- Use tweets as testimonials; favorite them and post them to your website
- Put tweets in presentations
- Circulate a digest of your tweets internally; link to the tweets to show the source and commentary
- Display your most recent tweets on your website
Date: March 5, 2012
How does your small business reach people? If your answer doesn’t have ‘online’ anywhere in it, you’re overlooking huge opportunities. We live in a highly connected world right now, where people have phone-sized computers in their pockets at all times. With a great online marketing strategy, you can reach them wherever they are, and can be everywhere they are.
The days of traditional marketing aren’t over yet, and may never completely die, but ignoring new methods will give your competition an edge. This great infographic from BOLT Insurance has great ideas on how to keep up.
For eZanga’s 9th Birthday, the company had a barbeque themed picnic and a staff kickball tournament. Work Hard, Play Hard, Eat Hard!
In this week’s Twitter Tuesday…
- Ochocinco drops $8,000 on taking 200 of his Twitter followers out to dinner
- Federal Reserve launches a Twitter account
- ChirpClock.com uses tweets to tell time
Watch TV. Check-in. Get rewards. It really is that simple with Viggle, a new app for iOS devices. (via Viggle: A TV Junkie’s Dream)
Last week in the Twitterverse…
- A couple’s wedding is saved by the generosity of others on Twitter
- Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose take to Twitter to announce engagement
- Lady Gaga becomes the first user to get to 20 million followers
Facebook Timeline for brand pages was only announced yesterday, but brands have already showed tremendous innovation in updating their pages. Brand pages, with their big and beautiful cover photos, have the ability to become a detailed scrapbook of a company’s past and present.