WordPress In-Depth Article Markup Plugin

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NOTICE!!! A small bug in the plugin has now been fixed and a new version was uploaded to WordPress. If you previously installed the plugin, please check your plugin dashboard for an update notice.   We’re pleased to announce the availability of our FREE WordPress In-Depth Article markup plugin! Our In-Depth Articles Generator plugin, once […]

How to Create a Flipboard Magazine

Flipboard Magazines by Mark Traphagen

A Flipboard Magazine Is Content Curation Made Beautiful When I was a kid I loved that my parents subscribed to lots of magazines. Life, Look, National Geographic…whenever a new one arrived I loved nothing better than to flip through their beautiful photos, and once I learned to read, their articles became my best classroom for […]

Mobile Apps and Engagement

Tom Rouilliard at Internet Summit

Coverage of the Mobile Apps and Engagement session on Nov 8, 2012 at the Internet Summit featuring Mobile Apps and Engagement featuring Andrew Hooge from Fitsistant, Jake Dolce from JumpTap and Alex Kutsishin from FiddleFly.

How Facebook Is Silencing 57% of Your Fans

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UPDATE: Facebook has now introduced an update for all mobile apps that includes a share button for posts from others in your news feed. Late to the game, but the problem described below is no longer a problem Imagine that your team is in the Big Game. It’s all on the line. The Championship is […]

How to Share to Google Plus from Safari for iPad or iPhone

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If you’re a regular Google+ user and also often on your mobile iOS device, it can be frustrating to try to share a page you’re browsing to your Google Plus circles. Here’s a solution using Java script in a Safari for iOS bookmark, shared with me by Peter du Toit. Step 1 – Copy the […]

Monday Morning Quarterback #9 (Inbound Marketing News)

A weekly roundup of the most interesting and useful posts and articles on search / inbound marketing from the past week.  Social Media & Content Marketing Google+ Live Hangouts on Air Now Available to All - Tech pundits disagree sharply on whether or not Google+ is a success or failure (so far), but one thing almost […]

Twitter Tool Buffer Adds Twylah Power Tweets

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Two of my favorite Twitter tools have just been combined. This may be the best thing since someone eating a chocolate bar crashed into someone scooping out of a Jiff jar and bang! Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! Twylah does way more than I can describe here, but basically it picks up your personal Twitter trends (tweets […]

iPad/iPhone Reader App Zite Adds Sharing to Google+

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One of my most-used iOS apps, Zite, just added the ability to share content directly to Google+. Zite uses your own feeds (from Google Reader and your social media networks) combined with content surfaced by other Zite users to auto-curate the best web content in topic areas you select. It presents it in an attractive, […]

Rapportive Makes Gmail Social

Rapportive example

Rapportive is a browser extension that displays your social web connections in your Gmail inbox. After adding the Rapportive browser extension (currently available for Firefox, Safari, Mailplane and Chrome), opening any email in Gmail will display information similar to the example at right in the right-hand margin of the inbox. Rapportive displays (as available), the […]

5 Reasons Why Facebook 3.0 for iPhone Is Better Than We Think

Facebook’s long-awaited total makeover of it’s extremely popular yet notoriously horrible iPhone app finally arrived in the app store yesterday. By all accounts I’ve seen, everyone’s thrilled with it. Finally, it just works. The new interface resets the bar for how a social media app for a smart phone should work. After staying up way […]

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