Social Media

Twitterfeed: An Old New Tool

Posted by on Jan 20, 2012 in Social Media | Comments Off on Twitterfeed: An Old New Tool

Twitterfeed: An Old New Tool

Some thoughts on using Twitterfeed to enable easy posting of RSS content across various social media sites. Includes a brief description of features and capabilities

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My Dessicated Blog

Posted by on Apr 29, 2010 in Social Media | Comments Off on My Dessicated Blog

I can now speak from experience about how much work goes into a blog when I speak with my clients and recommend that they have one.

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Posterous Learning

Posted by on Feb 8, 2010 in Social Media | Comments Off on Posterous Learning

Each post went out to the world and landed in my twitter stream, my FaceBook page and on another blog that I've connected to Posterous. Posterous didn't send the same link, or even overwrite the old post, but rather created a separate entry for each post, on the site, and the various other channels I've attached to the Posterous account. So, the lesson I've learned, if posting to Posterous, via the web interface is to turn off your announcements...

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Returning to the Agora

Posted by on Aug 19, 2009 in Social Media | 2 comments

In this world of social media (really in any world) it's all about engagement: with people, their ideas, their points of view, opinions, photos, work, trials and triumphs. Marketers have been striving for decades to engage customers to sell clients' stuff. The name of the game hasn't really changed, the tools have, and the communication channels have ...

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Posterous, A New Favorite

Posted by on Jun 26, 2009 in Social Media, Technology | 2 comments

When I talk to my clients about social media strategies and tactics I always mention Posterous when I notice them calculating the time it will take to update their various outposts.

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