Category Archives: Twitter

10 Ways the Presidential Candidates are Winning on Twitter

Send to KindleThere are less than two months to go until the Iowa caucuses and less than a year until we elect a new president of the United States on November 8, 2016. And while

What I Write about Social Media in 140 Characters or Less

Send to KindleI live and breathe social media. I blog about the subject. I give presentations about it. I help clients with it. And occasionally I write about it in 140 characters or less on

Lessons Learned from 10 Terrific Tweets

Send to KindleThere’s both an art and a science to writing for Twitter. To stand out from the crowd, you want to be creative and clever, but you also need to be smart and strategic

10 Types of Visuals to Boost Your Social Media Engagement

Send to KindleAs a writer by trade, it’s not easy for me to utter these words, but I’m not going to lie: On social media, a picture is worth a thousand words. It’s true. Content

Smile, You’re on Social Media

Send to KindleWhen Ellen DeGeneres pulled together some of Hollywood’s biggest superstars for a group shot at the Oscars this year, it may have been a moment of spontaneous fun, but the resultant tweet of

10 Ways Your Brand Can Stand Out on Twitter

Send to KindleWith over 241 million active users on Twitter, more and more brands are realizing that establishing a presence there is no longer an option. It’s a must. The good news is that it’s

Twitter Guide to Newspapers, Magazines, TV and Radio Stations in the Boston Area

Send to Kindle Okay, native Bostonians — and those of you, like me, who are truly, madly, deeply in love with this wicked cool city — step right up. This guide’s for you. Of course,

The Buzz on Twitter about the 2014 Boston Marathon

Send to KindleIt’s not only the oldest annual marathon in the world, held on the third Monday of April, it’s one of the most popular road races of any distance among runners and spectators alike.

Three Good Reasons to Tag Others in Tweets

Send to Kindle Years ago, before I was to deliver a farewell address at my last meeting as president of an industry trade group, a friend gave me some advice I remember to this day.