I hope you enjoy the variety of posts in this week’s Social Media Weekly Roundup.
Maintaining Blog Traffic On Days You Don’t Post from The SITS Girls: “We all know the highest traffic to your blog comes when you publish a post. Makes sense. Now unless you are a full-time blogger (I’m envious of you), not all of us can post five days a week. So what do you do on the days you don’t blog? How are you maintaining blog traffic?”
6 Steps To Writing Captivating Blog Post Intros Every Time from Adam Connell: “What do you do when your million-dollar blog post idea strikes? You scramble to your computer, giddy with excitement, and type as fast as your little fingers are capable. If there were competitions for typing, you’d be taking home the gold.”
Peter Drucker: How to (Actually) Manage Your Time: “Many consider Peter Drucker the most influential thinker in the history of management. His prolific writings — over 30 books — have gone on to sell millions of copies and inspire young managers all over the world. That’s great. But what if you’re not a manager?”
The News Feed is Outdated: How Stories Changed the Way I Think About Social Media from Buffer: “Right now, the standards we expect on the web are being re-written for mobile. The rise of stories across Snapchat, Instagram, Whatsapp, Messenger and Facebook is the perfect example of this. The News Feed is outdated and stories are becoming the default for content consumption.”
How to Immediately Gain Traction on Twitter (and Grow Your Business) from Rebekah Radice: “Today I’m going to share with you 11 ways to immediately gain traction on Twitter and grow a thriving community. Plus, don’t miss my upcoming webinar (invite at the end of this post) where I offer proven tips to grow a solid Twitter following.”
25 of Best #Business #Books in 2016 Recommended Just For You
from Denise Wakeman: “Last year I read an article somewhere (forgot to keep a link) by a woman who tracked all the books she read during the year. If I recall correctly, she had read 165 books in 2015! That’s astounding. And, it inspired me to start a spreadsheet to track the books I read in 2016.”
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