User experience is important, but so is the effort the blogger puts into his personal space while sharing knowledge, emotions and opinions. Keeping the user on your website and giving him the opportunity to stay focused and read more than just one post is not an easy thing. And this is why I wanted to segment my points of sharing by topics (Digital, Photography and Bulgarian posts) in three separate pages. I think that this approach to Information Architecture on my blog offers a better reading experience for my audience, new and returning visitor.
Since we live in times when social media is not only a buzz word, but also a way to show to the world that your hip and that you are happy to connect, I thought it will be good to share a thought or two on the topic.
Picking up the channels you will use to share and engage with the public is probably the most important part of your plan. You should spend enough time on research and analysis and start from – who would you need to reach, where these people are and what is the general tone of the campaigns.
Twitter is a very dynamic social network. Just imagine how many people can not get everything they want to say within 140 characters and you will get the picture. This particular social network just hit the 20Bn tweets, while it was only 15Bn two months ago (According to Mashable.com). So while there are gazillion tweets out there, I’ve decided to share some of the Twitter related services that I am using:
If you plan to start a blog , or you have a small business that you wanted to take online using WordPress.org as CMS (Content Management System), this post is for you. Naturally, every site has its why, what and how. Here, I will focus on the how and more specifically on the back-end of your online presence. These back-end solutions will make your life easier, speed up publishing process, search engine indexing and word-of-mouth marketing through social networks status publishing.