Utilising tweets for cross-content benefits

June 19, 2009

Excellent post here on how to integrate content and attention online.

Interesting tips, including cross-linking from bigger sites to gain additional readers, aswell as making sure that the timings of postings – to both Twitter and your blog – are linked carefully together, and in line with your overall blogging strategy.

I am a huge advocate of online content, including blogs and tweets: it raises the game of most content-producers and journalists alike, as well as giving more information to the audiences out there. And let’s face it, from a journalistic perspective, anything which adds value to the audience and stimulates readership loyalty and sales – especially in the current climate – can only be positive.

Read this post and learn!


2 Responses to “Utilising tweets for cross-content benefits”

  1. AV said

    in fact, from Twitter here I am! (but … I’m Italian, so not a promising reader!)

  2. bristoleditor said

    Good to welcome an input from sunnier climes!

    And from twitter too? Even better…



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