Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, MySpace, Squidoo, the list goes on and on. Social media is still hot and people will tell you that if you are not in on social media your business will suffer. It may seem like everyone has a Facebook fan page these days and you may be feeling left out. Before you start diving in and shelling out the cash with an “expert” or buy a “system” that will “do all the work for you” there are some key actions you should do first to ensure you come out a winner in the social media arena.
With more and more marketers blogging these days, it’s getting harder and harder to make a splash in an otherwise crowded marketplace. But that shouldn’t stop you from having a plan to blog about your business in the coming new year.
With search engines concentrating evermore on organic writing, high frequency and relevant keywords, the notion that ‘Content is King‘ should be the foundation of your marketing strategy for 2010.
The Internet Is Forever. Anyone that spends time online, including using social media such as Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Squidoo, YouTube, the list is endless, needs to understand that everything they post online can and will come back to haunt them.
Can you think of anything you did in the past that you regret? Imagine having that come up on a Google search complete with pictures and video.
Keywords are becoming ever more important in all aspects of online marketing because the search engines are now indexing content from almost every location on the web.
If your company is new to Pinterest, you can sign up for a business account. If your business has an existing account, you can convert it.
Let me start by saying that if you are going to stay safe online, never enter or post any data in social media that you would not want discussed on national news. Recently Facebook changed their privacy settings making it harder to limit your posts to specific people. That got a lot of people angry […]
As far Google (and other) are concerned your home business is not welcome. If you have not heard about this then you are missing some very important information and, if you are not prepared, this can seriously damage to your home business.Google (which own YouTube and Blogger) and other sites such as Squidoo and WordPress.com […]
A list of rules that need to be considered when building a business online – especially when using social media such as Pinterest, Facebook, and Foursquare.