Last week was a good week for Tweets. Here's a few of the ones you might have missed if you're not following me on Twitter (and Why Not? I say;-)
The first one is from the MozBlog. You'll find out the difference between good linkbait and bad linkbait as well as why linkable assets are important. The reason you want to know this is so you don't become an online jerkface. Cyrus Sheppard shows you how to link right.
Excellent! RT @randfish: Bad linkbait needs to die http://t.co/UOuRkmsEEL but linkable assets will be a win for a long time.
— Will Adams (@WLAdams) November 19, 2013
Twitter is making all kinds of tweeks to its service and better header images are a step in the right direction. They also link to another article you might find informative… Everything You Need to Know About the New Twitter
Have you heard? Better header images are here. 10 Twitter Header Images Done Right http://t.co/Nu4aXcFLUq via @mashable — Will Adams (@WLAdams) November 8, 2013
My opinion of Louis C.K. is not only is he one of the funniest, most honest comedians around, he is one of the savviest Marketers on the Internet. Go read this. Then go watch ‘Live from the Beacon Theater' on Netflix. Enough said.
Do everything in your power to make your #audience the big winners…” #LouisC.K. Digiday http://t.co/y8scyPiefR via @digiday — Will Adams (@WLAdams) November 10, 2013
Aren't we all looking for better ways to do things? I found this gem and tweeted about it. Enjoy.
Fun and useful. 50 Life Hacks to Simplify your World http://t.co/ax4fVLnMwb via @twistedsifter — Will Adams (@WLAdams) November 12, 2013
And finally here is my favorite quote from the one I sent out. These come early because I like to start my day with an inspiring quote. I really like this one because it reminds me there is less competition at the top. The way to the top? Serve your audience well. Am I serving you well? Let me know if you would like RockSolidInfo about your Internet journey. If I don't know, I'll find out for you.
“There are no traffic jams along the extra mile” –ROGER STAUBACH #Entrepreneurship #leadership #smallbusiness
— Will Adams (@WLAdams) November 13, 2013