Social Media Tools

Cara Pring
12
Sep

7 Ways Marketers Can Leverage Topsy Pro

Posted by | No Tags | Social Media Tools

Twitter analytics: there are so many options out there – some of which I’ve critiqued in a previous article Staying […]

Read More
Ryan Vet
12
Jul

Sprout Social – Intuitive and Affordable Social Media Management Tool for Small Brands

Posted by | No Tags | Social Media Tools

New tools are constantly being developed for social media management. Their goals are the same: to help you be a […]

Read More
02
Mar

10 APIs for Social Media Marketing Campaigns

Posted by | No Tags | Social Media Tools

API is probably a word that you’ve heard before, but unless you’re a developer or work directly with web technology, then you probably don’t know very much about it. API stands for application programming interface. What is that? Put simply it is a way for developers to access services and resources from other pieces of software.

Read More
14
Sep

20 Top Social Media Marketing Tools for Musicians

Posted by | No Tags | Social Media Tools

A few weeks ago I saw a great info graphic detailing the New Marketing Trifecta: Social, Email, and Mobile. After looking it over I wondered how this could apply to musicians and what tools they could be using to help them achieve the best results in this new era.

Read More
Brian Chappell
11
Jun

13 Social Media Marketing Firefox Addons You Should Be Using

Posted by | No Tags | Social Media Tools

Social Media Marketing can be a very tedious task, and thoroughly time consuming. Firefox addons are a great way to help supplement the exhausting nature of the medium. Just recently Firefox released what it calls “collections”. Collections are groups of add-ons that are submitted by users. There are lots of neat features like the ability to subscribe to someones collections, as well as the ability to easily download and share new addons with friends.

Read More
07
Jan

5 Ways TweetBacks Can Make Your Blog More Social — and More Viral

Posted by | No Tags | Social Media Tools

The following is a guest post from Dan Zarrella @DanZarrella.com A few days ago I released the first implementation of TweetBacks . The concept behind this is to port the idea of trackbacks to Twitter; that is, display a list of Tweets linking to your blog right underneath your post (either above or below your comments).

Read More
Jim Tobin
17
Dec

Content Aggregation as a Social Media Marketing Tool

Posted by | No Tags | Social Media Tools

I’ve believed for a while that content aggregation can be a great way to add value in the social media marketing space, but I hadn’t had a chance to personally work on an example of how that could work in the real world until Michael Brito and the crew at Intel asked us to work on a particular project.

Read More
25
Sep

5 Social Media Tools for Great Writing

Posted by | No Tags | Social Media Tools

I decided to put a hold on the next installment of my series Using Social Media Marketing to Promote Yourself as a Brand to bring you something a little less involved, but hopefully useful nonetheless. I do a lot of writing, (though not as much as I should) and when I do, I am always impressed at how using social media tools is entirely beneficial. The list caters to bloggers, but hopefully there are some things here you can use to help in your creative writing, too.

Read More
25
Aug

4 Social Media Tools for Travel

Posted by | No Tags | Social Media Tools

Last week, I drove 3000 miles in 3 days—from upstate South Carolina to Northern California. During the trip I used a number of social media tools to share my trip progress. From twittering mini-location updates and interesting factoids about Route 66 to sharing images on Flickr, because of social media, this trip was different than many of the trips I’ve taken in the past.

Read More
02
Jul

Why Social Media Tools are Effective at Developing Brand Evangelists

Posted by | No Tags | Social Media Tools

A co-worker was raving the other day because several hours after he wrote a post online about a problem with a Google product, a Google Product Manager sent him an email. Regardless of when and how the problem is fixed, my co-worker was thrilled to know that someone was listening and was now aware of the problem.

Read More