A very late Social 6 roundup today, guys. Sorry about that, but iluminage & life beckons. I’m sure you understand. In any case, the news roundup for today is below. This was actually a ridiculously strong day with a bunch of cool stories breaking…I don’t think I’ve spent as long debating who should receive the… Continue reading LinkedIn’s Follow Feature, Truvia, Facebook Gifts, and more: the Social 6 for 10/3/12
Hi guys. If you’re reading this, you may know that I have a book coming out: Going Social: Excite Customers, Generate Buzz, and Energize Your Brand with the Power of Social Media. I’m pretty excited! Even though I’m psyched, I’m always pretty overworked, to be honest. I’d love to find some help on the writing… Continue reading Want to Join Team Going Social? Write for Us!
While we had a few major Apple articles that were shared, commented on, and retweeted yesterday, let’s look at some Apple news – but let’s open our minds to all the other articles you might have missed yesterday, shall we? Here’s what you missed yesterday: 4 Social Media Tools That Never Go Out of Style… Continue reading Apple’s Ping, YouTube, and Coke Highlight Today’s Social 6 News Roundup
As you may know, I’m a voracious reader and tend to share a good deal of news via my social platforms. Here’s a countdown of the top six most important articles I’ve shared in the last day. I curate this top six based on number of retweets, clicks, favorites, and mentions, so you guys are… Continue reading The Social 6: 8/24/12 News Roundup
#6: How the Toilet Paper Entrepreneur Branded Himself Too Well – New York Times (blog) Mike Michalowicz branded himself “The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur” back in 2008, yet now he’s trying to rebrand himself — and social media is pushing back! Very interesting story detailing #1 how to brand yourself, and #2 how to think about social… Continue reading The Social 6: News You Missed Yesterday, 8/23/12 Edition
#6: Internet and Attitude, a Powerful Combination The NY Times Room for Debate typically has some interesting conversations going on, and this piece by Spencer Ackerman of Wired.com isn’t any exception. Nice discussion of Russia’s Pussy Riot controversy, and how social platforms like YouTube and Twitter played major parts in the story. #5: Coca-Cola worried about Ottawa… Continue reading The Social 6: Stories You Missed Yesterday, 8/21/12 edition