Social media is not only for promoting about anything. It can also be
a powerful search tool to find specific answers for your questions.
Not only it can bring traffic to your site but it is now the common
way of sharing information about ourselves or things we find
Just recently, I was looking for details about a new resort, so I
searched it on Google, but unfortunately, there wasn't any
information available yet. Maybe the owner or the
management haven't posted any information online yet. What
I did, I put a question on my Facebook account whoever heard
of that resort or visited the place. To my surprise, one of my
friends replied, that one of her officemates went there just a
few weeks ago. I didn't wait too long to get answers to the
question I posted. Then another friend also responded that he
went there with his family. Then in less than an hour I got tips
on how to get there, I got information about the place, the
accommodation, and a lot of things more than I expected.
So what can you learn from this is that, social media is not only for
promoting your business and getting massive traffic to your blogs.
There is a ton of information and knowledge at our fingertips. So if
there are things you would like to know, try it out on your social
networks. Tapping knowledge from social media is like getting
personalized answers and the information you'll get is factual, based
on real experiences and you can be sure about it because that came
from your friends.
Social media is all about having a conversation because it provides a
two-way dialogue and allows for real discussion. So if you want to
be cleared about something, ask it on your networks.