente en Internet. Todo lo contrario. Han estado presentes envenenando los foros desde hace años. Con la proliferación de las redes sociales como Facebook y Twitter, esta especie ha visto aumentado su número considerablemente, centrando su foco en estos canales que, cada vez con más asiduidad, utilizan las empresas para dar a conocer sus servicios o interactuar con su comunidad. A día de hoy, a los trolls no se les considera un gran problema, apelando al excesivo recelo de las marcas a los comentarios desfavorables. 1. En ocasiones, es más fácil decirlo que hacerlo pero es la mejor manera de acabar con tu sufrimiento. 2. El propósito principal de un troll es perturbar la felicidad de cualquier comunidad que se precie. 3. Esta es una de las tácticas más populares para disuadir a un troll. 4. Un blog o foro abierto es el perfecto caldo de cultivo para trolls hambrientos de sembrar la frustración y el malestar. 5. 6.

Visual Content Marketing Strategy eBook #CMWorld TED Talk Takeaways: 8 Ways to Hook Your Audience “You will live 7.5 minutes longer than you would have otherwise, just because you watched this talk.” This was the claim that video game designer Jane McGonigal presented to the crowd during her June 2012 TED talk. As the camera panned over the members of the audience, their faces showed universal skepticism: Was this lady serious? There was something else interesting about that crowd. Despite their doubtful visages, everyone in the audience was drawn in by McGonigal’s words. No one was checking their email, talking to their neighbor or looking at the camera circling in front of them; all eyes were fixated on the (potentially crazy) speaker. Great hooks, like McGonigal’s provocative opening statement, get audiences on the edge of their seats and give them a sense of what’s coming. Starting your presentation in an unorthodox way provides your audience with a much-needed breath of fresh air. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. READ MORE: How to Make a Presentation Stick Photo: Neyro/Shutterstock

Bursting Negative Bubbles: 7 Ways To Turn Bad Feedback Into Good Social Media “*YOUR NAME HERE* IS THE WORST IN THE WORLD!!!!!” Is what they have said about you. “WHY DO YOU EVEN BOTHER!!!!” Is how they have reacted to your product launch. “HOW ‘BOUT NO!!!!!” Is how they have responded to your meticulously planned and painstakingly created marketing efforts. Should you be scared? Before You Start… Hold on, don’t start penning a witty counter or grovelling apology until you’ve had a think about what sort of negative post it is. Done that? 1. We all mess up. 2. You know what’s useless? 3. This approach shows that you’re willing to go over the top to please your customers. 4. Are you finding that a problem or complaint is continually arising? Maybe a customer has publicly had a bad experience. 5. The customer is always right, unless they’re acting like a total moron in the eyes of the rest of your audience. In 2012, Bodyform received this complaint on their Facebook page. 6. 7. Registro y Autenticación In "Guía de Usuario"

23 Tools and Resources to Create Images for Social Media Update – we launched Pablo a new tool to create beautiful images for your social media posts in under 30 seconds You can use Pablo right from the get-go, no need to login or create an account. Just quickly create amazing images super fast. You can try out the first version of Pablo right now – no login required. We’d love to hear your thoughts about Pablo on Twitter, just hit us up @buffer and hope it makes creating images for your social media posts much easier for you. Ok, back to the blogpost! Through experimentation and iteration, we’ve found that including images when sharing to social media increases engagement across the board—more clicks, reshares, replies, and favorites. Using images in social media posts is well worth trying with your profiles. As a small business owner or a one-person marketing team, is this something you can pull off by yourself? At Buffer, we create all the images for our blogposts and social media sharing without any outside design help. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8.

An Introvert's Guide to Networking Every week, I get invited to another “must attend” business event sure to be full of important people who could affect my business. I know I should go, but it’s a chore. All too often, I end up standing in a corner clinging to the one person I know, feeling guilty that I’m not taking advantage of the situation. Recently, I attended a business women’s networking breakfast, held in a large warehouse near the waterfront. What next? I suspect that many of us struggle at these events, but few admit it. That’s me. But I recognize the importance of this type of activity, so I stick to it — primarily because a few chance encounters at events have led to relationships that have made all the difference in my business. Have short conversations with lots of people. I find it difficult to form deep connections at events. Focus on what you’re good at. Although I find large informal groups a challenge, I know that I perform well in formal presentation settings or one-on-one conversations.

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