We all know Twitter can be a powerful tool for people to share their latest news or express their opinions from products to politics but if you still haven’t joined the Twitter world here’s a quick video which explains the very basics quickly.
A blog is a ‘tool’ so ‘how you use it’ depends on how effective it is in driving traffic to your website.
If you want your website to give more content by adding new or better detailed information on your business topic regularly then blogging is a good idea.
A blog can depict you or your business as experts in the industry you work in. Sharing any valuable insights or resources displays an expertise in your business topic that your customers are likely to be searching online for to know more about.
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.
It should come as no surprise that Facebook pulls off the most visited website of the year and is all the more reason why businesses need to consider very seriously about how to build into their marketing budget a Social Media plan!!!
No need to panic though! Facebook will still support Fanpages already using FBML code. It will only affect Fanpages wanting to create a custom page from 2011. Here’s an excerpt from Facebook Developers list of changes expected in the first quarter for 2011