Best Practices – Tips on Social Networking; Cutting Through the Smoke and Mirrors.

Social Media Best Practices

Cut through the smoke and mirrors.

I seem to be getting many organizations asking me to talk on the issue of using social media for business. As a result, I have been collecting articles, so I can try to impart the wisdom of others upon the neophytes. In many ways, as the social media ecosystem continues to grow and mature, we are all neophytes. I have tried to learn from what others have said. I have occasionally found their wisdom too obscure or irrelevant for my purposes, but have found some gems along the way. This page is devoted to starting a formal catalogue of the ones I have found to be most useful or insightful, in hopes of helping others find their way.

There is so much “wisdom” and so little time, as they say, that I’d like some help building this list. If you have a favorite piece you would like to recommend for others to read in order to find their way down the path to more a useful social media experience, please add your comments. I will add the best to this list and keep this going as long as I can.

Social Media Practices, in General

 

Social Media for Business

 

Blogging

 

Facebook

 

LinkedIn

 

Twitter

 

Filtering and Accelerating Social Media Monitoring

 

Monitoring

2 Comments »

  1. […] an updated and extended version of this post, click here or on the link under “Pages” in the upper right hand margin of this blog: Best […]

  2. […] something of a leave of absence from actively posting here. I have been periodically updating the best practices page, but other than starting several articles I’ve not yet finished, I’ve not been actively […]


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