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The Pinterest Time Saver – ViralTag

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Creating a repository for your inspirations, your likes, your imaginations- an idea that inspired many is now a technology in the form of Pinterest. Surrounded by market leaders like Facebook and Twitter, Pinterest has created a niche for itself as the latest paradigm shift. Pinterest is like the visual bulletin board of the web. It helps its users create boards of distinguished categories, marked by capturing images which can be pinned or followed by other users of like interests, on their boards. Launched in March 2010, Pinterest got listed among the top 10 largest Social Networking site with over 11 ... Read More »

RebelMouse: A Revolutionary Way of Storytelling

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What happens when Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Youtube, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumbler, Instagram, Flicker and even your blog and RSS feeds – all gets rolled into one? What you get is a social network of social networks. Before you could wish such a platform really existed, someone already thought of creating it for you. RebelMouse, touted as the social media front page, is one such platform that lets you curate content from all your social media accounts into one page in a single, sleek and smart layout. Many liken it to Pinterest in appearance. I, however, identified it more with Mashable. It, ... Read More »

Who\’s Talking About Your Brand? Social Mention for Beginners

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Ever wish that you had some sort of magical device that let you see what everyone was saying about you behind your back? If you are a curious marketer, then there is a tool which can do just that, and it is far from magic. That tool is Social Mention, a search engine capable of scanning the web and producing results, in real time, of the current buzz on any keyword. Simply type in whatever you want to search, and Social Mention instantly provides you with a detailed analysis of who is talking about your keyword, how often, on what ... Read More »

Jelly: The Instagram for Asking Questions

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Jelly, a new app backed by a clump of sparkly celebrities) including Jack Dorsey, Al Gore and even Bono) is enjoying its 15 minutes of fame. Jelly, launched on January 7th of this year is a crowd-sourced service that has been bombarded with Twitter Followers, broken (mundane) news and earned the participation of the Facebook man himself, Mark Zuckerberg, who used it to determine if the spider found in his shower was deadly or not. Jelly may not be a new concept but it is a pretty one backed my famous people. The app is meant to act as a ... Read More »

Find the Perfect Images for Social Media with Compfight

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“I want to see a picture before I buy what you say” – I have and I am sure even you have said and heard these words before, being the buyer or a seller. Words have been ruling our expressions, but saying ‘IT’ with pictures is what we all do now. Yes! If we want to sell our blog post to our readers or a commercial ad, or a simple Facebook post, we take hours in finding and then link in a perfect picture usually from a search in the Google Images, ignoring the threat of trespassing by the owner. ... Read More »

A Guide to ManageFlitter for Social Marketers

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Analytics plays a major role and is the key to success of any Social Media campaign. It not only helps a brand access its campaign strategy better but also gives valuable inputs on interactions by its followers. If you have been handling Twitter for your clients, chances are that at some point of time you would have experienced a flat graph with little or no activity on the follower front. What could have been the reason? Was it low quality followers or fake followers or both? Fake profiles and inactive users (bots, in technical language) are usually program run profiles ... Read More »

Analyzing Twitter Activity with Twitonomy

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Twitter is a favorite with brands. It is almost always a complimentary companion when it\’s not one’s primary social media Weapon of Mass Communication (WMD…err C). After all, you want to remind people on Twitter that you have posted something on Facebook or LinkedIn or Youtube or Pinterest and they should go check it out. Yet, strangely enough, Twitter’s analytics front has been rather fuzzy. Until recently, Twitter did not have analytics metrics of its own. At least, not a much publicized one. The others have only done a half-baked job of it so far. While, the brands have been ... Read More »

Creating a Content Marketing Plan With Swayy

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With the end of 2013, social media marketing being the chameleon it is has changed color again. And guess what is the latest shade it dons? Content Marketing. A regular marketing tool that was used by almost all brands, has not just come in the spotlight but also become the prime element in determining the success of a brand. Well, at least for 2014, we know Content Marketing is a definitive for success. But what is Content Marketing? Now I know most of you feel it is silly to be asking this, but trust me there are a lot out ... Read More »

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