Developing Killer Blog Content – Step 1

muckrack.com – Cuts through the clutter of Twitter to see what journalists are saying about any topic. Search journalists by name, beat, title, tweets or even by articles they link to. ImageFoller.me – is a Twitter analytics application that gives you rich insights about any public Twitter profile. They analyze the tweet’s contents and tell you about topics usage in form of “tag clouds” so that you can easily understand which words were the most popular.Image

Follwerwonk.com – Compare your social graph to competitors, friends, or industry leaders.

Technorati.com – Real-time search for user-generated media (including weblogs) by tag or keyword. Also provides popularity indexes.

Blog Pulse – As a blog search engine, BlogPulse can be used to do a search of just blog posts. Bloggers can ensure their posts are being indexed and find out how they rank against other bloggers. Public relations or media relations practitioners can use BlogPulse to learn about the buzz around any brand or company they represent. It is also an effective resarch to find out what trends people are paying attention to.

 Alltop – All the top headlines from popular topics around the webImage

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Why I’m Starting A Blog

I’m starting to create proper content on this blog regarding online marketing and thought I’d start by summarizing some of the best content I was exposed to at the Online Marketing Summit 2012, in San Diego.

 My objective for this blog is to establish thought leadership, share relevant news and demonstrate my online marketing expertise to be seen as an industry expert.

I am planning on writing a blog post each day on a subject that I feel is relevant and to promote this blog through twitter and other social media channels.

Thanks for looking at this, I appreciate it!

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Will Hanrahan

 

Will Hanrahan

Hello world!

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