Pinterest, the photo sharing network, has been growing and growing, and has been especially helpful in generating new business for some online stores.
Being on Twitter and updating your Tweets is not enough. There are thousands of potential customers or even business contacts on Twitter, and you need to truly understand how to maximise the time you spend on Twitter so that it is an effective marketing tool for your business.
One of the biggest trends in 2011, was for business pages to gather “fans”. These are people who click “Like” on a particular Facebook business page. There has been ongoing debate about whether the quantity of fans really means more income for the business, and this leads to discussions on what is the short and long term value of having a fan.
The next big change to our Facebook profiles is truly upon us. Yes Facebook is messing with us yet again, and this time it’s another change to our design of our profiles called – Facebook Timelines.
Twitter is up there with Facebook and LinkedIn as one of the most popular and powerful social networks on the web. Not just for micro-blogging, Twitter can be an amazing business and professional engagement tool.