Posts Tagged ‘SEO’

In Keeping With Tradition – Here Are My Recommended Posts & Articles for This Week (So Far). Enjoy! And Feel Free To Suggest Others in the Comments!

The Most Interesting Man in the World: How to Blend Traditional, Online and Social Media Tactics Into One Cohesive Campaign (Identity PR)

Avoid Twitter Disasters (PC Mag)

The Day Facebook Changed Forever: Messages to Become Public By Default (Read Write Web)

Dear People Who Game Twitter For Followers: It’s Over (Tremendous News)

Did Habitat Use Iran Conflict to Attract Twitterers? (AdAge)

Tim Burton’s Beautiful Reboot of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ (Fast Company)

Blogging: the long and short of it (Guardian)

10 Twitter Best Practices for Brands (Mashable)

Chris Anderson, Elizabeth Hasselbeck Both Accused of Plagiarism (BNET)

Retweeting: ‘Followers’ look to ‘leaders’ as social networks grow (CNN)

5 tips for brand marketing on Twitter (Freshbooks)

A Shameless Defense of Journalism (New York Times)

When Does a Social Media Policy Go Too Far? Ask the Associated Press (Mashable)

The Best Kept Secret of Facebook Fan Pages (Social Media Today)

Social Media Advertising: Does It Work… or Doesn’t It? (Marketing Profs)

Is augmented reality a mobile killer app? (eConsultancy)

When Consumers Help, Ads Are Free (New York Times)

Web TV You’ll Need to Pay to See: Time Warner, Comcast Roll Out “Authentication.” Who Else Is In? (All Things Digital)

Facebook movie pinning down director, cast (CNET)

Arrested Development Movie – Examiner.com

What Bing, Twitter, and Facebook Mean for SEO (WebProNews)

Wired editor mired in controversy over parallels between book and Wikipedia (Guardian)

Dear Fast Feeders, Please Keep Your Meat Away From the Ladies (AdAge) [2 Girls 1 Sub All Over Again!]

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So…like many of you other Twitterholics, I keep the site open throughout the day to stay apprised of the industry goingson and other important happenings. Of course, if I were to read every article that looked interesting, I’d never get any work done, so I’ve taken it upon myself to aggregate them, for myself as much as for you, dear readers, so that we may revisit the ones we missed, obviating the need to keep 53 tabs open in one browser (it was chrome, it’s my record to date, and it crashed the computer…no surprise there).

On that note…have a looksee, enjoy, and feel free to let me know if you think I’m leaving any out!

Don’t Feed The JournalistsLAF

Top 5 Reasons B2B PR Practitioners Should Embrace Social Media (Paige HoldenSocially Creative)

Bringing Balance to Blogging and TweetingAri Herzog

Twitter Waffles About Why @Replies Were Dumbed DownTechcrunch

7 Questions Some Brands Are Asking About TwitterJeremiah Owyang

HarperCollins Wants to Be Your Friend – New York Observer

The Worst Thing About PRDavid Mullen

PR Man’s Bhuna BloomerMedia Monkey Blog

The Journalist’s Guide to Twitter – Mashable

After Early Hype, Pepsi Goes Slow on Global Rollout of New Logo – Adage

As Storefronts Become Vacant, Ads Arrive – New York Times

Mobile Marketing: Is ‘App-vertising’ the Answer? – Adage

How To Be Better At Media RelationsJosh Sternberg

Advertising, Social Media SkillsEdward Boches

Cloudy day: Google, Gmail sucking wind or down; Packets lost in key cities – ZDNET

RNA world easier to make – Nature

SEO, Social Media SkillsJason Keith

10 tips for social media marketers – Ragan

Adult Attention Disorder: The ‘Splittering’ of Communications – ZDNet

Donut Hamburger introduced in Japan: The end of the universe is near.