Over the past few months there were quite a few guestposts I wrote for several reputable Social Media sites.
I thought summing them up for you in a concise way here might be a good resource to check on some of them.
Thankfully they all received very good exposure and feedback from readers. So hopefully some of them will be useful for you too:
This post talks about which goals you are setting yourself on Twitter. Are you here to get more followers? More Clicks? More sales? Or are these not quite the best objectives to build your Twitter strategy one? I reflected on which behaviours helped me to both realize and state goals clearly to work with them.
With this one I tried to point you towards some actionable practices you can start doing right away. The title describes it well, as those are tips on getting your conversations started in a hassle free way.
The post on Social Media Examiner talked about how you can best organize and gather a following around your Twitter account. Doing this both efficiently and smartly so your network has an impact when it grows was my main goal to outline.
Nicholas kindly invited me over to his blog to share a few practices you can use to make the most of Twitter via one simple technique: Noticing others. Buffer’s feature to highlight quotes in texts and making these your tweets came in handy.
This was an exciting post to write as it is a very controversial topic. Should you schedule tweets? Or even automate the process completely via RSS tweeting apps? The post centers around staying personal and focuses on which things might work and which won’t.
One of the most recent posts is on Gini Dietrich’s Spinsucks blog. This is some easy going and straight forward advice on how to spice up your tweets with a few simple strategies. They are supposed to offer you a chance to get more exposure through providing fresh and unique content.
This is a post giving more advice on which steps you can take to write tweets in a unique and personal manner to get a wider reach. Putting more “You” in your tweets is mostly subject of this post.
This is a post written for the UberGlobal blog focusing mostly on tips for small and medium sized businesses. If you can’t spend a considerable amount of resources on your twitter efforts here are a few basic tips you can consider.
Here is one, where I had the chance to guestpost for a large designblog on various up and coming Twitter tools. It is a concise list focusing on help with various Twitter efforts containing everything from analytics to more engagement.
Finally, there is a startup tip post I wrote for Aaron Lee. It gives you an insight on how I go about approaching bloggers. In case you are building your own product or service, take a look, there might be a few handy tips in there for you too.
Ok, that’s it. Since these are amongst the most reshared posts I ever wrote, I thought having them in one place might be helpful.
Do you like any of these? Or are there a few great Twitter Tip posts you recently read? Please share them with me below.