Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “twitter”
Curate Informational Twitter Content Quickly
I find the Twitter Web GUI very slow and noisy when trying to find content to curate or learn from. I use ChatterScan instead. This post I show ChatterScan vs the Twitter GUI.
Multi Line Tweets for the Win
Taking advantage of a Twitter tactic I have noticed more people using - multi line tweets.
Free Online Text To Image Tool
A description of our Text To Image tool, for easily creating images for Instagram, Twitter and other social media sites.
SEO Twitter Profile Tactics
Any site that has a search facility, we should treat as a search engine, and identify how we can use it effectively for SEO.
I recently performed an analysis of Twitter for my Software Consultancy business to improve how I rank and match in Twitter search for keywords related to my business.
I didn’t put much stock in my Twitter profile description for SEO, but a few small experiments convinced me that I needed to do more. The tactics I used are explained in this post.
How to create and use TweetStorms to increase engagement on Twitter
I’ve been experimenting with TweetStorms on Twitter and it seems like a particularly effective way to get more engagement.
Reply and Retweet with value on Twitter
Twitter is still one of the easiest places to use a content curation strategy to grow your network.
You can use replies and retweets to attract the attention of influencers and grow your network.
How not to market with influencers
This case study is a lessons learned from watching someone else market their webinar.
And it is a negative lesson, i.e. how not to engage with influencers.
The basic lesson for me (since this post became quite long) was “look at the marketing that you respond positively to and mirror that, look at the marketing that you respond negatively to, and avoid that”.
Change your pinned tweet
I had neglected my pinned tweet until someone mentioned that I “hadn’t tweeted in a while”. I had. But I hadn’t changed my pinned tweet.
Multi-site publishing with StoryChief and static websites
Pushing content to multiple platforms is a real pain. What software can help with that?
I’m currently experimenting with StoryChief
Use Favourite HashTags and Searches with the Free Twitter Client Chatterscan
In this post I provide an overview of the Favourite HashTags and Searches functionaity of the ChatterScan free Twitter Client. This allows you to easily curate content for your niche and find new people to follow.
Read Your Twitter Feed Faster with the Free Twitter Client Chatterscan
In this post I provide an overview of the ChatterScan free Twitter Client which can filter your feed and lists to make reading Twitter faster to find valuable content to curate from people that you follow.
I was spending too long on Twitter, so I wrote my own Twitter Client
I was spending too long on Twitter with my consultancy account, trying to find posts of value that I could retweet and learn from.
I needed a Twitter client that was focused on value. I could not find one. So I wrote one.
How to migrate from Storify to Twitter Moments
Choose a Cover When You Post a Video To Instagram
One thing I wish I had learned earlier with Instagram is how to control the thumbnail of the videos I upload to Instagram.
Free Video Included In This Post
Vary Your HashTags To Extend Your Content Reach
Vary your hashtags periodically.
If you keep using the same hashtags you might find that your reach growth stalls.
Some Hugo Static Web Site Generator Tips
I use a static site generator HuGo for Talotics.com.
This is an ongoing collection of tips, to remind me of amendments I’ve made when working with HuGo.
PromoRepublic Social Media Creation and Scheduling Software Review
For my consultancy site I’ve been using Buffer to schedule content in advance. For this site and associated social media accounts I’ve been experimenting with PromoRepublic. In this post I’ll outline the differences and specifically some of the features I prefer in PromoRepublic.
Use RIOT to compress and convert image files
Many people do not optimise their images for online publishing which can make their sites slow to load and doesn’t help you attract people on mobile devices, slower connections, or who have to pay per MB for their connection. On MS Windows, I use RIOT to convert and compress my images.
Recommended Tools for Social Media work - Part 1
I’ve started up a tools page on the site, but thought I’d document the first tranche of tools that I use regularly when creating and promoting content.
Add links into your Twitter profile
Have you looked through your “Following” or “Followers” list recently?
If you do then you’ll see how some people are taking advantage of features in the profile description:
- URLs are clickable
- Hashtags are clickable links
- ‘@username’ are clickable links
Online Animated Gif creation using ezgif
I’ve never managed to get the snagit “convert to animated gif” feature to work well for me.
Every Platform is a Micro Blogging Platform
People often associate a ‘blog post’ with blogs, and nothing else.
We need to get in the habit of looking at the features of each platform and considering them as content placeholders. By doing this, every platform becomes a micro blog post platform.