Folk Media Weekly Twitter Updates for 2010-01-24

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  • There is no greater anti-brain environment than the classroom and cubicle. #
  • #followfriday #ff @ericalpin @yclack @justinkownacki @thisisjustin @katyzack @CaseySoftware @tdavidson @vococreative @taylormarek #
  • Looking for your best ideas on email marketing. What is your best advice? #
  • @vococreative Great! Check out for more information! We’ll be in contact with you soon! in reply to vococreative #
  • Do you think you’d make a great guest blogger? If so, we’d like to hear from you! Simply @ reply or DM us for more information. #
  • @vococreative Thanks for your input! All of those are great resources, especially networking and talking with others. in reply to vococreative #
  • @vococreative thanks for the feedback. @mashable is an awesome site with great people. in reply to vococreative #
  • @deeannbell – yes it seems that social media is starting to “take the lead” from traditional outlets when it comes to news & fundraising. #
  • What resources have you used in order to learn more about social media and what it can do for you? #
  • Hootsuite can also post to your LinkedIn and Facebook profiles. #
  • TIP: Knowing that your boss and executives may not be web savvy – steer clear from any jargon (tweet, retweet, DM) in your Twitter plan. #
  • REMEMBER: Add value to people on Twitter by helping them get followers. Don’t expect anything in return. Just be helpful. #
  • Twellow is powerful because it allows you to search user’s bios instead of their content. #
  • A metric is a standard unit of measure generally part of a system of parameters. Twitter metrics include retweets, @mentions and link clicks #


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