What are some of your favorite social media tools? Check out this week’s #FridayFinds for a link to a great recap article of the 2013 Social Media Success Summit where forty four social media experts shared their expertise and favorite tools. Also, do you understand Google’s TOS (terms of service) as they pertain to the use of your name and image in advertisements? You may be surprised what the default setting is. Then, to round out this week’s shares, we’ll take a look at WordPress themes that suite specific niche targets.
Are you looking for a marketing strategy for your E-Book? Did you see the viral video about overusing hashtags or would you like to learn more on how to effectively use them? Did you hear about the training that Google is offering on Google Analytics or get a chance to read Kristi Hines’ article on KissMetrics about referral paths (in Google Analytics)? Learn more about all of these in this week’s #FridayFinds series.
Did you know that a poorly designed website that causes “faulty redirects” and “smartphone-only” errors could potentially hurt you when it comes to where Google places your website in the search engine results? Are you aware of the recent changes to Facebook contests that could make it easier for you to run a contest or special promotion? Are you interested in what your Facebook EdgeRank is? Find out more about these topics and check out an article that highlights 7 impressive mobile website designs in this week’s #FridayFinds.
This week’s post in the Friday Finds series highlights: the new LinkedIn features for beefing up your profile, techniques that can get your site flagged as spam and another look at Google’s commenting system. As always, I’ve chosen posts that add value and also have healthy discussions going on in the comment sections. I hope you find them as valuable as I have.
This week’s #FridayFinds showcases 11 website redesigns that are sure to inspire you, a Matt Cutts’ video on linking, common mistakes made on Google+ and highlights of an interview with Dan Roth, executive editor of LinkedIn. I’ve also included a link to a free virtual presentation from PRWeek.com showcasing presentations from Pizza Hut, General Motors and the public relations firm Weber Shandwick.
This post is part of the weekly series, Friday Finds, featuring news that you may find both valuable and interesting. Today, we’re going to revisit the importance of Google+ after the Penguin 2.0 update, get some common sense tips on using Twitter, view a video that builds a strong case for teaching coding in our schools and get a peek at how to view the recent algorithm changes with a healthy perspective.