Yesterday I gave a presentation at Seattle NetTuesday (originally mentioned here). The presentation went really well. I delivered it Pecha Kucha/Ignite style (15 slides, 20 seconds per slide is a bit of a hybrid, Pecha Kucha being 20/20 and ignite being 20/15).
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“A powerful global conversation has begun. Through the internet, people are discovering and inventing new ways to share relevant knowledge with blinding speed.” (The Cluetrain Manifesto, Levine and Locke
Here are some of the links from the slide deck so you can easily follow them:
- Google trends – Good for checking the search volume of keywords
- Delicious.com and my posts about Delicious subscriptions
- Google News Search Search the news and get RSS feeds of your searches to put into your RSS reader of choice
- Google Blog Search Search blogs and get RSS feeds of your searches to put into your RSS reader of choice
- Technorati for blog search and statistics
- Twitter and Twitter Search
- Trendrr is good for keword data visualization and monitoring
- Twendz visualizes Twitter posts and assessess sentiment
- Facebook Lexicon allows you to graph keword usage on Facebook
- Google Reader Full Featured RSS reader with public sharing tools, my preference
- Blog Lines Full Featured RSS reader
- Net Vibes Full Featured RSS Reader
- Monitter Twitter search that allows you to monitor multiple keywords or hashtags in real time and also filter by geolocation.
- Our Social Media Resouce page
Please feel free to share your ideas and resources in the comments of this post, or contact us if you would like to learn more about how CivicActions can help you set up a listening strategy to monitor your organization’s brand and issues. We offer a number of Social Media related strategy consultation services, and also blog the subject.