Monthly Archives: November 2012

140 Twitter Marketing Success Tips

Finding the Top 10 Ways to do anything is always valuable to someone, but 140 ways to be successful with marketing on Twitter should be valuable to everybody, even to those who have little or no interest and are not yet currently active or engaging others on Twitter.  Check it out, here’s just a few of my favorites…

This slideshow sharing 140 tips is priceless, and not too time consuming considering that each tip is provided in a tweet that’s no longer than 140 characters. Take a moment to review this and I guaranty you’ll learn something.  Whether you’re an anti-Twitter spectator, a complete novice, or a blazing tweeting expert pro, there will be something for everyone here.

Twitter is truly a real-time, real-people, real-information network, where sharing is real-easy and simple, and on a user friendly platform. There, that was exactly 140 characters…Tweet that! 🙂

Related Twitter Tips and Tools:
Everything Twitter – The Twitter Tools Group
1001 Free Twitter Apps and Services
10 Twitter Myths – There Are NO Rules
How To Manage Your Twitter Community
Twylah for Twitter Branded Profile Pages
How To Tweet In Google Plus
The Power of Twitter and Television


Facebook Timeline Review Tutorial

Facebook now allows you to be notified first of tagged posts and images before they appear on your timeline. This is a great feature if you don’t like stuff showing up on your wall that you haven’t reviewed and approved of first. How many times have you had to go into Facebook and hide or remove things that others have posted where you were tagged?

I’ve been tagged in photos I wasn’t even in.  One time. I was actually tagged in an image of a lady’s pair of shoes.  This is social media Facebook spamming. People do this just to get exposure of their post on your wall and tap into your sphere of influence and Facebook friends. Enough is enough in my opinion, now there’s a way to fix it.

It’s called “Timeline Review” which can be enabled in the settings, but that’s only if you can find it.  The timeline review feature by default is disabled, let me show you how to enable it.

STEP 1 – Login to your Facebook account and go to your personal timeline

STEP 2 – Click on the “Activity Log” button located next to the “Update Info” button

STEP 3 – Open up the “Post and Apps” pull-down menu and select “Timeline Review

STEP 4 – Now click on the “settings Icon”   located next to the Notifications

STEP 5 – Chose to “Enable” or “Disable” the Timeline Review feature from this screen

Now YOU can stay in control of your Facebook timeline and what appears on your page.

Access to Free Royalty Free Music

There are many sites on the Internet today that offer royalty free music, but most come with a price tag or licensing fee.  I’ve compiled a list of sites with royalty free music that are actually free. There’s also artists that offer their music under the Creative Commons License, but it can be difficult finding them through all the sites requiring money.

What is creative commons?
There are different levels of licensing and it’s important that you understand each of them before using any website offering free content.  IE: Attribution-ShareAlike CC BY-SA, or Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA.

These are a few sites where can you find royalty free music at no charge:

  • – Kevin MacLeod offers his royalty free music creations under the Creative Commons License. There’s a variety of instrumental music at this site.
  • – This Audio Archive contains free recordings of many popular bands. These are mostly recordings of live performances. The bands that allow their live concerts to be recorded and traded are known as Trade Friendly Bands.   View all the trade friendly bands and their policies here: Trade-Friendly Band Information and Band List. These recordings can only be used for non-commercial purposes. See the FAQ and details page.
  • – Sells royalty free audio tracks for a fee, but also offers a few instrumental 30 second samples that you can use for free for anything you want.
  • – Has songs you can use as long as you credit the songwriter – Peter John Ross.
  • – Get music that was published prior to 1922 and are now in the public domain. The public is free to copy and use these works in any way.
  • – Get a free account at They have many different music artists and genres.  Access royalty free music at no charge under the Creative Commons License just change “License Type” to “Creative Commons (Free)”, then select “Genre” and click go.
  • – pacdv has some instrumentals for you to use royalty free. They just ask that you mention “Music by” in your credits.
  • – Has free songs in a variety of categories. The music can only be used for non-commercial productions.  The songs are only 99 cents each to use in commercial projects.  Finding the free music is the hard part. First, click on a music category or do a word search. Second, un-check “$0.99 Music” and keep “Free Music” checked then click “Update”
  • – Has collections of music from a variety of artists and genres under the Creative Commons License. Just click on “artists” or “genres.”
  • – Allows access to his royalty free music under the Creative Commons License.
  • – Musopen is a music library of copyright free (public domain) music. At Musopen they get access to public domain music that have no copyrights so that visitors may listen, re-use, or in any way enjoy music. There’s a lot of classical piano and symphony recordings.
  • – Open Music Archive has recordings of songs that are over 50 years old so their copyright has expired in the UK.  The recordings have become Public Domain. (Note: Countries other than the UK, the recordings may not be Public Domain yet so see the FAQ‘s for more information)

As with any site or resource that offers FREE data, audio, pictures or files etc. on the web, always be sure to do the proper research, read and understand the terms of service, and then follow the site or authors guidelines.  Make sure you abide and comply with the terms of these sites to avoid any negative or potential problems in the future.