Yes, you DO have time to market through social media
Some companies are clearly missing out. They worry that social media marketing will require a large time investment, so they have yet to give it a try. While it is true that the more you time you put into social media, the greater your results, you may be happy to learn that even 10 minutes a day can grow your brand. To make the most of your allotted time for social media, here are some tips and tools.
Facebook Page profile pictures are changing!
Facebook has just announced that the size of company Page profile pictures will be increasing from 125 by 125 pixels to 160 by 160 pixels on April 26th, 2012. The larger Page profile images will also sit 23 pixels from the left and 210 pixels from the top of the Page, which will destroy many creatively designed Timeline covers. Will it break yours?
LinkedIn Groups connect professionals with their clients
LinkedIn groups are powerful online discussion boards that attract engaged professionals to discuss and share ideas. You can create or participate in numerous LinkedIn Groups to:
Facebook Timelines Activated for Brand Pages
Earlier this morning Facebook opened up their new Timeline design for brand pages, so you can change your Facebook Page to the timeline any time before it automatically changes in 30 days. Here are some key changes you should know…
Promote your brand through Pinterest
What is Pinterest? Pinterest is a fast-growing social media site that allows users to create an online image collage, called a “board“, that users share with their friends and other Pinterest users. While browsing the site’s addicting content, you can “pin”…
Marketing, web and social media trends for 2012
As we watch 2011’s social media and web trends come to a close, it’s the perfect time to look ahead to the new technology and mindset that 2012 will offer the web and marketing worlds. Pick one or all of…
Could QR Code tattoos work for your brand?
QR codes, short for Quick Response codes, have been steadily incorporated into business cards, magazines and print advertisements since their re-invention in 2006.