Here are my Top 10 tweets from this past week, great for retweeting! If you missed these, follow me on Twitter.
Facebook finally will give us the ability to reply to Comments. What took so long?
Facebook is preparing to roll out a new feature on Pages and popular Profiles that will help increase interactions with fans and readers.
How to write interesting copy for a boring topic.
If you’re lamenting how “boring” the niche you’re writing in is, take heart … you can make it interesting to the right audience.
Are You Over-Optimizing Your Anchor Text? 5 Strategies to Natural Link Profiles.
Create a Natural Link Profile. Old SEO paradigms used to say if you linked to a page about hedge trimmers, then you should use a number of content-oriented sources that link back to the page via the anchor text “hedge trimmers.”
How to leverage Twitter’s Vine app for B2B content marketing. [Great PR ideas.] Users can record motion and sound clips from their iOS phones and upload the newly created video via the app to share on Twitter or the Vine environment itself. Each video can be tagged with keywords and hashtags, and users can like and comment your post, similar to other video-sharing sites.
Washington Post looks for a blogger for Style section to write 12 times a day. Any takers?
The Washington Post’s arts and living section, Style, is looking for a blogger, an internal announcement reads. Whoever lands this position may want to invest in a serious coffee machine!
How to customize your Facebook page, for free.
Give Facebook a near-complete makeover by using the free Social Fixer add-on for Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and other browsers not named Internet Explorer. Read this article by Dennis O’Reilly on CNET.
Need radio publicity? More tips to make hosts love you.
When you’re a guest on a radio show, take charge of your own media. Find a way to record the segment, whether it’s with video or just audio. Producers are busy and sometimes don’t have the time to send you audio on request.
Health Care PR & Marketers: Ragan accepting entries for awards competition. 21 categories.
Want to tell us how great your hospital or health care agency’s PR and marcoms are? Of course you do. And we want to give you the recognition you deserve! It’s time for Ragan’s 2013 Health Care PR and Marketing Awards. These awards celebrate advancements in health care marketing and your imagination and innovation as a communicator.
QR codes are history! Paper has gone digital.
As Springspotter reports, the Japanese newspaper Tokyo Shimbun has launched the AR News app, which enables kids to scan articles with their smartphones and reveal more kid-friendly versions of current affairs.
4 ways to use press releases for publicity.
One of the most confusing parts of a small business owner’s marketing plan is the press release. While virtually all entrepreneurs understand that marketing and publicity are essential to business success, how and when to write a press release is baffling.