This post is about which social media sites I’m currently on and which tools I use for my social media presence. I’m very interested in your view and suggestions about where to be and tools to use. My hardware is a laptop with Windows, an iPhone 3Gs and an iPad 1 (no camera). My blogs […]
I have tested several plugins for social bookmarking but found many of them far too bloated and big. The functions included in Jetpack are too basic, otherwise that would have been a great option since I have Jetpack installed already. I ended up with Digg Digg which has a really nice floating option. It’s set […]
I have installed the TweetMeme Button on this blog. It’s a nice WordPress plugin that is focused, it’s about retweets and nothing else. The plugin shows a button and the number of retweets so far. I used Tweet This before but it had too many features compared to what I want. Update. I have switched […]
Mashable posts that Mashable’s Twitter Guide Book Now Available for Download. It’s sponsored by Adobe so the guide book requires Acrobat 9 or Adobe Reader 9 for viewing. You can read it online at Twitter Guide Book – How To, Tips and Instructions by Mashable which is described as: a one-stop shop for getting up […]
At cnet is a post about New versions of Tweetdeck, Seesmic square off. I use Tweetdeck and there are two new features that I look forward to, synchronization and multiple account support. Synchronization means you do not have to recreate groups and search queries on other computers if you use Tweetdeck on several ones. I […]
Mashable has a great post about 10 Twitter Tools to Organize Your Tweeps. Among the tools mentioned I use TwitterGrader and FriendOrFollow, I found some new ones that I shall take a look at.
TweetMe is a WordPress plugin that creates tweets when you publish a post in your WordPress blog. TweetMe is a simple WordPress Plugin that posts a tweet to Twitter when you publish a blog post. You decide what format the tweet takes by modifying sample string like below. You have access to 2 special tags […]
Mashable has a post about 5 Ways to Share Images on Twitter. Under some of those ways there are several services listed, in all there are about a dozen. In the comments someone mentions SnapTweet that works in combination with Flickr. Personally I am not keen on giving my Twitter password to other services. That […]
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Over at Wishful Thinking is a post called Are You on Twitter (Yet)?, it is an excellent introduction to Twitter. Mark writes “Think of Twitter as a virtual cocktail party.” I see Twitter as my virtual water cooler, slightly different but you get the general idea. Don’t just promote yourself and your business, instead chat […]