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Friday Fast Five + Five: Your Guide To New Media

  1. LinkedInHow to not make newcomer mistakes on LinkedIn
  2. JeffBullas.com12 Mistakes You Shouldn’t Make on Twitter If You Want More Followers
  3. Life HackerThe Best Extensions to Make Google Maps Even More Awesome
  4. Mashable12 Best iPhone Apps of 2014
  5. IJNETAnalice.me helps journalists automatically analyze thousands of documents

Friday Fast Five + Five: Your Guide To New Media

  1. LinkedIn15 Twitter Tips That Get More Retweets, Favourites And Clicks [INFOGRAPHIC]
  2. Gigaom13 Google Chrome extensions you should know about
  3. Mashable11 Best Video Editing Software Platforms
  4. Shout Me Loud – How to Choose Blogging Niche of your New Blog
  5. Code Geekz – 20 Free Data Visualization Tools


Friday Fast Five + Five – The Mashable Edition: Your Guide To New Media

Mashable has long been one of my go-to websites when it comes to things I can do to improve my digital journalism skills.  So below are great links to 10 Mashable articles that may help you. Enjoy!

  1. From creating charts to managing your inbox, the 11 most useful web tools of 2014
  2. The Tumblr Starter Kit
  3. The 7 Best Uses for Tumblr
  4. Persona Wants to Protect Your Online Reputation
  5. The Beginner’s Guide to SoundCloud
  6. 5 Must-Have Tools for a Killer Presentation
  7. 9 Best Free Image Editors
  8. 7 Things You Didn’t Know Bitly Could Do
  9. How to Optimize Your Profile Photos Across Social Media
  10. 9 Best Free Image Editors

Friday Fast Five – All About Blogging: Your Guide To New Media

This week’s Fast Five is all about tips to either get you started on blogging or taking your existing blog to the next level.

  1. Blogging Tips – Here’s How To Get That Blog To Take Flight
  2. ProBlogger – How to Get Read: 8 Ways to Take your Blog From Existence to Greatness
  3. Blogging Tips – Use Added Elements to Instantly Improve Your Blog Post
  4. The Next Web – 39 blogging tools to help you work faster, better and land more readers
  5. Blogging Tips – Top WordPress Resource Blogs

Friday Fast Five: Your Guide To New Media – The Google Edition

I wish there was just one place that was home to the master list of Google hacks. But until then, check out these five that can be handy right now.

  1. Google – Public Data Explorer
  2. Lifehacker – Create Customizable GeoMaps with Google Sheets 
  3. Gigaom – How get the most out of Google’s apps and services when using an iPad 
  4. Digital Telepathy – Google Spreadsheets: More Useful Than You Thought
  5. About.com Travel – Make your own Google maps

Friday Fast Five + Five: Your Guide To New Media

It’s the end of the month, and I need to clean out the Fast Five folder.  So today you get links to 10 great digital resources. Enjoy!

  1. The Next WebWhy we need infographics and how to make them great
  2. Blogging TipsBoo! How to Make a Ghost Blogger Work for You 
  3. Nieman Lab — How ProPublica uses Google Docs to help in reader-backed reporting
  4. ReadWrite — Wix Says You Don’t Need To Learn To Code To Build A Website
  5. Mashable — 5 Virtual Assistants That Are More Productive Than Siri
  6. LifehackerTop 10 Clever Google Search Tricks 
  7. MediaBistro — How Your Google+ Profile Can Help Your Articles Links Stand Out
  8. Petapixel — Shutterfly’s New Interactive Guide Teaches the Basics of Capturing Better Images
  9. GigaOm — More than 250 million global events are now in the cloud for anyone to analyze
  10. Lifehacker — Be an Informer, Not a “Meformer”, To Get More Followers On Social Media


Friday Fast Five: Your Guide To New Media

  1. Journalism.co.uk5 tips for how journalists can more effectively use Reddit
  2. Lifehacker — Top 10 Apps and Services That Are More Than Meets the Eye
  3. Beyond Search — Mining of Massive Datasets (free book)
  4. Blogging Tips — What Type of Blogger Are You?
  5. Social Media Examiner 6 Simple Photo Tools for Creating Social Media Visuals