In the past, I have penned some notes on why I think Google is a Facebook killer in the business realm and let’s face it if you are in business and you are not at least partially invested in Google, then you are pretty much a follower and not a leader!
In the past week, we have seen Instagram now offer profiles and also Pinterest offer business pages. Instagram is an overwhelming popular app that allows – via mobile devices like iPhone and Android, the user the ability to take
A little firestorm has been developing since Ken Krogue a contributor at Forbes Magazine recently penned an article title “The Death Of SEO: The Rise of Social, PR, And Real Content” and followed up with another excellent article on feedback with some additional thoughts.
You have something to say and can’t wait to get it out in the blogosphere. Raka and Bitly have got together and done some data crunching to showcase just what is the best time of day to send those Tweets, and add to your Facebook, Google+ profiles
Facebook (FB) allows you to convert your profile into a page? This is great for people who started on FB as a profile but also allowed people they do not know to follow them. Since the early days, FB added pages as a way for businesses to promote their goods and service.
Ever since Google introduced Google+ to us a few months back we have seen a rapid acceleration in features both on Facebook and Google+, particularly on the personal front, whilst business pages and groups are being left behind.
No one can deny the success of Facebook and Twitter – the astronomical user base of these Internet giants speak for themselves. However one thing they both lack is creativity in their business models.