How to analyze tweets and RT on YOUR content

October 6, 2009

Jennifer Van Grove reports on a interesting tool TweetMeme Analytics to follow tweets on your content and how they spread – check here her post “TweetMeme Analytics Show You How Retweets Spread on Twitter”.

Based on her test, one can follow retweets and measure the influence of the ‘retweeters’ – see pic below.

I have started a 30 days trial today… let’s see how this works 😉


Paris Barcamp on Online Reputation Management 4th of April 2009 (French: e-reputation Barcamp à Paris 4 Avril 2009)

March 20, 2009

I will be attending the “e-Reputation” / online reputation management (ORM) Barcamp (#link in French) in Paris next 4th of April. The three main topics are:

  • How to manage my Personal Branding
  • Corporate Branding: internet tells a lot about a company (Corporate, HR, finance…)
  • Profile certification, who does what.

Will likely post a feedback here. I look forward to see you there…

For those of you wondering, a Barcamp is an open, participatory workshop-events, whose content is provided by participants (Picture and text source Wikipedia).


Do you play social games?

March 15, 2009
Do you play social games?

Do you play social games?

I’m currently deep-learning about personal branding, blogging and social media. So much noise on the subject than time is needed to find REAL content producers to follow. I have collected a large number of RSS streams which I am now sorting slowly based on content quality. I will post a list asap with a few top blog of my list.

Why am I interested? Well, many reasons: learning new tricks is one, branding myself is another, having one more tool at hand for work. In addition to that, I have been a big fan of Podcasts for the last 4 years and was tracking them through Google RSS Reader. So I naturally ended up following a few text only blogs and after a while decided now should be the time to open discussion… Without further waiting.

My interest is really centered on how to brand a product using blogging and social content & associates tools.

My first impression is here again, no surprise, knowledge comes with practice.

Second impression: I’m curious to see how some of the tool making so much fuzz will evolve and become actual products used by companies in daily marketing activities.

Third impression: well… this really is a game.. a social role playing game. So let’s play together, will you?


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