Posts Tagged ‘blog’

My New Place On-line

October 16, 2012 Leave a comment

Thank you everyone for visiting my blog. As I mentioned in my previous post I moved my blog to a new location – and now you can find me and my work at GroovyPinkConsulting

groovy pink consulting

…see you there.

Under Construction

November 2, 2011 Leave a comment

A lot has been going on and as I mentioned earlier I am moving my blog from to – big change for me but also very good.
I hope that you will like the new edition of Groovy Pink Blog.

…so look around because within next 10-15 days there will be something new going on at Groovy Pink Blog.

See you soon…

Change is Good

October 22, 2011 4 comments

    I decided that I want to make a change – do something different, hope – better.
    That’s why I am in the middle of moving my blog to a brand new site Groovy Pink Blog.
    I am very excited about that and I decided to do it by myself, first to learn something new, second to be able to experience that process. And here is one more thing I need to say:

I am very thankful to all great people I’ve met and who are helping me to achieve that goal:

    Thank you guys!
    It’s a big deal for me and I know it will take a while but it’s just incredible to meet people who are willing to help and be able to do something new. This is also a good sign for the future – that there are people who want to help, not because they can get a lot of money or fame, but just because they want to help. And that’s why I am very thankful to every each of you!
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8 Useful Twitter Tools

August 29, 2011 9 comments


    What do you know about Twitter?
    Do you use Twitter?
    How many Twitter-related applications do you use?

Here are 2 applications you can use to manage your tweetstream:

  • tweetdeck –> TweetDeck allows you to monitor, manage and engage in your social world by bringing together your Twitter and Facebook feeds in a powerful and flexible column-based dashboard.
  • hootsuite –> similar to tweetdeck application. You can manage your blog/linkedin/facebook/twitter accounts from one place; schedule posts/tweets, create report, etc.

Here are applications which can help you to locate topics/trends/people/communities:

  • –> you can find here the most popular hashtags on Twitter – what’s most popular.
  • Twitscoop –> a real-time visualisation tool which enables users to “Mine the thought stream” provided by Twitter. Hot trends/words which are buzzing right now on twitter/search feature/
  • Listorious –> “Listorious has the best Twitter people search on the web so you can find anyone by topic, region or profession — powered by data from the tens of thousands of list curators. Once you find the right person, you can interview them by asking questions over Listorious”
  • twellow –> Twitter yellow pages
  • TweetMeme –> “it’s a service which aggregates all the popular links on Twitter to determine which links are popular. TweetMeme categories these links into Categories, Subcategories and Channels, making it easy to filter out the noise to find what you’re interested in.”
  • twopular –> search popular trends on Twitter

More useful links which helps you to measure your on-line activities.

    Do you know other applications worth to share?

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Cool Infographics

July 21, 2011 Leave a comment

Do you like infographics? I do.
Why? Images are easier to understand, one look and you know what’s going on (not always, I get that).

I am amazed how people are able to design all those infographics. If you check the definition of infographic (I did on Wikipedia):

Information graphics or infographics are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge.

…which means that you can present probably every content using infographic. Lets stop and think about that for a second. Have you noticed how popular is youtube (because it’s all about videos – visual representation not writing). Why almost every blog-guide has some tips about blog post length – that it shouldn’t be too long (300-700 words)? I think that there are few reasons why:

  • time –> we don’t have too much time
  • information –> maybe we don’t have too much time but we love to collect information
  • overload –> there are so much information/content all around internet, that we want to pre-check as much as possible and make decision whether we want to stop and read/watch more

If I want to read a book – I will get a book, but when I want to get information, I prefer it will be short and if I need to more about some topic, then I can search for more.

    Whether it’s about Twitter, Facebook or other social media platforms:

or distracted driving (wow!)

    or organizations:
    or about infographics:
    or fonts:

OMG What a Traffic

July 20, 2011 2 comments

Again, like every day, I opened my Google Reader and went wild on reading interesting (or not) posts.
This time was a little bit different because I decided to focus even more on posts’ titles. I noticed that there are a lot of post regarding “how to drive traffic to you website/blog”. Everything about TRAFFIC and how you can get more MONEY!!!

    traffic titles
    Have you ever wonder what if you get all that great traffic to your blog/www – then what? Do you have a strategy? Do you know what do you need, what is the reason why you want all that traffic?

that’s not all… there were dozens of posts similar to those.


    …too much about traffic, ok so maybe this time about “right keywords” or maybe how to earn a lot of money working on your blog? Sure, after few months writing posts you can earn a lot of money!
    I didn’t find anywhere anything about “hard work”, that before you get big money, you need to (for real) work hard to get that. At least most of the time. I guess people like to talk about the money, how to earn money (as fast as possible), how to become the most popular blogger/…, etc. After all those post I think “wow, it’s so easy. Few weeks and I will be next Lady Gaga among bloggers”, right ;) Get back to work and try to enjoy it.

4 Social Media Platforms You Should Use

July 8, 2011 5 comments
    How many social media applications/platform are you using?

ohhh…do you have problems to count all of them? Let me guess, some of those applications you are using on your mobile, some on your computer.

    Pick a number:

Lets think how many (really) social media applications/platforms we can use and be up-to-date:

  • Google –> google docs, google reader, gmail, google voice, google search, Picasa, google maps, etc. – covers a lot of our needs
  • Facebook –> instant communication, sharing photos, status updates, videos, etc.
  • Twitter –> another way of text messages, great for networking, etc.
  • Linkedin –> network application for professionals

Big trio and google

    That’s a great beginning, isn’t it?
    Ask yourself a question:
  • how many applications do you really need?
  • haw many applications do you have but didn’t use for last few weeks?

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