Nick Cobb

Head Grunt at Like New Media LLC in Wimberley, Texas, United States (Karma: 4,345) Hire me!

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New media, website optimization, writing and WordPress.

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  1. Nick Cobb added a comment on Ask Inbound: If you were only allowed to use 3 Chrome extensions, what would they be?
    @bibianowency Thanks! I'm not too paranoid, but I can understand your concerns. The trade off might be worth it for you if you can find plenty of uses for it. For instance, I find it invaluable for re…
  2. Nick Cobb added a comment on Ask Inbound: If you were only allowed to use 3 Chrome extensions, what would they be?
    Social AnalyticsPushbulletOpen SEO Stats
  3. Nick Cobb added a comment on Four Content Marketing Tips To Use When Marketing On Reddit
    I wrote this several years back, but the tools and information are still relevant: Getting the Most Out of Reddit: A Guide for Digg Deserters & Noobs
  4. Nick Cobb added an article Snapzu Release 5.1 Introduces Referral Program
  5. Nick Cobb added a comment on Ask Inbound: What are common beginner mistakes in content marketing?
    How about this one: "Oh, look, a new social voting site! I'm going to sign up now, use my blog's name as the username, and submit my content only without engaging the community."
  6. Nick Cobb added a comment on Ask Inbound: What Twitter tools are you using and what are you using them for?
    Tweetdeck for monitoring, Riffle for "Twitter engagement, interest and activity analytics" on the fly.
  7. Nick Cobb added an article Are Social Media Jobs About to Disappear?
  8. Nick Cobb added a comment on Ask Inbound: Let’s review our self-promotion policy. Share your thoughts here!
    Reddit and Digg weren't built for a community of marketers. Downvoting is just part of the internet, not everyone is going to like what you share. Getting buried on Digg was a very rare thing. Those g…
  9. Nick Cobb added a comment on Ask Inbound: Let’s review our self-promotion policy. Share your thoughts here!
    @edfryed I don't understand why you would want to employee people for something your users are more than capable of helping with. Especially if the site grows any larger. …
  10. Nick Cobb added a comment on Ask Inbound: Let’s review our self-promotion policy. Share your thoughts here!
    Flagging content is for blatant spam, downvoting is for lackluster content, reposts, broken links, pay walls and such.