There are many sources for great information on the web about how to use Digital Marketing for your business. In addition to our own postings, we use our Fab 5 postings to share articles and experts we feel provide great original ideas and insights on a certain topic. These articles will address a range of topics, from the strategic to the tactical, and they will help expand your knowledge of how to use Twitter for your small business.
Source: Search Engine Journal
Date: March 28, 2011
Google and Bing are constantly working on integrating the social and search results. Social media becoming the voice of the people cannot be ignored or neglected. Twitter is the most popular micro blogging platform as of today .Twitter is a large network and has the potential to supplement your SEO activities . If the tweets from your account are focused and topical then it surely helps you to establish your online reputation and build a brand online. But, on the contrary, vague tweets do not have any SEO benefit and it is just a sheer waste of time and energy.
Date: May 07, 2010
A company account has numerous advantages and benefits over a personal account, and it can greatly increase your brand and traffic online. You can connect with other companies in your industry, network with high profile people, drive traffic and leads, and interact with your customers. Here is a quick guide to set up a Twitter business account in 3 easy steps
Source: Social Media Examiner
Date: March 25, 2010
By honing your social networking skills and adapting them to this fast-paced environment, you can use Twitter as the starting point to build a strong business network.
There are two parts to networking on Twitter:
- First, you need to connect with the people you want to get to know.
- Second, you need to find a way to establish relationships with the right people and get beyond the scope of Twitter.
Source: Windmill Networking
Date: April 14, 2011
With an estimated user base that is now double that of LinkedIn at more than 200 million users, Twitter is less about what we are doing now and more about becoming a channel for customer service, consumer campaigns, and big brands to engage with their present and potential customers. Needless to say, with the mass usage and attention to tweeting on the Internet, many businesses have taken advantage of the site for its marketing potential. This has become such a popular and fruitful business tactic that Twitter have included an entire section on how businesses can use Twitter to share information with interested potential customers, gather product feedback and build relationships with consumers, partners and influential people.
Source: Brian Solis
Date: June 16, 2010
Social networks and blogs are changing how consumers find places and services, how and where they share their experiences, and eventually, where they will spend their time and money. Without an understanding of, and participation in, social networks, you can miss shaping and contributing to the decision-making process of those who define the success of your business.