Archive for the ‘Social Networking’ Category
Hey friends. WOW, it’s been a LONG time since I’ve posted here. Sorry to leave you hanging. There has been a lot going on, and frankly, I now have an abundance of sites to create content for. Let this be a lesson to not spread yourself too thin with regard to the number of websites you maintain.
Now to the good stuff. My team and I have put together a social media training program and we are kicking off the soft launch with a FREE social media webinar. This won’t be fluff or hype, but real world training from a team of professionals who have been successfully managing social media for over a decade.
Here are just a few of the social media tips that will be shared on this webinar:
* Use insider secrets to gain faster social media results
* Avoid the most damaging social networking “No-No’s”
* Maximize the amount of time you invest in online networking
* Create a manageable approach
* Leverage free tools to grow your business
* Partner with business professionals to grow even faster
Join us and learn how to MAXIMIZE your results online in a short amount of time. Many people don’t take action because they don’t know the right things to do or what order to do them in. Through this webinar you will walk away with dozens of social media tips you can instantly implement.
Don’t wait, head on over to http://www.SocialSuccessAcademy.com to register.
Hope to see you on the webinar! Feel free to post any questions below.
The reason these features are missing is because they don’t yet exist. Perhaps, someone will correct me and show me that there is a mysterious way to access these features, but I don’t think so. Here are three features that I believe could help make StumbleUpon an even better Social Networking site.
1. IM History. Have you ever sent an article to someone and then not remembered who you sent it to? I would like to be able to see an IM history so that I can see what I have sent to others and what others have sent to me.
2. Ability to Organize Friends by Interest. For example, you may have friends that you connect with on real estate issues, others on marketing issues, and others on babies & pregnancy. Wouldn’t it be great to not only be able to view those friends based on interest, but also to be able to send pages to groups of friends with similar interests instead of having to select each one individually. Some may say it will lead to spam, but if you don’t want to receive recommendations from anyone, you can remove them from your friends list (I’ve done it myself).
3. The Ability To Add More Friends. Why not allow successful stumblers to build their networks beyond 200 friends? It could be based on their activity or the amount of mutual friends that they have, to prevent mass friending which could lead to abuse. I believe that would provide a benefit to the site by allowing top stumblers to have larger mutually beneficial contacts.
Do you agree? Disagree? Are there any features you’d like to see on StumbleUpon?
Here is where you can connect with me on StumbleUpon.