Weekly Round-Up | Vol. 84
Social media news
Journo shield laws now cover bloggers and tweeters – The Australian
The expansion of the shield laws is based on the idea that news and media consumption has shifted (surely true) but what this will actually mean….let’s wait and see.
Twitter gets shut out once more, U.S. trademark office won’t grant Jack Dorsey trademark for ‘tweet’ –
NY Daily News
And not because it’s the sound a bird makes.
From the blogs
10 cool Facebook status tips and tricks – Mashable
Learn how to “dislike” something on Facebook, schedule status updates, make them only available to certain friends and turn your text upside down.
80-20 rule of customers – Liz Strauss
No longer do you have to struggle through relationships with clients who pay the bills. Instead, focus on building trust and strengthening positive relationships. Bam!
Facebook messaging – a not so hidden agenda – Dave Peck
Dave’s review on the new Facebook email system. Since most of us won’t see its roll-out for a while, take a sneak peak into what to expect from the new platform.
Reject the tyranny of being picked – pick yourself – Seth Godin
Ever inspiring – Seth is talking about the new success.
No longer do we have to rely on gatekeepers to make us shine – think Tucker Max and Justin Bieber (though perhaps with more class?). Self-made has taken on a whole new meaning.
Why Charlie Sheen matters – David Meerman Scott
David Meerman Scott is #winning. Again.
A nifty little tool to see how your blog or website fares when it comes to your keyword density. Here’s the word cloud I made of Bluewire’s blog.
What were your favourite articles this week?
- Making news – what makes the cut and how you should apply it to your copy – Jun 27, 2011
- Weekly Round-Up | Vol 88 – Jun 24, 2011