Every week I upload about 25 links to check out on twitter.com. Here’s a list of the most clicked links from last week as measured by budurl.com, which claims to have the best stats of any URL shortener.
My time-saving secret?
1. Open budurl.com to shrink and track URL stats.
2. Open socialoomph.com, formerly tweetlater, to enter and schedule twitter updates.
3. Browse and search for relevant articles, keep each possibility open in its own browser window.
4. Select articles to share.
5. Copy the URL into Budurl.com.
6. Paste the URL into SocialOomph.
7. Add text to fill up to 120 characters – leave room to retweet.
8. Schedule tweet.
9. Track readership and retweets to see what your audience is interested in.
Twitter Traffic-Top @wiredprworks’ 5 Most Clicked Links for the week of September 28
SOHO Magazine October Cover with Barbara Rozgonyi
Barb Rozgonyi has consulted for organizations as large as Sears, Roebuck & Co. as well as founded her own, CoryWest Media, LLC. Her natural ability and experience in her field qualify her as no other than an “Industry Maven.” Thanks to CD and to everyone who tweeted about the cover story – watch for a post to come.
Blogger Relations is a two-way stree by Tamar Weinberg on PR2.0.
Blogger outreach does not need to take a significant chunk of time and can translate to long-lasting relationships that can really benefit your business or your clients. Search for blogs via paid tools such as Radian6, TruPulse, and Trackur. If you are going down the free route, use Google Blog Search, Technorati, and blogrolls to find relevant blogs. BuzzStream is a brilliant new tool that lets you gather contact names and addresses and chart your history of communications with each individual blogger. The process of doing outreach does not have to be so difficult and can be easily managed.
Various Breaking, Popular, Technology Media Outlets on Twitter by Sarah Evans
Sarah used TweeplML to post this list. TweeplML lets you gather and share a list of twitter connections.
Get Quoted: Media Interview Success Podcast with Di Chapman
Di covered many topics, including how to raise your status.
Status: Appearing in the media immediately gives you “expert” status. It’s true for print media, radio and television, and of course, now in blogs and other online avenues of expression. Humans are quick to believe what they see and hear, especially in the more traditional media.
10 Twitter Tools for Business Users
Coming from TechRepublic.com, this post lists a few new tools. Here’s one that will help you track conversations for only $20 a year.
If you’ve ever used Google Alerts, you’ll understand Tweetscan. It scans Twitter for your keywords and sends you a daily or weekly email of all instances where your keywords were used. This can be especially helpful for tracking brands. However, the service is not free. It costs $20/year.
What do you think of this new feature? Would like to see the entire list of 20 or so articles or is top five enough?