Archives for April 2009

Live Webchat – Twitter for Business with Nikki Pilkington

Do you have questions about Twitter?

Not sure how it can help your business?

Wondering if you’re doing it ‘right’?

Why not register for this live webchat with TweetMentor creator and Social Media Marketing professional Nikki Pilkington from NikkiPilkington.com?

The event is a live webchat, where you can put your questions to Nikki and have them answered in real time. Simply register to be reminded, or visit the live webchat page on Thursday May 7th 2009 at 1.00pm GMT!

What is Social Media? Social media in plain English

It’s no secret that I’m a MASSIVE fan of commoncraft‘s videos (follow them on Twitter here) – and here’s yet another plain English explanation of something that is sometimes made all too complicated:

You can find more plain English videos on their website.

Have you ever wondered what Google datacenters look like?

Well, watch this video, first presented at the Google Efficient Data Centers Summit, hosted at Google headquarters in Mountain View, CA on April 1, 2009 and find out!

Would you like to be featured on Business On Twitter?

We’re looking to run another series of interviews with people who are using Twitter for Business purposes. It’s very simple, all you have to do is answer a few questions, in as much detail as you like.

Obviously, the more details you give us, the more likely we are to publish your interview first, but we’re not turning anyone away.

Simply copy and paste the questions here into an email and send to nikkipilk@gmail.com, then follow Nikki on Twitter to be alerted when your interview is published!

You can find more information here.

Why aren't you getting media coverage?

So you’ve got a great news sory / product / service / item of interst / all of the aforementioned, and you’ve written your press release.

You’ve submitted to the list of free press release sites you downloaded from NikkiPilkington.com.

You’ve found a list of PR people and emailed your release to them.

But you’re still not being covered.

Want to know why?

My guess is it’s one of the reasons on Kickstart’s list of Reasons You’re Not Getting Media Coverage.

People come to us for online press release submissions quite alot, and more often than not we turn them away for one of those reasons. Read, then think about how YOUR press release can stand out in the crowd.

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