We all get a buzz out of breaking the rules now and then; crossing the road when the green man isn’t flashing; using a neighbour’s bin when your own is full, mostly with impunity, (by the way, I don’t personally do either of theses, in case my neighbours are reading this.) So why do we get so wound up over the rules on the use of social media?
I am not a huge fan of free tips on anything, mainly as they are often given by people that don’t really know what they are talking about, as it is not their core business they are giving away. I often think it is a bit like asking a carpenter for plumbing advice, you wouldn’t do it! Would you?
In light of next week's Entrepreneur Country Workshop, titled 'How Small Businesses Can Win in a Socially Connected World' in partnership with Constant Contact UK, we decided to ask a few members of our community what 'big wins' they have had as a result of optimising their time on social media. Here is what they told us.
Social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter have enormous audiences but what’s the best way to communicate your business proposition to this potential source of revenue?
Social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter have enormous audiences, but what’s the best way to communicate your business proposition to this potential source of revenue?
The internet is a treasure trove of incredible empowerment. In April last year, I read about a boy, whose brother was working as a sweeper on India’s trains, who got lost and separated from his mother in 1986, when he was five. He found her. A quarter of a century later. Using Google Earth.
The concept of Intellectual Property (IP) is well proven as a powerful incentive that drives creativity and innovation, but it is increasingly being challenged by a highly connected world, particularly in all aspects of digital information and content life-cycle.
I have been involved in business since the age of 19 and working with SME’s on their social media for over 6 years. I know how great it is when a client executes their social media strategy and sees the results.
The subject line, headline and lead are the most important aspects to any email campaign. So how do you write better ones and build a memorable marketing strategy around them?
We see millions of new blogs posted every week in the UK alone. There is no one way to make sure your post is in that top 1% however, here are some strategies and tips I use to make sure my blog receives the best possible exposure.