Social Media

Playing with Content Curation Tool, Scoop.It

January 19, 2014

Some years ago, I heard about “content curation.” Content curation is the thoughtful collection, gathering, and publication of content from different sources, around a specific topic. I think most of us who are using Twitter, Facebook, and other social networking sites are already curating content. My tweets on Twitter and posts on my Facebook timeline […]

Read the full article →

3 Reasons to Love Buffer for Business (And 3 Reasons Not To)

January 7, 2014

Buffer is one of those apps I use every single working day. Coupled with Feedly, Buffer is why I seem to be “everywhere all the time,” even when I’m asleep or on vacation. It’s an app that lets you schedule posts to different social networking accounts from a single dashboard. When you find online content […]

Read the full article →

How to Improve Your Twitter Marketing with Hashtags

July 24, 2012

If you’re a Twitter user, you probably use hashtags regularly — and most likely take them for granted. A hashtag is most commonly used for one of two reasons: to find tweets about specific topics to keep track of a discussion or tweet chat about a topic, which is given a unique hashtag But did […]

Read the full article →

2011 Holiday Gift-Giving Guide for Savvy Entrepreneurs

November 23, 2011

Take the pressure and guessing out of your holiday shopping. Use this gift-giving guide to help you pick a gift that any savvy entrepreneur would love to receive this Christmas. In this guide, you’ll see a variety of gifts ranging from books to gadgets, covering any budget. And while you’re shopping for your loved ones, […]

Read the full article →

What Does It Really Mean To Engage in Social Media?

September 14, 2011

There’s plenty of talk about the need to “engage” in and through social media. But what does it really mean to engage? Does it mean following, friending or circling back every person who does the same to you? Does it mean thanking every person who RTs, +1s, likes or shares your updates? Does it mean […]

Read the full article →