Microblogging Milestone & Affiliate Marketing Word Associations

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Wow… It seems that I’ve grown into a pretty talkative microblogger. Per #wdyjt, I’ve been on Twitter for 1,041 days, and in the course of this time I’ve already tweeted for 15,000 times: It has been a greatly rewarding experience, and I highly recommend microblogging to everyone who loves making connections, educating yourself on an Read More …

Content is King of Twitter (Beating Coupons)

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Marketers (affiliates included) are actively using Social Media (especially Twitter), and, of course, one of the most popular “marketing methods” is the distribution of coupons and special offers through SM channels. Guess what? It doesn’t work as well as you may be thinking! In fact, there’s something that beats coupons and deals on Twitter, and Read More …

Microblogging versus Social Networking: Twitter vs Facebook

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Not too long ago I have blogged about the 17 types of social media marketing channels. Since then Facebook has acquired FriendFeed [more here], which should enhance the real-time social search on Facebook, making things significantly better than they currently are on Twitter Search. Another reason behind it may be the latest trend of “friends” Read More …

Types of Social Media to Use in Marketing

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There is a number of social media channels/types that a company — be it an online-based, or a brick-and-mortar one — can successfully use in their marketing. I could count the following seventeen: Blogging Content aggregation Crowdsourcing Forums Livecasting Microblogging Photosharing Podcasting Presentation sharing Reviews & opinion sites Social bookmarking Social networking Social news Video Read More …

Common Marketing Mistakes While Microblogging & Twittering

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A couple of days ago Rodney @Rumford, author of “Twitter As A Business Tool – Building Your Business 140 Characters At A Time”, has published an excellent piece on the marketing mistakes to avoid on Twitter. I blogged about microblogging as a marketing, affiliate program management, and personal brand management tool not too long ago Read More …