An end of year post can be highlights, favorites or posts with the most comments. On a yearly highlights post, one can use favorites from other blogs or one’s own. Gathering most read posts can be done with statistics such as those from Google Analytics.
Ideas for creating and sharing quick images: birthdays, holidays, saying thank you are all opportunities to share and get exposure for your small business or blog.
Ever post on Facebook and have an old paragraph or image show? Did you just edit your blog post ten minutes earlier, but Facebook is not cooperating and you are getting the old text or image instead? Learn to clear with Debugger and set a new Facebook image.
Image file naming suggestions: use hyphen instead of underscore. Consider keywords. Don’t use spaces. Put file sizes at the end. Know of any other file name conventions?
Learn about Central New Jersey social media success stories: Sushiana moving (where?), Highland Park Public Library photos and fun, contests and coffee, Google+ rocks. What businesses are using social media in your area and how?
Find great content on blog or website (you can make use of Google Analytics). Share great content: email lists, social media, make use of sidebar, create attractive boxes.
Create mailing list. Add attractive subscription box to your blog. Set mailing frequency to daily, weekly or a few times a week. Do you have a mailing list? Any mailing list tips to share?
Why social media for small business? How can small biz do social media? In guest post, Scott Huntington brings examples of small biz social media success.
How do you find blog post inspiration? A book becomes a book review; a painting is discussed in detail. The Referral Engine by John Jantsch is reviewed – blogging is one method the author suggests.
In this Feedly Review, learn the advantages of an RSS Reader. Learn Mark as Read. Setting Categories for your blogs. What is RSS? Why use an RSS Reader? Why not just use email subscriptions?