A few months ago while sitting in on a presentation, the speaker, a professional in social media, explained that Facebook was, for all intents and purposes, dead. Now, I don't do a perfect job at staying on top of all the internet news and information, so this came as quite a shock to me. This person then went on
Within the past month, I have posted several blogs on the topic of Facebook and its application in the world of business including our first post, "so you have a facebook page" which gave hints and tips on how to build your "audience;" "top 10 facebook benefits for businesses" (self explanitory); and "using facebook as
This post is a companion piece to the blog just posted a few days ago, top 10 facebook benefits for businesses. First, I recommend you use your personal Facebook page for personal business and “Fan” pages SOLELY for business. Connecting with business connections is ok on your personal page as long as you are ok
10. Establish a rapport with your existing & potential clients (aka “fans”) develops trust. 9. Expand e-news database by providing newsletter signup on your page 8. Ask other professionals that are experts in complimenting businesses to post a link to a blog/article they have written to your page develops a more meaningful relationship with your
I see it happen time and time again. Maybe it has happened to you/your business? You work really hard building a website, but you don't have the customers you thought you would. Afterall, YOU are excited about your product/service, shouldn't everyone else be? You built it ~ why didn't they come? There are two primary
I don't think it's "new information" that, in order to keep up with the times and the competition, a business needs to have a Facebook page. (A Twitter page is a good idea too, but that's a story for a different blog.) I have noticed so many businesses have been quick to jump on the bandwagon
Ok, so it’s been years and years since we have sent a newsletter and we never even started a blog. It’s not because we are lazy or negligent, we were just at a time in our business where growth wasn’t as important as sustaining our existing clients. So, what is the latest news in the
here we go…it’s been several years since we have written, but it’s never too late.