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My Current Thoughts On Social Media Platforms

by Cliff Ravenscraft on April 6, 2016

This vlog contains my most recent thoughts as to where I am finding value in the available social media platforms.

VERY IMPORTANT UPDATE TO THIS VIDEO: I don’t know how it happened, but when I was recording this vlog, I completely forgot to mention Youtube & Instagram. The following video is a new vlog that corrects my error.

So the updated list is as follows:
#1 Snapchat – https://www.snapchat.com/add/cliffeotc
#2 Facebook – http://Facebook.com/cliffravenscraft
#3 YouTube – http://YouTube.com/cliffeotc
#4 Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/cliffeotc
#5 Twitter – https://twitter.com/cliffeotc
#6 Linked In – http://www.linkedin.com/in/cliffravenscraft
#7 Google+ – I’m not going to even bother providing a link.

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The title, posted above, really does say it all. I encourage you to listen to this episode if you would like to learn how I’ve completely changed the way that I am using Twitter and how I’ve managed to turn my experience with Facebook into the best social networking experience I’ve ever had.

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398 – Meerkat Vs Periscope

by Cliff Ravenscraft on April 4, 2015

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In this episode, I share my thoughts on the new update to Meerkat as well as my thoughts on Twitter’s new Periscope app for live streaming to your audience.

I also share my thoughts on the new “Becoming Steve Jobs” biography, my experience at Social Media Marketing World 2015 and the fact that Twitter now lets you direct message with groups of people.

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369 Twitter Analytics And Many New Media News Updates

by Cliff Ravenscraft on August 7, 2014

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It’s been several months since we’ve had a social media segment with my great friend, Erik Fisher. Today, Erik joins me to discuss Twitter Analytics. This service allows you to review how many views your tweets are getting on Twitter’s service and how much engagement each tweet is getting. We also briefly discuss Twitter cards and the new embeddable tweets.

 
 
Justin.TV Shuts Down Without Any Warning (00:01:35)
Earlier this week, Justin.tv shut down it’s service without any sort of warning whatsoever. The service also announced that it has removed all archived content created by their users, making it impossible for them to keep their content if they didn’t have local backups of the content that they streamed and stored on the Justin.tv servers. In this episode, I share several takeaways from this story.

 
 
Other New Media News In This Episode
– My Podcast Reviews now has a free option (00:14:39)
– Instapaper creator creates Overcast Podcast App (00:15:45)
– Apple buys the Swell Podcast App and shut it down (00:19:53)
– Hotel Wifi Test (00:23:29)

 
 
Video Recording of this episode
The following video is an UNEDITED version of the Behind The Scenes Recording of this episode of Podcast Answer Man. Join me for a future live broadcast of Podcast Answer Man. Click here for details.

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354 The New New Twitter – Book Recommendations – And Much More

April 24, 2014

The New New Twitter Is Getting Close It’s been a few years since Twitter had a major overhaul of their web user interface. Twitter recently rolled out a redesign of their User Profiles. The change to the new design will eventually happen for all users. However, you can click here to get the new design […]

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352 Twitter Photos – Photo Tagging – Skype TX – Patreon – Naming New Studio And More!

April 10, 2014

Twitter Photos & Tag Spam In this week’s social media segment, Erik Fisher joins me to discuss Twitter’s new ability to upload four pictures to a single tweet using their mobile application. We also talk about the ability to tag people in the photos you upload form the mobile Twitter app. This led us into […]

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345 Podcast Patent Update – A Talk With Michael Stelzner About Social Media Marketing World – Paper App by Facebook – The Whiteification of Twitter – Flappy Bird – And More!

February 13, 2014

Social Media Marketing World In this episode of Podcast Answer Man, I talk with Michael Stelzner from Social Media Examiner. The main focus of our conversation is to discuss what the Social Media Marketing World Conference is about and who, specifically, should consider attending. (Starts at 00:38:57)     Podcasting Patent Update Special thanks to […]

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342 – Five Tips For A Relational Approach To Twitter & A Conversation With Scott Stratten

January 23, 2014

Five Tips For A Relational Approach To Twitter In several recent episodes of Podcast Answer Man, Erik Fisher and I have discussed our desire to get back to using Twitter the way that we did in the old days. The main problem, however, has been that it is increasingly difficult to use twitter in this […]

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336 Can You Automate Your Way To Relationships? Information Overload & Other Social Media Annoyances

December 5, 2013

In this week’s episode of Podcast Answer Man, I asked Erik Fisher to join me for the whole show to discuss more thoughts related to what we started to discuss in episode 335, related to how Twitter seemed to be losing losing sight of what originally made it so useful in building relationships. This topic […]

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335 Choosing Your Brand Name – YouTube Comments Changes & Twitter Losing Its Human Feel

November 21, 2013

Choosing A Name For Your Brand When creating a brand new podcast, I’ve noticed a large number of people who seem to get stuck when it comes to choosing the name of their brand and/or podcast. I am a huge fan of choosing a name that can clearly communicate the essence of what your podcast […]

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330 Skype Is Shutting Off Access To Pamela And Call Reorder (UPDATE), Stats Addiction And More

October 17, 2013

Skype Cutting Access To Software Recorders I’ve recently been informed that Skype is shutting down it’s desktop API in December 2013. This will affect podcasters who rely on software plugins like Pamela or Call Recorder to record Skype conversations for their podcasts. Skype has a brief note about this on their support website. The developers […]

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