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What great tips for advertising on Facebook. I truly think that companies are now going to have to think of using social media to advertise. More and more people are on the sites and not looking at other methods that advertising is in.
This was a great post. I’m a person who looks at the title then scrolls down to see how long a blog post is. If it is to long for my liking I tend to read the first and last paragraph along with headings. I also find that I write a blog first sticking to what I want/need to say and then make it long if I feel it is needed.
This is a great Infographic! I am just starting to use Google+ and am trying to sell businesses on using it too. I will be sure to tell them about this article.
I also find that explaining how Hashtags work in Google+ the same as Twitter is helpful.
What a great article. I have just gotten into Twitter Chats and these are some great notes to remember when participating in them.
I love the comparison to the President election. It's so true, I find myself always leaning towards the brands that I understand. I use Apple products because I understand them and when I need help I talk to a person who relates to my problem and doesn't talk down to me while solving it. A resent campaign I created for College students was such a hit unlike other campaigns like it because we used students to talk to students. Not adults telling students what to do. If an adult told me to stop drinking when I was in College, I probably would have drank more.
This article is a real eye opener. Everybody is talking about the online influencer with a lot of followers but you opened the door for other options. I love the idea of talking to the sales associates or those who make the product. Not only can you get them to endorse your brand but you can find out what they think needs to be improved.