Google Plus is the first social media platform offered by Google which actually seems to make sense. Of course, Google had to be “different” than other social sites, so it uses the circle concept instead of the traditional “followers” approach used by Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and most other sites. The big question, of course, is how to get people to add you to their circles. Here are a few strategies.
The business side of the web is so rife with hypocrisy that many everyday happenings would make a corrupt politician – in other words, every politician – blush. In no area is the hypocrisy clearer than when it comes to the issue of buying followers for your social media accounts.
Instagram is a high-speed train charging down the social media tracks. You need to get on board for the wild ride right now, because studies suggest most of your competitors have yet to buy their tickets. Here’s a quick guide to how to get started.
The “news” is out. Social media marketing doesn’t really work.
Facebook is a waste of money!
Nobody is on Google Plus!
Twitter is for the narcissistic!
Nobody important is on Pinterest!
What’s with these endless damn LinkedIn invitations?!
The web is packed with so much helpful advice it is amazing anyone can actually get anything done. In fact, one of the “amazing” things you soon realize is most of the advice out there not only sucks, but is contradictory. This is particularly true when looking at suggestions on the best time to post to Facebook to engage with people following you.
It’s amazing how wrong social media marketing experts are when it comes to being successful on Twitter. To be blunt, everything you’ve heard about is 180-degrees wrong when it comes to the big “T.” That’s because the way Tweeps actually behave is ass-backwards.
Businesses don’t mention Pinterest as often as they should when discussing social media strategies. This is strange, since historically the platform has been nearly perfect for selling products. Actually, we can now rewrite the last sentence, to eliminate the words “historically” and “nearly perfect” and just say “the platform is perfect for selling products.” Pinterest […]
Social media sites are fascinating. Regular interchanges on these sites have become a crucial part of everyday life for the majority of people – who ten years ago could only interact with friends and family by phone or email. It’s even more incredible to think about the roles that Twitter and Facebook played during the […]