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Saturday, March 7, 2009

Digest This... How To Use Twitter As A Twool; 10 Ways To Increase Your Twitter Followers, and 6 Ways To Make Web2.0 Work!!!

Digest This... How To Use Twitter As A Twool; 10 Ways To Increase Your Twitter Followers, and 6 Ways To Make Web2.0 Work!!!

This should definitely keep all you up at for the next few nights ;) These visual demonstrations were dug up by myself and fellow networker Sameer Fadnavis (a Social Media Manager at Telezent). I would watch them in the exact order that they are listed. These demos really put everything into perspective, and cover some of the details that I am currently writing about in my book.  I feel that it is important to share as much valuable, "FREE" information as possible to help everyone leverage these Web 2.0 technologies. In turn, it will help "DRIVE" Business in this down economy, build brand loyality and better customer service to both B2C & B2B (this list extends much further, but I thought it would be better to walk first).  ***Feel free to add me to your network here on LinkedIn, and be sure to follow me on Twitter @aaron116  Enjoy & Good Luck!!!  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  1.) How To Use Twitter As A Twool  http://vizedu.com/2008/12/how-to-use-twitter-as-a-twool/  2.) 10 Ways To Increase Your Twitter Followers  http://vizedu.com/2009/02/10-ways-to-increase-your-twitter-followers/  3.) 6 Ways To Make Web2.0 Work:  http://vizedu.com/2009/03/6-ways-to-make-web2-work/  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  Best regards,  Aaron Friedman  Email: aaron116@ comcast.net  Direct: (856) 816-5261  Fax: (888) 843-0189  Web Portfolio: http://www.mycareerhighlights.com/aaronfriedman  Blog: http://livefromnj.com  LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/aaron116  Twitter: http://twitter.com/aaron116

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  1. Roshanna EVANS

    Roshanna EVANS

    Creative Director at RavenRose Films

    Thanks, Aaron, lots of great info, much appreciated.

    Posted 7 hours ago | Reply Privately

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Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Help A Reporter Out (HARO)

THE FIVE RULES OF HARO

The FIVE RULES OF HARO. Keep them as a sign upon thy hands.

1) You will get three emails a day, M-F, with reporter queries from reporters and outlets from all over the world. Scan the emails, and if you’re knowledgeable about any of the topics, answer the reporter directly. 2) Don’t SPAM reporters with off-topic pitches in response to their queries. 3) You MAY forward queries to friends, but DO NOT post them on blogs or anywhere on the web. 4) You’re not allowed to harvest the reporter email addresses in the HARO emails for any reason. 5) Be excellent to each other.

Violating any of the above rules is punishable by any of the following: An email, a warning, being banned from the list, and in extreme cases, being “outed” to the over 33,000 36,00049,000 members of the list. HARO works on mutual trust and support. Don’t violate that.

That’s it. Don’t say you never saw them.

Any others you think should be on there? Leave them in the comments.

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