Happy Social Media Saturday! Listed below are links to interesting things I found on the web this week: cool tools, great blog articles, memorable Tweets – anything that stuck out to me and I think is worth sharing. I encourage you to check them out for yourself.
Blog Post: Twitter Plans: How to Write a Marketing Plan for Twitter – Should you use Twitter as part of your Marketing Plan? If you’re looking to increase sales, generate leads, or connect with prospects, it seems a no-brainer, right? The problem is if you’re starting out with Twitter it can be hard to see where it compliments your Marketing Plan. The most practical approach is to create a dedicated Twitter Plan in the same way you’d create any marketing plan. Here’s how it works.
Blog Post: How to Blog With Google Plus – I have two ideas for how you can “blog” (sort of) with Google+…
Blog Post: 6 Ways To Avoid Building A Mediocre Blog You Can’t Afford To Miss– Mediocrity is often the result of taking the road of least resistance. You agree?… I’m sure you do. Building successful blogs, strong brands and huge audiences is no walk in the park. This process slaps you in the face with resistance ever step of the way.
But it gets worse. Even though you’ve decided to take on this monster of a task; even though you’ve decided to take the road less traveled by building your internet empire, you may still be getting mediocre results. But why? – Are other successful bloggers smarter than you? That’s highly unlikely…
So, what keeps other successful bloggers from building “just another wordpress blog?” What makes their blogs better? I’ve been thinking about this for months now and I’ve compiled a list of 6 things successful blogs have.
My hopes with this post is to share with you the changes I’ve made and how you can use them, too. Let’s get started.
Tool: Summify – is a service that creates a periodic summary of the most relevant news stories from your social networks, and delivers it by email, web or iPhone.
Have fun checking these out and let me know what you think in the comments section below.