Facebook It's not just for kids..... (it's your business after all)
TIP NUMBER 1: Facebook changes. They believe in upgrading and making your time on Facebook an enjoyable experience. They also want you to be more social – and connected. If you don’t want to be social online --- either don’t, or hire someone who does . Facebook is not the place for businesses who don’t want to be social.
Melanie Montieth Nelson - Blogging Basics 101 says:
“ I stated privately in a few Facebook groups I’m part of that Timeline and apps associated with it will be rolled out to the masses first. Then, when people are comfortable with the layout, it will be rolled out to pages as well. The impact of Timeline on pages will be big. Businesses will be able to curate how their customers see them; highlight specific campaigns and interactions; and create new campaigns that include interactive apps, soundtracks, testimonials, images, and video. It will change the social media marketing landscape completely . “
With Google Trends, you can compare the world’s interest in your favorite topics. Enter up to five topics and see how often they’ve been searched on Google over time. Google Trends also shows how frequently your topics have appeared in Google News stories, and in which geographic regions people have searched for them most.
Another great way to connect to others that may be your customers, your mentors, your potential customers or your competition!
230,000,000 Tweets per day
100,000,000+ active users
What does Twitter do for businesses?
As a business, you can use Twitter to quickly share information, gather market intelligence and insights, and build relationships with people who care about your company. Often, there is already a conversation about your business happening on Twitter.