10 Top Tweets in May

by Dan Hutson on June 2, 2009

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I try to tweet daily links to content I’ve run across that I think is worth your attention. Thought it might be a good idea to post the most popular of these in case you’re not following me on Twitter. Here are the 10 links I tweeted in May that attracted the greatest attention:

8 Key Elements for Effective Internal Communications (courtesy of Nancy Schwartz, whose Getting Attention blog is one of the top nonprofit marketing reads)

Twitter a Bigger Threat Than Bloggers to Newspapers? (an op-ed by Edward Wasserman, Knight professor of journalism ethics at Washington and Lee University)

Why Communicators Don’t Get LinkedIn (by Geoff Livingston, a PR strategist whose blog should be on your reading list)

50 Ideas on Using Twitter for Business (a great list by social media expert Chris Brogan)

Twitter: A Marketer’s Duct Tape (both are incredibly simple, flexible, available and cheap, says Harvard Business blogger John Sviokla)

Nonprofit News (the American Journalism Review takes a look at the trend in investigative and enterprise journalism funded by foundations)

Social Media Marketing Example: National Geographic (one in a series by Lisa Braziel of Ignite Social Media)

Push vs. Pull in Media Relations (at Journalistics, a great blog tracking trends in journalism)

15 Steps to Small Business Online Marketing Success (from Joe Pulizzi, one of the leaders of the content marketing revolution)

Developing Social Media Policies (actually fourth in a four-part series on SM policies)

Each of these is well worth a read. Check them out.

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