Tools for Tuesday; Hootsuite

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Why settle for being a rockstar on one social network when you can amp multiple platforms all at once? Please give me 5 minutes of your life… Here’s what posts added via the autoschedule feature look like in the publishing queue. You can click the image to enlarge… Related articles Hootsuite Professional Review ( Why [...]

A problem with search…

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When I’m not doing ‘internet plumbing’ — website development and social media optimization — I’m working on the problem of getting found in what Google calls the ‘Zero Moment of Truth’. The big issue I’m trying to solve my clients and myself is “when people are searching for what I do will they find me”? [...]

How to easily include images in your posts…

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I coach a lot of people on how to use WordPress effectively for ‘thought leadership’ marketing. One of the most important things to include in every post is a relevant picture. Why? HubSpot says: If you’ve ever read a book with a child, you probably know they find pictures more interesting than words; but are [...]

On having a firm computing foundation…

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One of the greatest things about computing and the internet is the wide variety of “good, fast, and cheap” tools we have for ‘thought leadership‘ marketing. One of the worst things about computing and the internet is that if you are on your own, that means you have to be your own IT [information technology] [...]

Tools for content management; Quotelove

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On Tuesday, I usually focus on tools for content management and marketing for thought leadership. I had just prepared a post on Google Reader tips and tricks when my good friends at Zemanta shared a little tool from their labs they call Quotelove. Quotelove is a nifty tool for curation that allows me to highlight [...]