So you’re tweeting away on Twitter about your latest blog…posting links to industry related articles…engaging with people, and so forth. You’ve followed some of your favorite folks, tweeted about your favorite place to eat sushi, and others are now following you. Like the dentist in Calgary and the life coach in Scotland.
What about the users in your own backyard? How do you find geographically closer prospects who may be interested in your offer?
What is the most popular online activity? Social networking, of course. According to Nielsen, social networking is twice as popular as online games, the second most popular online
Here is a good question: If you had to pay to use Twitter, would you still participate? While half of all Americans have tried free apps such as Twitter,
Who better to ask a question of than a trusted friend? That’s exactly what Facebook was thinking when they rolled out their newest feature, Facebook Questions. Now, Facebook
In the film, Grosse Pointe Blank, there is a scene where a store employee is listening to earphones, his back to the store, as he plays a video
We all have certain things that we do everyday. We get up, brush our teeth, get ready for work, make the kids breakfast, have our coffee and start
One of the more widely used tracking tools is Google Analytics. This is a Google based service that you can plug into your website or blog to measure
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