OMNT Links of the Week #3

November 21st, 2008

An interesting post from Mediashift’s Mark Van Patten about some basic, basic-SEO you can do to get your content picked up by Google. He cites Mitch Joel‘s recent blog post, “10 Things Every Newspaper And Magazine Website Must Do.” Both are good reads.

Been reading up on social media etiquette? Don’t believe these 10 social media myths. The biggest myth of all of these, we think, is the belief that great content always gets hot. It just doesn’t.

As long as we’re doing top 10 lists, Glen Stanberry offers are 10 ways you can build a social media portal on your site.

Sarah Evans seems to be making the social media rounds these days. Here’s a recent Mashable post she penned on some Twitter community don’ts.

We’re always talking about change, but traditional media isn’t the only industry in need of a makeover. Texas State professor Cindy Royal argues that universities need to shift their focus and make technology a core part of communications programs.

Here’s an older post, but an interesting read nonetheless about Vanity Fair’s supposedly “secret” Twitter feed. What do you think?

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