Another fantastic guide by Moz –
The Beginner’s Guide to Social Media
You can download the PDF from their site here >
Or you can download my copy here >>
The new Conversation Prism has been released.
Developed in 2008 by Brian Solis, The Conversation Prism is a visual map of the social media landscape. It’s an ongoing study in digital ethnography that tracks dominant and promising social networks and organizes them by how they’re used in everyday life.
See more at: http://www.conversationprism.com
Here’s twitter resource for learning about how to use twitter for marketing. Check it out @:
If you ever have to manage the production of Social Media this will social media image sizing cheat sheet will save you a lot of time: The Ultimate Complete Final Social Media Sizing Cheat Sheet by Lunametrics…. Well worth making a note of. You can view the original posting here. It also includes a great table of the production spec too (which is good for briefing).
Quite liked this infographic showing the different ways to promote a blog post. It was created by launchgrowjoy.com.
Research & Development platforms
Marketing, Design & Idea platforms
Collective Intelligence & Prediction platforms
HR & Freelancers platforms
Open innovation software
Intermediary open innovation services
Product Ideas crowdsourcing
Branding & Design crowdsourcing
I’ve taken this article from http://blog.hootsuite.com/ for reference. It’s a step by step guide to syndicating your RSS feeds into other social media platforms.
Once you set up an RSS feed in HootSuite, you have the ability to take an RSS feed from any site and update it to your social network accounts automatically. Not only will this save you time, and effort, but will also make your social network accounts a hotspot for the latest news.
Follow the steps below to set up an RSS feed in HootSuite.
I’ve copied this article from http://help.hootsuite.com for reference when setting up RSS news feed to Hootsuite.
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1. From the launch menu on the left, select the gear (Settings) icon.
Alternatively, you can click Cancel to quit this process.
Here’s a excel spreadsheet for uploading tweets in bulk using hootsuite. It’s created by Smart Little Kid.
Download the this spreadsheet here and fill in the table. There are trouble shooting notes on the second tab.
Note: you may need to enable macros in excel. (Excel start menu > excel options > Trust Center > Trust Center settings > Macros).
All you need to do is:
Step 1) Download the utility
Step 2) Enable macros to run
Step 3) Enter date/times, tweets, URLs
Step 4) Click the “Export” button in the spreadsheet
Step 5) Use the CSV files on your desktop as input files for HootSuite Bulk Schedule
You can find more detailed instructions here on how to upload to the hootsuite bulk schedule system: http://www.hootsuitebulkupload.com/instructions.html
Nice Infographic from Salesforce detailing there view of the perfect Facebook Post.
The original article can be seen here: