The correct netiquette on Twitter is to place the hashtag at the end of the tweet. Just so you know!
LOL, great article that finally puts some meat on the bones of the numeric reality behind claims by the great and good Internet marketing gurus etc abut their ginormous Twitter following, and the influence that they therefore wield. Not!
Now this is one neat tool for anyone wanting to monitor certain terms on Twitter. Tweetbeep markets itself as Google alerts for Twitter, and it sure seems to be! You may want to keep an eye open for mentions of your Twitter name (although Tweetdeck and similar software also provide this functionality) or look for…
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Nonprofit organisations may benefit from a new social media-focused hub.
Teens are using search engine marketing techniques and the internet to start their own businesses from home.
Seth Godin has recently posted twice on the subject of the “middle of the market”. His first post Fast In, Fast Out obviously started a train of thought and triggered the second about The Paradox of the Middle of the Market. Whilst Seth is mainly talking about product development and then marketing that to the…