Posts Tagged with "twitter"

How College Athletics Can Use Social Media to its Advantage

Friday, October 1st, 2010

Professional athletes like Shaquille O’Neal have long understood the positive externalities associated with developing a presence on social media as a direct means of interacting with fans. Although no college player is likely to accrue the three million-plus fans of @THE_REAL_SHAQ, Twitter and social media as a whole have been a real boon to college […]

Hootsuite Does it Again!

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

Back in November we blogged about Hootsuite’s Facelift: adding multiple new features such as management of Facebook profiles, MySpace profiles, WordPress blogs, and even LinkedIn. Today, Hootsuite has upgraded their Twitter platform yet again, and integrated many features that users (like myself) are super happy about. Twitter rolled out their solution to multi-tweeters a few […]

Simple Social Media Marketing Tactics Amplify Your Brands Voice

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

  Why are the most simple concepts usually the most "successful" at drawing traffic on social media platforms? Simple marketing ideas like giving away free stuff, betting users to take action, and support a cause are just a couple examples. Using these social media marketing tactics can prove beneficial to your brand, if after asking […]

Poetry Contest: Ode to SEO

Monday, February 1st, 2010

  It’s official: today is the first day of our Ode to SEO scholarship contest! Students currently enrolled in high school, college, or grad school have an opportunity to win a $1,000 scholarship OR a new iPad! The new iPad was recently announced and the Internet is buzzing about this computer tablet. Simply write a catchy and interesting […]

What Do You Think of Google Real Time Search?

Thursday, December 10th, 2009

Just to bring us all up to speed, Google Real Time Search launched last week and also announced partnerships with Facebook and MySpace. According to an article by Danny Sullivan, Google’s pulling in real time information from a variety of sources, including Twitter, Google News, Google Blog Search, FriendFeed, Jaiku, and others. Of course, all […]