Using FriendFeed To Network
FriendFeed is a great way to share articles, videos, status updates
and a ton of other important information with collegues and prospects.
If you haven't seen it yet, it is a bit like the Home Page updates on
Facebook that you see when you login. Everyone that you subscribe to
will see all of the recent activity you have done on any of 56 services
that you work with.
When you send a Tweet, bookmark a site on Digg, upload a YouTube video,
post a blog, or join a group on LinkedIn your subscribers will be
notified in a feed stream in real time that has a link straight to the
source. You can watch videos right in the FriendFeed stream and click
out to blog posts. It is especially helpful in getting your bookmarks
on Digg, Reddit and Delicious seen and voted on.
In one click, you can add all of your Facebook friends that have a
FriendFeed account to subscribe to yours. I grabbed up 1300 followers
from Tom's Facebook friends in 5 minutes. Now, no matter what site I
update for him, the FriendFeed updates automatically and all 1300
followers are notified. Used in conjunction with Ping.fm, you can use
Ping to update all of your social sites at once, then the updates feed
from each of those sites to your FriendFeed account. You can get a lot of
views in short order of tons of your social marketing. Plus, you get to
stay in touch with thousands of others from your FriendFeed home page.