Top 2015 Social Media Predictions – Disruptive Technologies

It's that time of year again when many social media "professionals" publish their predictions for the coming new year. Rarely, but on occasion, there are less than general forecasts that hit the bullseye. More often than not, many of the predicted transformations, platform trajectories and overall suggested industry paths are more or less off base … Continue reading Top 2015 Social Media Predictions – Disruptive Technologies

Inline Social Media Content Editing, Hashtag Adds – Plus 4 More Upgrades

By now it has probably become apparent that Bundle Post has no interest in sitting on our hands with our product development. Continuing to innovate, improve and fine tune the technology is at the core of who we are as a company, while at the same time creating substantial new features like the new Bundlet … Continue reading Inline Social Media Content Editing, Hashtag Adds – Plus 4 More Upgrades

Social Media Content Curation: Introducing Simplified Topical Feed Alerts

Today we are releasing the first version of what we are calling Bundle Feeds. This new alert-like Feed Channel allows you to create new Feed Channels right inside of the Bundle Post system based on keywords or exact phrases, without needing to go out to Bing or other locations to create alert content topics. Our team … Continue reading Social Media Content Curation: Introducing Simplified Topical Feed Alerts

The Most Important Thing A Social Media Agency Can Do For Clients

So you're a social media marketing agency and you are managing account for your clients, and you are wanting to take the results to the next level. You have set up the accounts, are regularly and frequently sharing valuable content in the various streams and are of course engaging and building relationships. Now you may … Continue reading The Most Important Thing A Social Media Agency Can Do For Clients

Google Reader Shutting Down Leaving Huge Curation Gap For Marketers

Yesterday Google announced on the official Google Reader Blog that on July 1, 2013, they will retire Google Reader. Originally announced on the official Google Blog that same day, the excuse given was that usage over the years had declined and that the company is focusing its efforts on other products. As I read and researched … Continue reading Google Reader Shutting Down Leaving Huge Curation Gap For Marketers

How To Leverage Social Media Connections Into Prospects And Customers

Does this ever happen to you? You engage with a prospect quite a bit on social media. You are building a relationship and it's time to tell them about your new product/service, etc. But you forget their name and/or twitter tag.  Or you want to mention someone and can't remember their profile. Sound familiar? The … Continue reading How To Leverage Social Media Connections Into Prospects And Customers

Facebook Does More To Make Google Plus Viable Than Google Ever Could

If you have read my blog for any length of time, you know I am no Google or Google Plus fan. I have repeatedly discussed my views on what can only amount to a failure on Google's part to get in and actually dominate or at least become relevant in the mainstream social space. This opinion is … Continue reading Facebook Does More To Make Google Plus Viable Than Google Ever Could

Images Changing Social Media – Instagram, Facebook And Pinterest

Because we are all human beings in social media and online, with exception of bots, we are all very visual. We have a need to visualize what we read and process the text under the proper context of its meaning. Think about it... We process information primarily visually, then use text to get the deeper … Continue reading Images Changing Social Media – Instagram, Facebook And Pinterest

Pinterest and Facebook Prediction – Don’t Get Comfortable

Pinterest is the latest rage among the avid social media community of enthusiasts and professionals. Many of my colleagues have been pushing out blog posts touting this new social network relentlessly over the past two months, reminiscent of the Google Plus launch. I have found much of it hype and designed to drive traffic to their blog, rather than anything containing substance. … Continue reading Pinterest and Facebook Prediction – Don’t Get Comfortable

A Fish Tale – Be Careful Of Shiny New Social Media Hooks

At the risk of soliciting hate mail and more controversy, I am going to say it. Just because a new social network is the shiny new thing on the block, does not mean you should jump in. Yes, I am referring to the likes of Pinterest and even Google Plus.  There I said it...  Now … Continue reading A Fish Tale – Be Careful Of Shiny New Social Media Hooks