How Facebook Hashtags Work

When I first heard that Facebook was enabling live hashtags on their site, I was surprised. Not that the move had been taken (Twitter hashtags have been around since 2007!), but that it had taken so long to do it. After all, services like Flickr and Instagram have had them for ages, and Twitter remains Facebook’s main competitor. People like hashtags, and they should have been utilized for the largest social networking site a long time ago. Continue reading

5 Ways to Repackage Content Into Media

There is a trick to managing content that a lot of people don’t know: repackaging it. You can take those blog posts or articles and turn them into something new and exciting, converting the format into other forms of media for wider appeal. Just making a single piece of content can be re-used several times, and then re-shared again to capture the attention of a whole new audience. Continue reading

5 Useful Cheatsheets for Twitter Users

When it comes to Twitter, everyone is addicted. Twitter is everywhere: It’s my first source of news; It is a great way to reach out to micro-celebrities and niche influencers; It connects people through hashtags

For those who want to make their use of Twitter more efficient, it can help to have a cheatsheet. Here are five of them to keep on hand. Continue reading