We Teach Social Roundup – Trello Cool Tool, Pinterest Tips, Content Curation Tips and #talkingsoc

Trello, Pinterest, Content CurationDo you find your to-do list is never-ending? That you end up writing it here and there, on scraps of paper? Or that you would like a tool to create a to-do list with a group of people? Amanda has discovered a new tool called Trello which is perfect for personal to-do list and for creating to-do lists for a group of people.

Curating content can be a valuable part of your social media strategy and Amanda explains why in a recent blog post. She outlines the advantages and explains exactly how to do it effectively. This post explains exactly how to do it using Google Alerts and Feedly.

Amanda’s Social 7 post every Friday is an excellent example of a curated post. She finds the best material from her week of reading and presents it in an easy-to-read user friendly way, adding her own thoughts and expertise to the commentary. In this post, Amanda includes tips on editing your own blog post, impressive Vines, whether the Linked In premium account is worth it and some tips for improving your Google + presence.

pinterest-logoMany authors are using social media more now, seeing the platforms as valuable tools for publicising their books. I outline some tips for how writers can use pinterest, both during their writing process and after publication. I am also collating all my most useful Pinterest posts into a single page, making it easier for you to find the relevant ones you need.

This week we have our #talkingsoc tweetchat on Thursday evening at 9pm GMT. The topic is blogging and our guest is Dee Sewell of Greenside Up, winner of 4 awards in the Blog Awards Ireland of 2013, including Best Blog. More info here.

Chat to you then, Lorna

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