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Last week on our Facebook page we asked if our friends could sum up their feelings or attitudes towards marketing in one word. We were in the mood for a little word association. The results were equal parts revealing, witty, … Continue reading →
While most businesses have a website by now, there are still some that don’t. For those of you business owners out there that are still holding out, I offer you the following 3 reasons your must have a website. Your … Continue reading →
I’ve been reading “The Zen of Social Media Marketing” by Shama Hyder Kabani. While I haven’t finished it, it’s great so far and I highly recommend you buy it. Chapter 2 is enough to merit its absurdly low price on … Continue reading →
In our last post, we tried to address the fear behind creating online content. We gave you the usual song-and-dance about how the rules of marketing have changed (they have) and how you need to focus on creating quality online … Continue reading →
1) They set up a profile, not a fan page. Profiles are for people, not your business. Set up a fan page instead. There are two main reasons you should not set up a profile for your business.
Why you (the business owner) should care about Facebook (in 45 words): 1) It gives your business another way to come across as human 2) Your customers spend a lot of time on it 3) It can deliver traffic to … Continue reading →
Facebook unveiled a new feature recently with Groups. I decided to check it out by starting a social group. Here is what I discovered.
The rush to build Facebook fan pages and Twitter accounts is something that small businesses may find overwhelming and time consuming. While these social media tools are excellent things to integrate into your marketing strategy, they shouldn’t be the end-all … Continue reading →