• Anonymous

    Great post Bradley! Laid out well and lots of great information.

    Props for the Social Mouths guest post.Positively,


  • I think you just broke my brain. I understand the words you’e written, but the application feels so foreign to me!  I’m looking into Yoast’s plugin, but I feel like I’m missing something on the non-plugin side, still.  More research is required.

  • Thank you Peggy! Glad you enjoyed it 🙂

  • ha! I’m sorry for breaking your brain 😉

    But yes, even by taking the first step on something like Yoast’s plugin, you’ll instantly have more control over how your web pages are shared. Good luck!


  • Kae Ridwyn

    Brilliant post – thank you! And I agree with Ellie; I think my brain is now broken…!

  • Anonymous

    Great post – a lot of good info here – especially about the title of your post being very important when tweeting. I don’t think a lot of people even think about that.

  • What a wonderful guest post. There’s a WP plugin for the gap between the Share button and Open Graph. http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/add-link-to-facebook/ – it has worked awesomely well. If you can follow instructions for getting the App ID, it’s all downhill from there. And so far, they’ve been updating it whenever FB makes changes. From the user side, it behaves like you built the app yourself.

  • Hey Tinu, thanks for the tip. I’ll test it.

  • That quote from David Ogilvy says it all, doesn’t it?

  • Anonymous

    A great post there! With the right kind of words(and more), one can effectively reach out to his/her customers. Every social network should be treated uniquely. Thanks for sharing!

  • cool! I’m not familiar with that plugin but if it works like it promises, that’s a wonderful tool for making posts Facebook friendly 🙂 thanks for the heads up!

  • Anonymous

    So many goodies in this post! I will pay more attention next time I write the introduction. I always think about choosing a spectacular picture to attract readers from FB, but have never thought of tailoring the link because I usually post the shorten version, which is definitely not appealing.
    Thanks for the great info!

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    I have met some really neat people through the comments, I certainly want to encourage more me to comment. Thanks for the tips!

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  • thanks for the insights. If the title is so important, maybe we can just have Siri write the rest of the articles if most people don’t read them anyway?

  • Excellent Post! I can see myself in your roommate when I was into Megadeth (still am) during my early years in the 80s. When I would tell friends about a particular song, they would frown because I was black and listening to heavy metal worked against me. 

    Then I started working at the local record store, made cool contacts with Records labels and then presto I had backstage passes (all the time). I obtained tons of fans then and had to pick from a slew of people wanting to attend the concert with me. The power of promoting worked better from than on out!

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