In my weekend list, I give you the best of the best from everything I’ve shared on Twitter and Facebook over the past week.
This is the content I’ve scoured from across cyberspace I think is worth spending time with to properly absorb.
In this week’s episode, I share important changes coming up on Facebook, as well as techniques for managing your time and boosting your potential.
Here’s what I’ll be soaking up this weekend.
Images are great for engaging your audience – especially if they include text that’s relevant to your brand. Yet Facebook says:
“User sentiment research shows that emotions triggered by images of real people, real situations, and real objects, are more lasting and compelling than those with words or text.”
So they’re changing the rules on what you can do with images. This post explains all.
Facebook is trialling a new timeline design on user pages. But what does that mean for your brand? Adam Rosenberg of socialfresh investigates.
Most blogs flop less than three months after launch. Find out why – and what you can do to ensure your blog lives and thrives.
Could life be passing you by while you watch on from the sidelines? This article waves the red warning flags you must look out for, and gives ABC-simple steps for getting on track.
If you struggle with time management, you’ll also like this Forbes article on how to prioritize your to do list.
Teens don’t care much for Twitter. Or Instagram. And they prefer Tumblr to Facebook. Surprised? Read more here.
Bonus Reading Material: Still catching up on social media’s image revolution? Amy Porterfield gives you killer image strategies to skyrocket your Facebook engagement.
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