Good morning webgeeks. This week I have 8 stories for your professional development. If you only have time for a couple of items, I recommend 11 Twitter apps you will use everyday, emails that win the daily battle for your attention and all the tips around better Instagram videos.
ReadWrite: Twitter Analytics Outfit Topsy Extends Its Tweet Index Back To The Beginning Topsy, a social analytics platform for searching and analyzing tweets, announced that its data history will now include public tweets dating back to Twitter’s hatching in March 2006.
Mashable: 11 Twitter Apps You’ll Use Every Day Twitter apps can help you gain more control over the Twitter ecosystem. From scheduling tweets to viewing which one of those jerks unfollowed you, these apps will turn you into a tweeting machine.
MarketingProfs: Three Ways to Use Pinterest and Instagram to Build Stronger Consumer Relationships Customers are sharing more than 350 million images per day on Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, and Instagram. Three easy ways to help deepen the bond between you and your customers.
MarketingProfs: The Inbox Is a Battlefield [Infographic] On the battle known as the inbox, emails from all categories compete with one another. Which types of emails win the battle most?
FAVES + CO: 11 practical, use-them-right-now tips that will help you produce better Instagram Videos Check out one of our favorite Instagram Video accounts, Now This News. They’ve absolutely nailed creating content for various mobile platforms, including Instagram and Vine.
Ragan.com: Instagram in 10 minutes a day The popular photo- and video-sharing platform can devour hours if you’re not prudent. These tips and tools can help you make the most of the site—and your time.
FedScoop: The new cyber framework draft: beefed up, but still much to discuss The newest draft of the government’s cybersecurity framework, released Wednesday, fleshes out the bare bones outline from July and adds some illustrative graphics.
Mashable: The 5 Phases of Growth Hacking It’s a spectacular feat. Right in front of our eyes, a group of marketers helped build billions of dollars of brand equity on products like Facebook, Twitter, AirBnb, StumbleUpon, Zynga, Dropbox, Reddit and LinkedIn.