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  • 16 Twitter Tools for Social Media Marketers

    … and blogs, Ian uses Feedly. He explains how to take things a step further by connecting it with Buffer and IFTTT (If This Then That). After you add both your Feedly and Buffer accounts to IFTTT, you can create a recipe that says IF you save an article for later in Feedly, THEN it will be added it to your Buffer queue for sharing to your Twitter…

    Michael Stelzner/ Social Media Examinerin Social Twitter- 45 readers -
  • 10 Social Tools That Modern Real Estate Agents Need

    … connections. 5. LikeAlyzer LikeAlyzer is all about generating value on Facebook by helping you compare your social reach and growth with other similar agents and realtors. Additionally, you can compare your current standing with the largest players in the industry. To get the most out of this tool, don’t forget to review the handy tips and tactics that come…

    Relevancein Social Facebook Twitter- 29 readers -
  • 8 Content Marketing Tools to Try Today

    … or with a whole team, you can collaborate and keep track of all your content (whether it’s just an idea or an actual piece in production) in one spot. Plan out future posts, make to-do lists, keep calendar arrangements and more with just one app. Give it a try and you’ll quickly become a daily user of this no-nonsense tool. 4. Feedly In order to be a great…

    Relevancein Content Facebook- 26 readers -
  • It’s Time to Raise Your RSS Feed From the Dead

    … our RSS feed from the dead using WordPress. Make sure you have post thumbnails enabled on your site and add the necessary tagging so that your articles have a featured image. This is possible with WordPress by using the SB RSS Feed Plus plugin for WordPress. Implement FeedPress so that you can track and measure your feed consumption and click…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 20 readers -
  • Tips and Tools for a Productive Blogging Workflow

    …-changing variety of news reading programs (just because every aggregator has a different collection). Once I find something interesting, I either save and tag it in Pocket or, if I’m at my desk, add links and notes to Scrivener. (You’ll be hearing about Scrivener a lot in this post.) Step 2: Outlining I find it’s best to have an idea of the post…

    Sharon Hurley Hall/ Basic Blog Tipsin Social SEO Google- 20 readers -
  • 6 Steps to Build a Social Listening Dashboard

    … called Facebook (the subtopic) and nest it under Main Social. From now on, any messages that match your filters are automatically archived by label instead of clogging up your Inbox. You can check each label daily to see what’s happening on each of your social profiles. #2: Collect Blog Updates in One Place Feedly is a free RSS reader with social…

    Marcela De Vivo/ Social Media Examiner- 24 readers -
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