Come up with idea – check. Start business – check. Develop website – check. Sit back and watch the dollars roll in … um!
There is no denying it. The mobile marketing revolution is here. Sales of iPhones and Androids continue to escalate as Google Vice President Andy Rubin says more than 160,000 Android devices are sold and activated every day. More and more people are accessing their information on the move. But how prepared is your small business to deal with the changes? And what does this actually mean for your small business marketing?
The great thing about blogs, rather than books, is that they are interactive. These are amazing times we live in when we can comment and interact with other writers and bloggers too. Also “Blog Commenting” is considered Good Karma, and supportive of the fellow blogging community, if done properly.
Bloggers around the world UNITE! There are now approximately 200 million blogs on the world wide web, and blogging has only really taken off in the past 2-3 years.
And as being a blogger becomes a popular hobby, or as an add-on for a business, or even a full-time online business, more demand is being created to service this new market.
“Some teenager just called me lame for not being on foursquare. As I choked him, I wondered what foursquare even is.” 8:03 AM Jun 10th @Mickey__Rourke
To answer Mickey’s curiosity – Foursquare is a new social media network, and if you want to find out the full details, please visit my post – Is Foursquare a New Social Media Phenomenon?
foursquare iconThe interest in Foursquare is growing around the world, and from a marketing point-on-view, the opportunities for small business to reward loyal customers is huge. This is especially relevant for businesses in hospitality (restaurants, fast food, bars, night clubs, cafes and coffee shops) but also attractions and hotels.