Twitter is rolling out their new redesign as we speak and since I am not one of those fortunate people who is experiencing the change already on my main Twitter accounts I started a new one to check it out.
I just finished reading an article in Advertising Age, How to Tell If Your Campaign Has Reached a Social Media Flashpoint, that recounted some of the more vocal outrage moments on Twitter that have caused companies to put crises management programs in place. Some of these moments include the recent Ragu debacle and the Pampers Dry Max episode that saw a few thousand moms express rage against P&G over their new diapers.
From the Wall Street Journal: Twitter definitely had a trick up its sleeve once Twittad registered “tweet” as its own registered mark. Now “tweet” belongs to Twitter and rightfully so. See what transpired. Twitter Will Get “Tweet” Trademark, Settles Lawsuit. advertisement // Jennifer JamesJennifer James is the founder and editor of Mom Blog magazine and the Mom Bloggers Club Network, a global social network of over 19,000 mom/mum bloggers. Jennifer is also the founder of Mom Bloggers for Social Good, an international coalition of 1000+ mothers who care about the world’s most pressing issues and use social media and blogging for good. Jennifer has been featured by Fast Company, NPR, Forbes, CNN, Parenting, and ABC…
Twitter continues to be the go-to social network to find and contribute to news as it happens. Did you rely on Twitter to get the latest information when news broke last night about Osama bin Laden’s death?
How do you use Twitter to make improvements on your blog? I use it to determine what content best resonates with Mom Blog magazine readers. And companies use it to get an early look at how well products and brands will fare among consumers.
I’ll admit it: I’m a Twitterholic. I need to be able to send tweets while on the go. There are plenty of ways to do this, but one of my favorite tools is TweetDeck.
There is a saying in the blog world: “If you write it, they will come.” Well, this is not entirely true. If you don’t promote your posts, you may just be the only one reading them. But how do you promote? Hopefully you are not enduring the painstaking process of manually posting each and every link to all of your posts on Twitter, then Facebook, and then Google Buzz.
Long gone are the days when travelers had to wait weeks just to put together a bulky photo album of their most recent travels. Now memories can be made and shared in an instant with these social media tools.
We have had a wonderful time partnering with The Talk this holiday season. Read another reason we love CBS’s new talk show for moms.
There are several different ways to go about using your Twitter account and how you engage others is entirely up to you.