The LA Web Professionals Group is a great organization that meets every month to “network and learn from LA’s hottest web designers and Internet marketing experts.”
On January 14th, I gave a presentation entitled “Social Media Marketing for 2013.” I had a fantastic time and the crowd was awesome.
I was planning to put a list of the links I shared into a Google+ update. But when I tried this, Google+ said I violated their “Policies & Principles.”
I find this extremely hilarious because this just emphasized what I talked about last night. One of the most important things about social media platforms is that you are only renting space. And in one second, you can be kicked out.
Google+ doesn’t want my update? I have a website with its own blog.
The other most important thing: Never put anything on a social media platform that you would have a problem with it appearing on the evening news.
Here are the links that I shared at the presentation:
Google on your personal Google+ profile: http://goo.gl/DkLLe
Google on your Google+ page: http://goo.gl/XVzzB
Facebook’s “we mean it” rules for your Facebook Page cover image: http://on.fb.me/ZQOYua
Pick up the Pinterest bookmarklet to easily pin things (like your blog posts): https://pinterest.com/about/goodies/#pinmarklet
Social media management tool for small business: http://hootsuite.com/
http://bit.ly to create shortened URLs (free but stats are public)
http://budurl.com to create shortened URLs (pay but stats are private)
http://unfurlr.com to see the full URL of a shortened URL
Nancy Sims: Copyright Librarian at the University of Minnesota JD/MLS http://twitter.com/CopyrightLibn
Read these: http://bit.ly/JQQ4m1 http://bit.ly/I1XBL1
Rebecca Tushnet, law professor at Georgetown University Law Center http://twitter.com/rtushnet