Your business may be on Facebook and Twitter and a handful of other platforms, but if you’re not leaving an online trail the time you spend on social media might not be doing much for your business at all.
As of January 2013 Facebook had over 1 billion monthly active users and 618 million daily users. With such a huge potential audience at your finger tips, simply signing your business up for Facebook page and waving your digital flag there may seem like enough.
Not on Pinterest yet? Here’s a statistic that might inspire you: Pinterest drives more web traffic to other sites than Google+, LinkedIn, and YouTube combined. That’s right combined.
It’s a question almost as old as Facebook itself: Once people have “Liked” your Page, how do you keep them engaged? One way is by using the right kind of content the kind that will elicit a response or get your fans to take action.
Social media might be foreign to many, but it’s a simple extension of traditional marketing: building an audience, growing awareness, promoting services and wares, and creating dialogue.
Have you ever Googled a candidate you’ve interviewed to find out more about his or her background? Stop! If you are conducting internet searches to gather information about potential or existing employees, you are violating privacy laws.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all the social media tools available to you today. This is especially true when you’re first getting started. Here are five easy tips to help event the most overwhelmed businessperson get started with social media.
With all the time I spend on social media, I’m really starting to wonder what I did with all my time before it existed.
It used to be said “It’s not personal, it’s business.” With the emergence of social media, that’s no longer the case. Business IS personal.
Are you looking to build your followers, reputation and customer engagement on Twitter? Follow these eight simple best business practices and improve your impact on your followers.