To make this cutting-edge Twitter tool more popular for online business, Twitter has introduced a new feature called Custom Timeline.
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Tweak Your Biz has become an international super blog and business community. Over 100,000 businesses now visit every month and well over 500 contributors have written business articles for us. Earlier this year we celebrated our fourth year of growing the blog and community.
Digital revolution has profoundly reflected on users’ behavior and their higher expectations to participate and contribute more actively online. The new face of the internet has changed the interactive web experience of users. Nowadays, visitors expect to be impressed, involved and entertained.
Content curation is one of the best ways to make you a niche leader, but did you know that it can also engage your audience? This explains the why and how
Are you wondering how to get your Facebook fans excited about Christmas? Here are a few ideas that will help you think about how your brand can connect with your fans in the last few weeks of 2013.
There are an increasing number of businesses on Social Media frequently making key mistakes that stunt their social media growth.
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to tell your customers just how much you appreciate their business. Below are five ways to say “thanks” that will make a lasting impression.
MyKidsTime.ie is a listings website for parents and their children in Ireland and their continued success on Facebook offers wonderful insights to other SMEs on how to use Digital to grow your business. In this #TYBspotlight, I find out how this Irish SME is building a viral Facebook community and business. [Disclosure: I’ve been advising Chief Executive and Founder: Jill Holtz and her team for nearly 4 years]
So you've just on boarded a new client for your marketing firm, but they're still struggling with determining the target audience for their marketing efforts (and subsequently your efforts too).
Modern companies simply must dip into the social media pool to succeed, but a few mistakes could lead to reputation disaster, as well as fewer customers.