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Determining which social media platform(s) to use for business can be a daunting task. When it comes to increasing communication, exposure, and sales, all are not built to suit the same needs.
You can learn a great deal about engaging your users from these food and drink related companies.
That’s an argument I hear often, especially from small business owners. The bulk of them use it as an excuse for not taking the time to find ways to engage people.
The rules and trends of social media are ever changing. It makes sense to follow people who stay on top of the latest happenings. Here are five of my favorite tweeters focused on our social world…
Social Media Success Summit 2011 (SMSS) is right around the corner. I’ve already started clearing off my desk to make room for my feet so I can kick back and listen to some key players in the social world. (Yes, even those who consult spend time and money to stay in-the-know.)
On Monday, uber-consultant Chris Brogan—who often uses personal experiences to teach or engage his followers—challenged us to find a way to create a chain reaction for online purchases.
Twitter announced suspension of two popular applications that violated the company’s policies. But they pull more than 100 apps each day. Is your reputation, or even worse, account info, at risk?
Shopping & site engines pose a big problem for small business ecommerce because, even if your company has a stellar track record, the funds many require to be listed or top-promoted are often prohibitive.
The Facebook Like button has quickly become a standard. Millions of people are “liking” content all over the web, and some companies are seeing some good returns on the small parcel of real estate the button takes up on the page.
All the studies, articles and posts that talked about the average Farmville addict? Yep, that was me. Fortunately, my Palm Pre saved me.