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Read for a short snapshot of what these 6 core influence principles mean and observe the current time example from our social media world.
A professional portrait of yourself is important! By having a great photographer take that perfect professional image for your social media accounts it will help you open doors and create relationships.
Blogs can be an excellent tool for both direct and indirect promotion. This means we must classify them as business tools not just marketing tools. However, I’m not saying that blogs are just a form of online marketing, because they do have their place in traditional online marketing plan which including banner ads, video ads, or part of a social media marketing strategy or content marketing strategy.
Facebook has made an option available for those individuals that question whether or not to maintain a profile or switch to a Page. You may now convert your personal user profiles to an official business Page, turning all your friends into fans. You can do this at:
There’s no excuse not to blog – even if you’re not able to put much effort into writing posts. Google acknowledges that web results will give relevant and up-to-date information as search results. A blog allows you to provide the updated content in an effective and easy way.
Social media will not be ignored. Social media may be difficult to grasp and that’s ok, even the industry leaders define “Social Media” differently.
Facebook is a wonderland of opportunity for local businesses. It not only allows you to target ads but you and your business can engage with fans. Sadly this is not the case for most local businesses. They are not using Facebook effectively and instead are seriously using it to their disadvantage.
Just because you occasionally do the embarrassing and stupid thing doesn’t mean it’s something to include on Facebook. Along the same lines, the Huffington Post provides a slideshow of 13 things you can—but really shouldn’t—tell your Facebook friends. Items that should not be shared include: Your birth date and place Your mother’s maiden name Your …