Feel that you're babbling away on social media and no one’s listening, or they aren't participating in the conversation? It's difficult to build a relationship with someone if the conversation is always one-sided. To connect and improve engagement, you need to get creative.
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As a small business out there in the big virtual world seeking a place to advertise on Facebook, there are a few things to know before signing up and dishing out your hard-earned money. Learn the necessary steps and useful terms associated with Facebook Ads.
So is social media right for you? The first step to creating a plan for your social media campaign is to set realistic goals. Ask yourself what you want to achieve through social media marketing? Here are 5 realistic goals you can strive for...
Being a page administrator on Facebook means having the power to, in multiple ways, target your business' posts and wall activity toward specific users. This power translates directly into advantages when you tap into the features that Facebook's Targeting Specs has to offer.
Oh, the social share button as common as it is controversial. Facebooks Like or Twitters Tweet or Googles +1 or Pinterests Pin-It provide an easy way for site visitors to share your content while you reap the SEO and social benefits...
If you already blog on a regular (or at least somewhat regular) basis, you can turn your blog posts into a email newsletter automatically whenever you update your blog. Did we mention that the process is automatic?! It is called RSS-to-Email.
Social media marketing is one of the fastest growing marketing channels today - which of the ever increasing social media channel options work best for you, your business and your customers.
We entered a photo of our loyal office dog Quigley in LuvGear's Top Dog Photo Contest. We just found out Quigley made it to the top 10 finalists in his size category! In case you're wondering what the category is, it's "small", but Quigley's personality is "HUGE".
Online marketing through social media sites like Twitter and Facebook can be a powerful tool for large and small brands alike. Why use social media for your business?