5 For Friday — Links, Stories & Posts For Your Weekend
February 17th, 2012 by
It’s said that brevity is the soul of wit, and nowhere is that more apparent than the mandatory 140-character limit of Twitter messages. Inc.com’s Frank Addante takes you how the confined space can actually help you structure your management style and clarify your goals.
Elections, The Olympics and the End of the World: What’s Next for Social Video — Marketing Pilgrim
With political campaigns being broken on the strength of dislikes alone and views of adorable owls skyrocketing to unprecedented levels, it seems evident that Youtube is here to stay. Get the skinny on what leveraging its inherent shareability can do for your social media presence.
SEO: A Force for Good — Search Engine Watch
While the search engine optimization industry certainly has its monetary side, its ideal functionality is helping search engines discover and rank content in a way that is intelligible and relevant to the user. Check out this foray through the brighter side of optimizing and targeting!
Variety: The Spice of Life, and Your Blog — Small Business SEM
While writing a “home run” post every single time seems great on the outside, it can get wearing on your readers after a while. Check out this article to find out how to mix and edit your blog in order to get the maximum benefit out of your writerly efforts.
Promoting Your Old YouTube Videos — ProNet Advertising
While sharing your videos upon release is important, their productivity never really expires when you follow these easy tips to keep your archives working for you.