possess a Limited Span? Try Microblogging

commentspinboard.in https://pinboard.in/u:renaissancechambara/t:social/. The mechanisms for these conversations include a number of mediums – some are communicative, others collaborative and others include multimedia or a combination of all three. Social media can take many forms, but one element that consistently sets all of its incarnations apart from “traditional” media, is that it is produced to be shared. Use an URL shortener to keep the link size to a minimum so that you leave as many of 140 characters available for your message.

I personally use budurl because it is free, it does an excellent job at shortening any kind og URL and, if you register on the site, you can keep track of any link, looking at how many people clicked on it. When the dust settled on July 11, a consortium of companies, led by Apple, Sony and Microsoft ended up buying the Nortel patents, which will probably not lead to a single new innovation or technology.

Quite simply, this was nothing more than “protection” money. The final price was a cool $4.5 billion. What is this new fad called Twitter, and why are so many people talking about it? Twitter is a type of social networking microblogging service in which a subscribed user has 140 characters to say what they have to to the rest of the world. Often referred to as a way of sending a “text message to the world,” Twitter has grown in popularity over the past year to the point where even celebrities are using it.

Additionally, news stations such as Fox and the Today Show regularly mention Twitter in their broadcasts. This new method of marketing is called inbound marketing and does just what it says. It brings customers to you and your business. Places like face book, Twitter and blogging spots are the platform to this new type of business advertising. Don’t just add friends. Interact with them! Send them DM (direct messages) or use the @ – feature by typing @theirusername to reply and message to their Twitter page.

Blogs are more personal than forums, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a meaningful community. You can use a blog to write your own advice column, share tips from other blogs, and invite guest writers to contribute their words of wisdom. At the moment, most professional writers are encouraged by their publishers to create blogs. It seems to be an effective, fast-paced way to connect with readers and other writers, and thanks to free web hosting from sites like WordPress and Blogger, it doesn’t have to cost a lot of money, either.

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