Two years ago I read a post that blew me away. The secret recipe for Twitter retweets based data, analysis and action. I have been a huge fan of Hubspot's Dan Zarrella ever since he published The Science of ReTweets. Dan is the social media research scientist. He crunches vast amounts of usage information and delivers
The advertising and online marketing world will gather next week at AdTech 2011 in New York. Three days of engaging speaking sessions, tchotchkes and giveaways from exhibits, and many meet-and-greet party opportunities. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to attend this year (maybe in San Francisco in 2012). But here are 5
LinkedIn has the greatest online impact on your personal professional brand. For your professional image, LinkedIn is more important than any website, even Facebook, Twitter, Google+, your blog, any social network… any website. The only thing better is you, in person. How can that be? Facebook is the #2 highest traffic
If you are launching a new website or even just want to track the daily tasks of maintaining an existing site, then you want to have a simple checklist and daily tracker. Here is a spreadsheet that I use when starting work on a new website. It is also the same sheet that I use every day as a daily tracker for BobAngus.com.
Demo 08 was held this week in Palm Desert, CA. For those that do not know about DEMO, it is the high powered gathering where startups can demo to venture capitalists, press, and other influential technology elite. Since my fortunes are used for mundane things like a mortgage and not angel funding, I simply watched the
Woo hoo! We made it to the weekend. Have a great time this weekend and, if weather permitting, I highly recommend getting away from your computer. Personally, I am attempting to break out of my current running plateau by making a big push and seeing where it takes me. If you are not lucky enough to break free from the
More on Twitter Sam Harrelson mentions my Twitter post in his daily Affiliate Fortune Cookie podcast and provides some great insight on how he uses Twitter as a communication tool. My takeaway from his recommendations are that Twitter spam and self-promoting broadcasts are the same unwanted communication as the