When it comes to retweeting, they do, says Dan Zarrella
Love them or hate them, hashtags may help you increase retweets.
Useful information is among the top three reasons people share information via email or social media, according to research by Chadwick Martin Bailey:
Having trouble finding reader benefits? Maybe you need to ask different questions.
What’s the least important element in a release — less important even than the dateline or the boilerplate?
Quotes, say one in four reporters surveyed in a study by Greentarget.… Read the full article
You’ve heard about MBWA, or management by walking around? Try WBHA, or writing by hanging around — going to the scene to observe.… Read the full article
You’ve heard the phrase “hog in, sausage out.” That means that what you get out of the grinder will be no better than what you put in it.… Read the full article
While we talk a lot about what to write — More stories! Fewer words! Shorter sentences! — we don’t focus so much on how.… Read the full article
When I was customizing an in-house writing workshop for a utility company, I wanted to see whether there was a better way to define kilowatt hour, or kWh, for consumers.… Read the full article
Google: It may be the next best thing to being there.
The best way to get description is to go to the scene and observe.… Read the full article
While news stories make up the bulk of the content on three European news sites, most of the most-shared stories are features.… Read the full article