When it comes to social media, banker hours are far from the norm. People are talking 24/7, not just Monday through Friday 9 to 5!
For a business and marketers it can be hard to get your voice heard as posts and tweets are coming (and going) at a rapid pace with only a small part of your audience actually seeing them at any given time.
You have finally mastered getting your business on Facebook, Twitter and even LinkedIn. These social networks are great ways to get your company visible on the web and ways to get links back to your website. Another social way that has become important in enhancing traffic to your site is social bookmarking.
At one time or another all of us have “Googled” ourselves. If you have a unique name you may find some interesting old data on yourself that maybe inaccurate and/or not represent yourself today in a positive light. Welcome to Web 2.0!
With the help of smartphones and tablets, more email is now being read on mobile devices (36%) then on a desktop client (33%) or via webmail (31%). according to a study done by Litmus, email opens in the past year have also skyrocketed, as a full 80% of emails seen on a mobile device are now actually looked at.
You may have thought it was enough to simply have and manage a business’s Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube and Flickr page. But Instagram and its 100 million monthly active users should be enough of a reason to give it some marketing love as well for your business.
Did you know that by this year, mobile phones are expected to be the #1 web access device beating out both the desktop and laptop? Did you also know that mobile coupons get 10 times the redemption rate of traditional coupons? As you can see and read mobile is becoming and needs to be an essential part of your marketing mix, even though it is still a relatively young marketing channel.
Today, I have decided to share one of my favorite websites with the Big Couch Media Group Blog followers. This helpful website is mainly for marketing experts but offers a few good tips for the novice marketer or anyone that wants to learn more about how to communicate better with potential customers and clients. Check out this website and read a past blog post from, SocialMediaDudes.