Each social media platform will have its distinct uses and advantages. You can be successful with each platform individually since every customer would find a different platform that they feel comfortable with. Unless you combine all of them, you wouldn’t be able to get the results you envisioned. Using Facebook for Marketing Your Business Facebook is still the most popular social media platform today, offering companies various integrated tools for marketing their business. It is a great place to keep […]
Whether you’re building an online store or maintaining a blog, it’s pretty trendy to add a set of social media icons to your website. The most common of them are Facebook, Twitter, Multiply. Sometimes, web designers also add a Flicker icon to link an online album of products or photo samples, in the case of people displaying their skills in photography.
One of the biggest challenges a website owner faces is that of traffic; generating high volume of traffic to be precise. As an owner of a couple of websites, I go into panic every time the visitor count is down to a couple of hundred. In order to ensure a steady growth in my visitor count, I turned to Twitter.
Social networking is still like a baby finding it’s feet and so it remains to be seen in which direction this baby will be headed and how soon. Whether it will go Tweet tweet or simply be Facebook. Social media sites like Twitter and Facebook attract thousands of unique visitors every month. But for businesses, the crucial question is which of these two sites is best for getting their message across to their target audience.