Do you manage a Twitter account for your small business? Do you often get confused as to whom, on Twitter, you should be speaking, and just what exactly you should say? Well, good news! In June of last year, Twitter rolled out a free analytics tool—called Twitter Analytics—that will help you answer these questions for […]
If you’ve used Twitter for your small business, you’ve probably noticed the pluses of this social media platform. Not only does Twitter provide a way for you to connect with your consumers in real time, it also allows for users to talk openly about your brand and stay updated on industry news. However, despite these […]
Since Google + communities launched nearly a year ago, over 100,000 communities have been created. These communities range in size from just a handful of people to several hundred thousand and cover just about any topic you can think of.
As more and more companies are joining Google + for social media and SEO purposes, communities […]
Earlier this summer I wrote a post about Twitter no no’s for small businesses. In it, I discussed several common practices that you should avoid if you want your business to find success on Twitter. The next week I followed that post up by discussing how to write the perfect tweet.
This week I would like […]
As the world of social media continues to evolve into a powerful marketing tool for small business, new platforms like Instagram Video and Vine are beginning to take the reigns. Both Instagram Video (15 seconds max) and Vine (6 seconds max) are designed for users to create short videos. Unlike Youtube, which doesn’t have a time limit, […]
If you are reading this, chances are you have decided to introduce your small business to the social media world. Don’t worry, you have made the right choice! A majority of your potential clients/consumers are already using social media and now you have the opportunity to reach them.
Twitter is a gold mine when it comes […]