There are five important reasons why buying “friends” on Facebook is an incredibly bad idea.
An influencer is someone with a strong social media following in your industry. But getting their attention might take some patience.
While there’s no instant formula for turning Facebook “Likes” into sales, you can prompt people who “Like” your product into taking action.
While you should stick with Facebook and Twitter, it’s also worth keeping an eye out for niche social media sites related to your business.
Facebook users typically have very short attention spans. You must do something bold to catch their attention.
The essential thing to remember is that social networks exist based on relationships of trust.
If you’re wondering whether or not to have more than one account, you need to consider the kind of content you will send.
Twitter gives a business owner the ability to be as informal or formal as they like. There really is no limit in terms of your social personality.
Facebook competitions are great for large businesses, but they can be a struggle for start-ups. Here’s why.
As we all know, consumers like offers and sales, and this is the easiest way to gain a following. But tread carefully – do it too much and you will tarnish yourself with the “cheap” tag.
Social media has got to work for you and your business… if it doesn’t, don’t do it!
Here's the thing that's really important to remember when you start a business: you need to deliver a succinct elevator pitch – that is, get the gist of your business across in about 25 seconds.
I’m looking to give my business a social media presence but am a bit confused by all of the “expert” advice out there. Help!
Keep in mind - anyone who refers to themselves as a “guru” of anything, usually isn’t.