Archive for the ‘Twitter’ Category

Using social media can be a really creative, fun, and effective tool for crowdsourcing your company and your company’s projects. But using social media haphazardly can have disappointing results.

It can be really difficult to keep up to date with what’s happening in the internet marketing world. Here are my 5 internet marketing trends that I’m suggesting you (and your business) can definitely no longer afford to Ignore.

Mark Shaw is an author, Twitter consultant, trainer and enjoys speaking to large audiences as a public speaker, in fact the larger the audience the better. He also loves a good radio or tv interview, all on the subject of Twitter. So I thought I would ask Mark how he got involved with Twitter and who his idol is plus what he has planned for his new venture. He also gets to share some Twitter tips on the way.

Every day I see tweets from Jeff Bullas linking to his Social Media and Online Marketing blog posts – and they are all an excellent read. He knows his stuff and conveys it to his audience in an engaging way. Being listed in the Forbes Top 50 Social Media Influencers is just one of his many achievements. So you can imagine my delight when Jeff agreed to me interviewing him. He tells me about the young Jeff Bullas, his background and how he got involved in Social Media, even giving us some tips too.

With the newest Twitter header it’s essential that you maximize this redesign to help your branding or social media marketing.

I read an article just today where it was confirmed that Facebook are currently testing a new feature that – in my opinion – may become as popular and ubiquitous as the ‘Like’ button. This feature is the ‘Want’ button, and is a way for users to announce their desire or interest in a particular product or service within the walls of the social network. The ‘Want’ button should function in the same way as the Like button. If you ‘want’ a product, you hit the button in much the same way as you hit ‘Like’ to publicly announce your approval or admiration for a particular status update.

The changing pace of technology into real time communications means we could be killing ourselves slowly, but is this behaviour healthy? If you remember a day where no mobile phone would ring in your pocket, or the latest news would be published at the break of dawn, then you will certainly be able to appreciate the effect of real time communications in today’s world.

When A Blog Becomes A Business: Hunters Lodge Living – read about how a hobby blog can become a very successful small and thriving business.

The following post is a joint collaboration between Elish Bul-Godley (@elishbulgodley) and Neil Sisson (@neilsisson).  Not everyone can afford to hire a marketing consultant, […]

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