There are some 500 million tweets sent every single day. As you can imagine, that is a considerable amount of noise coming from their 320 million active users. With its foundation firmly rooted in 140 characters, it can be a real challenge to effectively reach your audience on Twitter and more importantly, move them to engage with your content. Crafting the perfect tweet is truly an art, and these three tips will help you break through the noise.
This post is a part if Think Kit, a community blogging project. Today's (lifeline) prompt: Doodle Up. Scour your notebooks and share some random doodles. I took the prompt a step further - here are some of the (scientific) reasons why doodling is so great.
At a certain point, a brand’s social accounts can go from informative to annoying. It is a fine line, but there is a distinction between awareness and annoyance. While this will generally vary from market to market, I’m here walk through three of the most popular platforms and talk about how businesses can keep followers engaged without the irritation of too many posts.
Creative blocks are a real problem facing many musicians, authors, artists, and yes, even bloggers. The age old question remains, how can you jump start your creativity? As long as there has been innovative thinking, there has been this mental hurdle. Here are five different methods for overcoming your creative block.