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On What’s in a Facebook ‘Like’? Not a Lot If You Have to Ask for It

Thanks for the comments!

@ Ipmikov - I'm with you on writing engaging content.  I understand the need for a call to action and maybe if they liked the content in that post they will like other posts and the content would be valuable. Extra push to click the 'like'?! I don't know if people would be influenced by this though or what their engagement would be like with other posts - some observation would be able to give a better indicator.

@jarreau - Good point! I didn't really consider the 'talking about' metric.  It would be interesting to see how many people use that as an indicator of popularity... I was just a bit awestruck about the strategy being to secure more 'likes' but you do make a great point. Thanks    

January 28, 2012    View Comment    

On Why?! Do You Have 'Why' in Your Social Media Plan?

Thanks for all your comments! I love asking people the question 'why' - I does get me into trouble sometimes and it's not really nice seeing someone squirm when they can't answer...

Loving all the comments and seeing that you do question and address 'why'.

Thanks :)

January 10, 2012    View Comment    

On Google+ and the Real Name Debate: Why It Might Be a Good Thing

Hi, I'm a bit late to the discussion - I've been writing offline. Thank you for your comments. Gary, some others and myself have been discussing the post on G+. It is certainly a messy topic - lots of points of view and I appreciate yours! It's nice to see all the other content about the real names debate. This was simply my view from my niche view. J.
September 20, 2011    View Comment    

On Social Media Strategy Based on Analysis and Evaluation

Great point Ali. This is something I have been working on myself. As a spin off from my PhD, I call it Social Media: The Consumer Method. I’ve interviewed a lot of social media professionals and I am always astounded at the generic approach they give to clients and the ideal world pitches given. I know some are more savvy than this, so this comment does not apply to them but generic social media approaches are a problem. Thanks for the post. Jillian

September 7, 2011    View Comment    

On Don’t Post the Same Content on all your Social Profiles

Hi Tammny,

Thanks for the comment. As I said in the blog, I'm all for integrated digital communications - it's the way in which the content is posted. The ones I normally see is the same intro. The other thing that annoys me is the automation between linkedin and twitter - there is a need to think more - but I totally get what you are saying.

Thanks

J.

July 30, 2011    View Comment    

On Don’t Post the Same Content on all your Social Profiles

Thank you for the continuing comments.

I'm glad I've given some food for thought and I'm not the only person that has noticed this!

J.

July 29, 2011    View Comment    

On Don’t Post the Same Content on all your Social Profiles

I'm with you there Nicholas!

July 29, 2011    View Comment    

On Don’t Post the Same Content on all your Social Profiles

Thanks for you comment David.  I'm glad you like the article.

The 'self-life' of a platform varies.  Take Twitter, when you tweet, that tweet probably only has a minute before it is lost in all the new tweets in your followers stream.  Looking at Facebook you have a little longer for that post to be noticed in the stream. You get where I am going?

hope this helps

J.

July 29, 2011    View Comment    

On Don’t Post the Same Content on all your Social Profiles

Thanks for your comments!

It can be difficult to know what to post and where but as Yorick says it's about knowing your audience. I know overlap will exist - that's the point of integrated digital practices but the manner and introduction could be changed to make it less tiresome.  Finding the time to do this an issue of course.

Jillian

July 26, 2011    View Comment    

On A PhD in Social Media

Sorry for the late reply Jenni.  Thanks for your comment and good luck with your research.  And, yes, there is so much to explore.

July 2, 2011    View Comment    

On A PhD in Social Media

Thanks for your comment, I am glad I can be of some help.  It really is an interesting field and I am confident your research will go well.  Good luck with everything!

Jillian

July 2, 2011    View Comment    

On Need a Social Media Strategy? 3 Levels of Communication Value

Thanks for the comment, Peter.  I'm glad you liked it and also believe in creating valuable content.

Jillian 

July 2, 2011    View Comment    
 
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