Mastering Social Media: What Should my Students Be Reading?

Mastering Social Media: What Should my Students Be Reading?

Here is the list of suggested readings for my students. Do you have an interesting post you think they should know about?  Please send via e-mail, tweet or as a comment here.

Thank you!

Tips and Tricks

10 Social Media Failures (and How to Avoid Them)
Email Copy That Converts: 5 Tips for Success from
6 Social Media And Search Articles You Missed When Life Was Just Too Hectic
The Latest Reason to Blog for Business & How to Master It
10 tips for B2B Twitter success
The Hunt for Social Business Value
6 Reasons Why You Will Fail at Blogging
8 Steps to Building a Strong and Fulfilling Blog
*A Complete Guide to Finding a Job on Facebook
20 Blogs and Twitter Accounts Every Entrepreneur Should Follow
Twitter marketing 101
Improve Your Profile: 5 Rules for LinkedIn Recommendations
How to Create More Engagement on Twitter
How to Write a Great Blog Post in Just 15 Minutes
The 3 Worst Ways to Use Social Media to Grow Your Business (And What You Should Do Instead)
Five of the All-Time Biggest Blogging Questions Answered

Analytics

10 Awesome Twitter Analytics and Visualization Tools
Staying Afloat in The Sea of Twitter Analytics
49 Social Media Management and Influence Measurement Tools
6 tools to measure your personal branding efforts

Case Studies & Analysis

Instagram emerges from Sandy a major social media player
Twitter Driving Most Online Conversations About Fortune Global 100 Brands
Facebook is the top social media marketing site, followed distantly by Twitter
75 Essential Social Media Resources You Need To Get Ahead
Are Your Facebook Fans People or Bots?
The Events in Libya: Using Reporting and Multimedia to Understand News
How Social Tools Can Help Your Company Avoid Strategic Failure
How Twitter is Reinventing Collaboration Among Educators

Infograhics

The Rise Of Content 4.0

Daniel W. Rasmus

Daniel W. Rasmus, Founder and Principal Analyst of Serious Insights, is an internationally recognized speaker on the future of work and education. He is the author of several books, including Listening to the Future and Management by Design.

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