ThoughtBuzz – New Age Social Media Management Platform.


Social Media has become such a huge part of our daily lives right from facebook to twitter to instagram to linkedin to pinterest to youtube, etc. It is very difficult to keep a track of all platforms like whats happening where and who is reading what and what is my social media presence, etc and thats where something like ThoughtBuzz comes handy. ThoughtBuzz is the new age social media management platform.Whether it is an individual user or a brand which wants to keep track of its social media presence, Thoughtbuzz can be used by one and all.

As soon as I got an email confirmation from BlogAdda about reviewing this platform I starting browsing on my mobile itself. I wanted to test it on mobile and it was very smooth and easy to read and scroll through various options without registeration.  The first thing what caught my attention was Cross Platform Analytics, of which the screenshot is below.







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Social Media Week – SMW

Social Media Week (SMW) is one of the biggest and most followed event round the world for all the people related directly or indirectly to Social Media. It was in Mumbai from 22-26 September, 2014 at Hotel Novotel and I was lucky to attend it thanks to my friends at BlogAdda, who were the blogger outreach partner of the event. I attended a mix of few panel discussions, solo presentations & master-classes which I would like to share in brief –

  • Master-class by personal branding guru Ms. Tanvi Bhatt of Panache Studios on “BRAND YOU – thought leadership in Personal Branding using Social Media.” She discussed concept of personal branding and how one can various Social Media platforms to develop and grow it. She had some lovely examples to share of people succeeding at this from different parts of life.


Ms. Tanvi Bhatt of Panache Studios
Ms. Tanvi Bhatt of Panache Studios


  • Next was very interesting presentation by Ms. Ansoo Gupta, COO – Pinstorm,  on Using Social Media to enhance your travels and knowing when to turn it off. Being a seasoned & experienced traveller Ansoo shared some amazing experiences and tools which can enhance ones travel and also shared how we can use Social Media platforms to make the travel more rewarding & memorable. This session was hosted by Photokatha.

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Niche Social Networks.

We all have been using Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, etc as social networking for all kinds of reasons – personal, professional, social, etc. But still there are few social networks and forums which cater to niche needs or niche areas. I thought of putting few niche networks on list and everyone is welcome to add to the list.

  1. Warrior Forum : for Internet Marketers.
  2. WAYN : for Travellers, it stands for Where Are You Now.
  3. Know My Pet : for pet & animal lovers.
  4. MBA Club India : for Management Professionals.
  5. Trip Advisor : for Reviews on Hotels, Places, Restaurants, etc.
  6. Etsy : for selling your Crafts and wares.
  7. GoodReads : for Readers & Book Lovers.
  8. deviantART : for Artists.
  9. Parents Connect : Nickleodeon’s social network for parents.
  10. Web Murga : for TV enthusiasts can discuss the ‘hot and happening’ things on the screen.
  11. The GIG Bazaar : for  buying and selling anything for $10.
  12. Digital Vidya : for digital marketing learning.
  13. Hey Math : for elementary, middle  & high school Math concepts.
  14. Young Entrepreneur : forum for young entrepreneurs.
  15. CNET : for product reviews & price and downloading free software programs.
  16. Pet Side : for animal lovers.
  17. School Country : for Math worksheets, activities & games.
  18. Epinions : for unbiased reviews by real people.
  19. Apna Circle : for Business and career networking.
  20. Gaia Online : to discuss animation, games, comics, sci-fi, fantasy, etc.
  21. Flyertalk : for frequent flyer community.
  22. CA Club India : for finance professionals.
  23. Lawyers Club India : for lawyers and general public.
  24. KMP : for pet and animal lovers.
  25. Tip’d : for financial news, ideas & tips.

Enjoy networking !

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Social Media Etiquette Tips.

This guest post is by Tamanna Bhanot.

Social Media is gradually overtaking in-person networking and has become an indispensible part of our lives. “Facebook” has become a verb (“I’ll Facebook you”), “Tweet” is the new “message” (“He tweeted about it”) and “Ping” is the new “nudge”. Everyone has taken to having private conversations on a public forum. A person who isn’t registered on a social networking website is looked upon with ridicule just as people without email addresses were about 5 years ago.

Note: If you still don’t have an email address, get help and get one! You are way behind the curve. If you aren’t on a social media site, get on one. You’ll find it to be a great tool to keep in touch with old friends and connect to new acquaintances.

With great power comes great responsibility“, an superhero’s web spun this quote to fame. The quote applies to the power of social media networking as well. There are some graces that we must keep in mind to use social media to our advantage.

1. How much is too much?: The amount of information people put up on their social media profiles depends on their personality, age, work profile and relationship status to some extent. You want people to think you are fun but not MAKE fun of you. Always remember that your co-workers and boss can also access the information that your friends can.

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