Tweet-able Lessons from #cmworld 2011 9 seconds. Its the attention span of goldfish—and most of your audience. Know this. (TY @sallyhogshead) Bring your best game to an introduction. It’s your only hope for further access and relationship-building. (TY @sallyhogshead) You, and your content, must be fascinating. How? By tapping into your authentic self, as person or organization. (TY @sallyhogshead) If you’re practicing real-time content marketing, you might be able to leverage paragraph 2 in mainstream news stories. (TY @dmscott) No one should prevent you from…
[I've collected a group of social media tools helpful for content marketers. Here are two new discoveries that extend Twitter.]
Attention, local friends: In May I’ll be teaching again. Join me for an introductory social media class and/or classes focused exclusively on Facebook and Twitter basics. Community members are welcome to join the class by registering with Staunton Parks and Recreation.
Guest blogger Claire Jarrett discusses growing social media use in Britain and the U.S.
“Clean water” is really a widget in a discussion about the connection between data organization and management (content strategy) and its communication objectives (content marketing).
An article about building your own rain barrel, featured in “Flavor Magazine”.
An excerpt from a recent article, “Contain Yourself: The Simple Art of Growing Edible Plants in Pots” for “Edible Blue Ridge” magazine.
My Top 10 Twitter topics… what are yours?
Class: Twitter for Small Business – Absolute Beginners