We’ve established that search engines and social media platforms thrive on content. We’ve gotten to this point because it’s what people crave.
Late last year, Google+ added its Communities, which are much like its name, a circle that is dedicated to a topic that other like-minded people can be a part of, allowing you to grow your network while socializing on subjects that you enjoy. It seems
Many Tweeters follow the way Twitter has it setup for us to respond to our followers and therefore we do so accordingly, not much thought goes into the way we respond so much so as we would to how we respond.
Google+ is a site that you can connect to on the social influencing tool, Klout, however if you want the activities you make on Google+ to actually count towards your overall Klout score you need to go beyond your circles and extended circles.
Facebook Pages are important to keep updated on a regular basis, but that doesn’t mean we have a lot of time to go to our page and update them at optimal times for posting. Therefore we turn to third-party apps to help us manage various
Not every blogger knows Search Engine Optimization (SEO); some people just simply want a platform to write on and to have readers. Yet, SEO plays a factor in gaining readers and therefore not knowing it can easily get you lost within the shuffle of all
As you are more than aware of, Google Adwords is a tremendous way for businesses to advertise their products or services.
Today I learned something new thanks to the Social Media Manager at O’Brien Auto Group, Dane Brooks. He had turned to me for answers on how-to turn off the “Also On” feature that is now displaying on Facebook Pages. This feature is so new, that
Facebook is constantly changing and at times, it is difficult to keep up, but at a closer glance, many of the changes might actually be helpful to your business. One such alteration, noticed only recently, was done very quietly by Facebook to the Business pages.
The Automotive Industry is not only reinventing themselves using Social Media but with their vehicles as well. Taking the sales out of the person and replacing it with service, we are witnessing an evolutionary trend unfold, that is our communication history in the making. Thirty