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This is content we’ve hand picked from across the Internet because it gives us a buzz we know you’ll love too.
In this week’s round-up:
- 10 Social Media Research Strategies to Inject Your Next Blog Post With ‘Roids (Unbounce)
- Twitter and New York Times test feature that lets users tweet highlighted sentences (TNW)
- Can Twitter Make ‘T-Commerce’ a Thing? (Mashable)
Have you ever wondered why some blog posts make you go “wow!” and others leave you feeling “meh…”?
TNW has the answer, and it’s called content enhancement. Truthfully, what they’re suggesting as enhancements are really just what content should be. Their trick is showing you how to find this meaty content on social media.
Meanwhile, over at the New York Times – which we admit is full-to-bursting with meaty content – they’re trialling a new feature that lets you tweet anything you highlight in an article, as you read. If you’d love to do a similar thing on any website, then check out this add on.
Finally, Mashable asks: can Twitter shift products from your shelves? The question’s an important one, because so far, Twitter has proved excellent for building customer relationships, but a poor tool for selling.
This weeks bonus is a little more downbeat. Looking at the dark side of social media, these links investigate whether social networking is really good for our mental health.
That’s all folks. Until next week, keep it buzzing!
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