Posts Tagged ‘network’

why incorporate facebook into your overall marketing strategy?

October 25th, 2010

As published in Whole Foods Magazine October 25, 2010

With a FaceBook here and a FaceBook there, here a FaceBook there a FaceBook everywhere a FaceBook … yes, if Old MacDonald was around, he, too, would be on FaceBook. But why? Why the rage? Why is everyone on FaceBook and why would a business be on FaceBook?

Lets start by looking at the basic numbers*:

  • There are over 500 million ACTIVE users (these are people that have returned to the site in the last 30 days).
  • 50% of users log in on any given day.
  • Approximately 150,000,000 users are located in the United States.
  • People spend over 700 billion minutes per month on FaceBook (collectively).
  • Over 700,000 businesses have a “FaceBook Page.”
  • Over 70 translations of FaceBook are available globally.
  • Average user has 130 friends (think of word of mouth).

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4 frequently asked questions about LinkedIn

July 19th, 2010

In June of this year, LinkedIn topped 70 million users worldwide. But, what does this really mean?  Why have a LinkedIn profile and how can it help in business?  These are typically great questions and often asked by many individuals who have not yet grasped the idea of online marketing and using Social Media as a means to build business and create connections with potential customers.  Here are a few common questions about LinkedIn and how to benefit from using this powerful Social Media Platform.

Q. I already have a profile on LinkedIn, but don’t really see any advantage or how it can benefit my business.

A. The key to anything we do online is to be active.  LinkedIn gives you the ability to make yourself stand out from the rest of the crowd in several ways. » Read more: 4 frequently asked questions about LinkedIn

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simple question – simple answer – what is social media?

May 6th, 2010

I guess I am still surprised at how many people I come across that are not familiar with the Social Media Revolution happening.  I am still asked what is Social Media. What does it do? At a recent event where Starr Hall was the keynote speaker, she asked the audience if everyone was familiar with social media and so many did not know what it was.

Now most people have heard of FaceBook and Twitter, LinkedIn or MySpace.  Most just don’t know how to use them effectively or that they are considered social media platforms.

So in this very simple and basic video put together off the cuff at my desk, I answer the simple question: What is social media?

Enjoy.

Frank Guzzo is an international speaker and the owner of Emerging Sales Success, a sales and marketing consulting company specializing in social media marketing and focused on building solutions for regional, national and international businesses alike. We keep up with trends, filter the noise and help companies like yours put social media to work.  To learn more about us, our services, and how you can use social media marketing to build your brand or to hire Frank as a speaker for your next event, contact us. 1-877-617-7717

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how social media marketing can build your business profile

March 17th, 2010

As the popularity of social media keeps on increasing, businesses of all sizes and types are identifying methods in which social network platforms can assist them to better respond, comprehend and grab the attention of targeted audiences. Consequently, organizations are now opting for improving sales through social-media at a quick pace, embracing wikis, social websites, blogs and other strategies to realize their branding or public relations objectives.

Increasing sales through social media sites is really an inexpensive and powerful way to market and promote your business profile. By tapping into the strengths of social-media networks, you can keep a bull’s eye on what is happening around the world.

Businesses Gain Three Major Benefits by Branding Through Social-Media

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