Social media has now become a common way to connect with people and build meaningful interactions online. It helps you reconnect with old friends and truly serves as a good venue to catch up for the lost times. But, social networks are doing so much more than just connecting two nostalgic people from the opposite sides of the world. It also provides consumers with very convenient ways to connect with companies, businesses, brands, and media and vice versa. Many businesses are now seeing the undeniable power of social media. As a matter of fact, the majority of companies are now leaning towards using social networking marketing to build better presence on the Web and get their target customers to know about their brand.
Everywhere you turn these days are people talking about Facebook. If you are not on Facebook now, it's time to set up an account so you can begin branding yourself – your name and what your business is about.
Here is a new feature that Facebook is rolling out. It's called Embed Posts. Just one more way to integrate your blogging platform with Facebook. Looks pretty cool. Read more here: http://www.sitepronews.com/2013/08/30/facebook-embeddable-posts-great-news-site-owners/
If you want to explode your online business, you've got to be on Facebook. Facebook is a great resource to generate THOUSANDS of leads and sales. If you're not on Facebook, you're missing out on one of the largest sources of leads you'll ever find.
The new Facebook has arrived. Gone are the days where the latest updates are at the center of the page, the company info and tabs on the side and the thumbnail photos are at the top. It has grown up into the 'timeline' format. The timeline is front and center while the company info and photos lead the way. It's different and clean yet a lot of businesses don't know where to begin. Here's what a company needs to know about timeline pages.
Until recently, Facebook required pages and individual users to have at least 25 friends in order to claim a customized address extension. That meant any new users had to accept an ugly URL usually including a long number.