What is the most successful marketing tactic for small businesses today? Different entrepreneurs give out different answers,
Scenario: You are running ads campaigns through Facebook and have an Ok click-through, but people don’t convert as expected. This is actually quite a common issue and therefore here is four tips to help you on the way to avoid paying for ads that doesn’t generate any revenue back.
Pinterest is a new social media platform that is growing rapidly. Learn how to use Pinterest to market your business
Using social media is often not easy for small businesses. To create an effective social media presence, you need to have a well-thought out plan, and time to execute them. Learn some tips on how to use social media for your small business.
For small businesses with no marketing budget, the free microblogging site Twitter can be a powerful means of reaching customers and getting the word out. Learn how your small business can use Twitter.
When it comes to social media, one of the first questions asked by home business entrepreneurs is: “What will I say on Twitter or Facebook? How will I use these social media sites?” Hint: it’s not conversations, but quality content.
With social media and blogging platforms, real time, in-the-moment commentary about companies and individuals is now possible. When negative commentaries are posted under a person’s name or brand’s name — this information can linger online and cause loss of income, distrust, lack of respect and unexpected challenges. Learn about the importance of reputation management in the age of online marketing and social media.
Web 3.0 marketing describes the next wave that is already taking place and is the shift from Web 2.0. The key driving factors to Web 3.0 marketing include browsing habits, browsing methods, more intelligent information, the experience we’re looking for, and the openness of the Web. Learn the 5 key components of Web 3.0 marketing
Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-New York) is currently embroiled in a controversy after a lewd photo was sent from his official Twitter account to another woman not his wife. This scandal demonstrates the risks to using social media. Here are some lessons that the scandal involving Congressman Weiner can teach us on how to use social media.
Social media is a big, complex subject and the best way to understand social media is to start by talking about what social media is not. Look at the old world of traditional marketing.