Twitter Roundup: The Last Hurrah
Folks, today marks the final edition of the Resonance Twitter Roundup. Back when I started this weekly post, I did so as my attempt at a do-it-yourself content curation vehicle. Since then, curation has exploded into the mainstream, and there are much more efficient ways to share the best content out there than in a weekly copy-and-paste blog post.
That said, if you'd like to keep up with what I'm reading, enjoying, and sharing, you can:
Check out our Twitter highlights from the week of March 18:
If you happened to miss our blog post and podcast episode from this week, you can find them here:
- Great explanation of Copywriting v. Web Content, plus Why Keyword Stuffing Doesn't Work: su.pr/1Roo2z via @Content_Money #seo
- Video Content: 6 Easy Ways to Use #Vine for Marketing su.pr/25onI6 by @MarkSherbin via @CMIContent
- The Cutting Edge of #B2B Content Marketing su.pr/2KsrFz via @velocitytweets
- Top 10 Content Marketing Strategy Mistakes and How to Correct Them (Pt 2 of 3) su.pr/1xPily by @tommyismyname via @MarketingProfs
- The Marketing Playbook is Broken: Why People Hate Marketers and How This Can Change su.pr/1IuGNB via @techvibes
- 26 Ways to Use Visuals in Your Social Media Marketing su.pr/8n335d by @dhemley via @smexaminer
And of course, the Content Marketing Podcast is also available on iTunes for your downloading pleasure!
See you on the other side, folks!
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About the Author
A self-described "marketing nerd," Rachel Parker, Owner and Chief Content Strategist of Resonance, works with businesses of all sizes to help them meet the challenge of connecting with today's hard-to-reach customer.
Rachel has made Resonance the "one stop shop" for companies looking to get more out of their content marketing efforts. She's also a sought-after speaker and has presented to many of Houston's major business and marketing organizations. Contact Rachel about speaking to your group or business.