4 Fab Links For You

Happy Independence Day to you all!

Thank you to those of you who ‘voted’ in favour of continuing the #100WordsonSaturday. It’s only fair that we continue.

Today, I’m sharing some really useful links I’ve found over the past week. The first one is a simple tip that will help you keep your ideas together. The other three are great for understanding social media better – how and what to share.

4 Fab Links For You

From 99u.com
Why You Should Carry A Notebook With You Everywhere : The first step: Always carry a notebook. If you don’t remember your ideas, you can’t revisit them later. Second: Keep all your ideas together in one notebook. As a creative, it’s tempting to start multiple sketchbooks under different themes or mediums. Try to limit yourself so you don’t have to round up multiple books for your review.

From searchenginejournal.com
12 Tricks for Increasing Community Engagement With Your Brand : Platforms like Facebook and Twitter are naturally social — people are connecting and engaging about topics they love. So how do you, as a brand, tap into that without paying big bucks for it?

With a few simple “tricks” — shared by successful startup founders — you can encourage your community to naturally engage more with your brand on social.

From KimGarst.com
What Do People Love to Share on Social Media? : Imagine if you knew exactly what types of content people loved to share on social media. This would give you an insider’s perspective on exactly how people use social networking sites, and what types of content YOU should share for maximum impact. (Great infographic).

From Buffer.com
25 Actionable Social Media Strategies You Can Implement Today : The full ebook includes 25 social media strategies that we’ve pulled from some of the most popular Buffer blog posts. Each of the 25 is something that we’ve personally tried or currently have on our to-do list. In every case, these are strategies that we greatly recommend trying.(Downloadable e-book).


#100WordsonSaturday 1 August 2015

How does this work?

  • You write a 100 words in response to our prompt/or on any subject and post it on your blog. Remember to include a link back to this post.
  • Then add the link to our linky below.
  • Visit and comment on at least two or as many linked posts as you can.
  • The linky will stay open until the following Friday.
  • You can grab the 100 Words on Saturday badge here.

Today’s prompt:  Today I will………..

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Author: Corinne Rodrigues

Lover of words | Self-acceptance blogger | Instructional designer| Book Reviewer| Blog Coach

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