With the veritable deluge of social media sites coming up, it is quite difficult to identify the ones that are the most appropriate for promoting your business. Managing a business profile on all social media sites does not work well either. You need to choose the right ones, depending upon the type of your business.
The core strength of Web 2.0 is interaction. Internet social media marketing uses platforms that combine social interaction and technology. It empowers companies to engage in a two way communication with their clients, prospective customers and strategic business partners. The wide reach of social media has made it a very powerful tool for any marketer.
Isn't it exciting to witness the rising effectiveness of social media as a great business promotion tool? Well, the world is tweeting, following, adding followers and building their brand image to laugh all the way to the banks, thanks to social media interactions. So, what is Social Media after all: To the uninitiated, however, the
Yahoo Twitter Content Sharing Deal, Real Time Search Integration already Implemented Yahoo has finally managed to win the deal with Twitter. In an effort to jump on to the social media bandwagon, Yahoo has join hands with microblogging giant, Twitter, to integrate social media feeds. Emphasizing on the importance of this deal, Twitter co-founder Biz
In terms of expansion, Google shares its tendency with Alexander the Great. Google is certainly the uncrowned king of the Internet, but it keeps extending its territories by launching new products. However, not every product enjoys as successful a fate as Gmail. After Google Wave failed to create waves among netizens, the company has launched
Last Saturday, @HeARTwork (an artist whom I follow on twitter) posted, “My wish for today for twitter? STOP selling your stuff for the moment and just enjoy your relationships with peeps eh? ” She is not the only one who wants spammers to stop corrupting Twitter. What’s up on Twitter? The Twitterati is sick of
Information technology has been the underlying cause of business transformation for the past couple of decades. In the last couple of years, it has changed the way organizations communicate with their target audience. The cheap availability and wide reach of the Internet has got companies to reconsider their online presence and to use it for
Bean there...Done that... At Starbucks, it is all about ‘you.' Chanting the simple mantra of "people before products," the company has been able to communicate that it cares about consumer experience. It gave them a platform to speak their minds. Once this was in place, all that had to be done was spotting what people