In Part 1 we looked at some of the main questions concerning people it comes to mixing business with pleasure on social media sites, such as: how much personal information should you share?
I came across this very interesting post on using Twitter for research. I’m always being asked about the ways companies can use Twitter and one of the ways I suggest is by:
1. tracking and listening to what your public is saying and
2. listening to what the competition is saying
So here is an even more practical example for businesses, courtesy of…
Getting regular comments on your blog is hard work. When it comes to blogging, persistence, passion and patience will keep you going until the comments start coming. In the meantime it helps to know why people may not comment on your blog.
Chris Brogan’s recent post No Comment, acknowledged the very real discouragement you can feel when you’re blogging away with seemingly nothing (meaning comments) to show for it. If you haven’t already read the post, go and check it out. The comments in particular are revealing. They show just how deeply disappointing it can be not getting comments. It can hurt. So what can you do about it? Here are some things I did.