Social media remains one of the most efficient ways for leaders to get heard and make a difference. What’s not efficient for most is the management of their social media presence. Many leaders try overcoming this problem by bringing outside resources to bear. They might involve existing teammates, hire new employees, or contract with someone […]
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Never thought about using Twitter.com as your social media dashboard? In this guest post by Leo Widrich, co-founder of Buffer, he shares four reasons you might reconsider.
Twitter is one of the key tools in my platform toolbox. Here’s the strategy and tools I use to maximize my impact and minimize my effort.
You can’t build a platform today without engaging in social media. But who has the time? Here are the software tools I use to minimize my investment and maximize my effectiveness.
Here are the programs that I launch automatically when I turn on my Mac. What about you? What programs do you launch in the background and in the foreground?
You can take a long URL like this: http://michaelhyatt.com/do-you-make-these-10-mistakes-when-you-blog.html And shorten it to this: http://bit.ly/cFoSHe HootSuite —the Twitter software program I use to manage my Twitter account—has it’s own built-in URL shortener: ow.ly . … When I signed up for HootSuite’s vanity URL, I got a really obscure email that said: Please ask your network administrator to point your vanity domain’s DNS record to the following address: lb1.ow.ly Maybe it’s because I am technologically challenged, but I could not figure out what to do with this.