Archive for the ‘Twitter’ Category

Sometimes social media marketing feels like shouting into the void. Every business worth its salt is online, especially on Twitter. How do you get heard?

So, who exactly are you connecting with online? When you start thinking about the relevance of your connections, you’ll see why the numbers just aren’t as important. Engaging with one hundred people online regularly is far better than listing ten thousand that you never have any interaction with.

Twitter is a very simple, yet efficient way for accountants and other business people to connect with existing or potential clients.

Ian Cleary is the founder and CEO of Razorsocial, is a writer for Social Media Examiner, will be speaking at Social Media Marketing World, and was named one of the top 100 B2B marketers mentioned on Twitter in the US Q1 2013.

The food service business is huge – new restaurants open every day, but many of them fail. Are you doing all you can to get the customers you deserve?

Learn how your business can add Twitter followers quickly and effectively. Make the most of your social media campaign with these tips!

Are you struggling to get more traffic from Twitter? It’s not as difficult as you may think. Learn more here.

Welcome to our very first #TYBspotlight where we feature David Glynn who is responsible for Sales & Marketing at the McWilliam Park Hotel. In this interview David talks about being named the ‘Best Hotel in Mayo’, the Irish hotel sector – and how online and social media are contributing to their success.

Social signals as we know them have been all the rage in the SEO sphere in the past two years or so. Danny Sullivan first wrote a thought-provoking article on social signals and their impact in SEO way back in December of 2010. That’s seems like an awfully long time ago, but Matt Cutts did confirm his strong speculation a few days later. Since then, social signals have continued to grow in importance.

Social media marketing is one way companies reach out and connect with their customers in an attempt to build brand loyalty and advertise new products. Take a look at these six companies that know how to use social media to its fullest and see how you can do the same in your social media campaigns.