Marketing your brand
There are multiple social networking sites that can help build your brand with a reasonable amount of input from you. They tend to work with different reader sets, so depending on your products or brand you may want to select some but not all.
Pinterest is a little bit trickier in terms of extending existing content as the platform is visually driven thus making the type and nature of content you’re able to post fairly limited. If your time is restricted and at this stage in your …
Pinterest is growing rapidly and many marketers think it may beat Google plus.
All eyes are on Pinterest, the social network that lets users collect and share images found on the Web by “pinning” them on virtual pinboards. Th.
If you want to know whats going on at Google, before your competitors do then read their blog.
So today we’re introducing a more functional and flexible version of Google+. We think you’ll find it easier to use and nicer to look at, but most importantly, it accelerates our efforts to create a simpler, more beautiful Google.
Facebook is easily as big as Google and is a marketing area one cannot avoid.
If you do your digital marketing right, you can build a Facebook following, and maintain the aura of luxury.
Just getting as many likes on Facebook as possible does not necessarily mean that you will build your brand successfully. Its easy to get likes, getting the right ones is harder.
Whenever someone asks me to be their friend on Facebook, I’m flattered. Who would have thought so many people like me? Then I realize why: the act of friending simulates the ultimate act of opting into a conversation.
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