It seems that more and more time is being spent using Google+, at least for me. Yes, I’ve heard people say that Google+ isn’t relevant and that no one really uses it, but I find that it’s helpful in its own ways. Sure we can post things to Twitter and to Facebook, but for me,… Continue reading How “1” Is Not The Loneliest Number But Rather A Sign of Popularity
Recently I’ve started to delve into Facebook’s advertising platform. Initially it struck me a bit confusing as I tried to look at setting up a campaign. Normally if you were going to create a campaign, you’d focus on the keywords and your daily price on what you feel comfortable bidding on. But instead, Facebook’s ad… Continue reading The Transformation of Online Advertising To Social Advertising
This is a cross-blog post from Network Solutionâ€™s Solutions Are Power website that I guest wrote. Originally posted onÂ SolutionsArePower.comÂ on April 27, 2009. As with all typical marketing programs, companies feel that they must advertise in every medium in order to get the word out about their product. With the Internet, this is all done through… Continue reading Turning to the Internet for success during a recession – Part 3 – Online Advertising
Earlier today I received a tweet in my timeline from Adrian Chan who posed an interesting thought. If Twitter went the way of Google and decided to find a way to optimize tweets so that they could be found easier, how would we SEO them? Well I think that’s a wrong way for Twitter to… Continue reading SEO and Twitter just don’t mix.