Every business needs to be on Facebook. To start, use these two features to build a legitimate, highly targeted and relevant free following on Facebook
The most recent changes to Facebook’s Promotion Guidelines has created confusion around running a competition using Facebook, but here is the ‘dummies guide’ spelling out the terms for you.
Facebook started out as a college re-union social network with games and has evolved into an all-purpose destination that is replacing the otherwise unconnected multiple sites we once had to separately log into to do various tasks such as; emailing, instant messaging, video sharing, gaming, write articles or notes, forums or discussions and blog posts.
If you don’t have content then you don’t have a Social Media Strategy. So how do you get good content? Brad from the Online Marketing Institute shares his insights in this video and I wanted to share it with you because he covers a lot very succinctly.
Facebook gets a lot of traffic as it delivers a lot of engaging material but this chart from the Business Insider should leave no doubt in any businesses minds as to whether they should be thinking about whether to bother becoming a part of the Social Media world.
The growth of Facebook is outstanding and any Company’s dream to become the ‘virtual place to be’. Going by these latest stats it doesn’t look like it is going to slow down anytime soon either!
We all have seen the fan comments that have embellished a businesses service or product because they know the owner and they think they’re helping build their friend’s fan base on the businesses Facebook Fan Page…. BUT… As the Business Owner you will be responsible for leaving fans’ misleading or deceptive testimonials on your Fan Page or Twitter feed.
If anyone is familiar with Google Buzz or Messenger Live then they are going to LOOOVVVEEEE having a Facebook email address!!! Only not everyone has access to getting it straight away… Facebook is rolling the access out by country or state – just like they did with Facebook Places.
Most businesses start an online presence with their website and then start the big job of actively advertising online by adding new content regularly to keep it listed in the search engines. Another alternative is to pay for Adwords so that others will find that website. But why spend all that money over and over again trying to gain new customers to a website when you could be duplicating the websites presence all over the internet for free?
Social Networking through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Blogger and other social networking sites is a very cost effective and time efficient way to build awareness and compel potential clients to check out your website too.