السبت، 28 يونيو 2014
الخميس، 19 يونيو 2014
الثلاثاء، 25 مارس 2014
الأحد، 16 مارس 2014
How to publish on LinkedIn & get Noticed
Enhancing revenue by exploring social media channels ★ Forbes Top 50 Influencer
You've heard it, you've considered it, and yes, it is true: you can indeed publish on LinkedIn. Here's how:
First, look on the "Share an update...". on the right you'll see a paperclip that allows you to attach files such as photos to your status updates. To the left of that you should see a pen. That is your key to the editor.
Don't see it? You wait--they are rolling out the feature to more members but it will take a while to get it out to everyone. Or, if you're interested, your best bet is to .
If you do see the pen, as shown below in the screen shot of my friend, , founder of, click the pen and let's move to the editor.
Once you arrive at the Editor, you have basic controls, are given a "Title" field and an area to "Write your thoughts". The bottom of the simple yet effective Editor offers the options to share on Twitter, Publish, Save and Preview. See below.
But don't stop there. Sharing your article once on Twitter is not enough. Once you publish, use the sharing buttons to share on all your platforms (Twitter, Facebook Profiles and Pages, G+ Profile and Communities, and LinkedIn Status and Page and Groups).
الخميس، 13 مارس 2014
السبت، 8 مارس 2014
الجمعة، 7 مارس 2014
Take the plunge and use #content to connect with your audience on social media. Here's how!
1. Build a Targeted Community.
2. Perform a complete audit of your brand assets to identify unused or underutilized content.
3. Map out your content strategy.
4. Lastly, utilize content that comes from your #SocialCommunity. Listen to your community.
الأربعاء، 5 مارس 2014
word "Keek" comes from Middle English and means a look, especially a quick one
Keek is a free online social networking service that allows its users to upload video status updates, which are called "keeks". Users can post keeks to the keek website using a webcam or via the Keek mobile apps
in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and has around 30 employees. Keek launched in early 2011 to "create a social network that was more authentic and personal. We are committed to delivering the fastest, most engaging social
video experience,” Israeli Canadian CEO Isaac Raichyk said in an interview.