I can’t believe I made it through 2013 (and not just cause of what the Mayan’s had to say), but I was genuinely expecting 2012 to be a nightmare year. Why you ask? Because I was juggling a new business with an ever expanding “To Do List”, had one child at kinder (a measly 4hrs only 3 times a week) and waaaaaaay too many after school activities for the other two billy lids.
Blogging makes the readers of your blog more likely to do business with you and therefore result in making more money for your business, but how?
It is with much excitement that I announce that I have purchased the Social Rabbit brand and as of today will officially be the new Chief Rabbit in the Social Rabbit burrow.
Sport is inherently social, however many sporting organisations have chosen to steer well clear of social media due to the bad wrap it has received in the press – largely as a result of it being misused by athletes. Rather than focusing on the negatives, sporting organisations should take a look at how businesses have used this media effectively, the opportunities that social media provides and how this can be replicated within the context of a sporting organisation. As well as learning from successful businesses case studies, they should also learn from the mistakes made within sport and ensure good policies and procedures are in place to prevent similar incidents within their sport.
Many businesses have given up on traditional print media and are focusing all their efforts on social media to get their messages across. Whilst I am a big advocate for the power of social media, at this point in time, traditional print media should not be forgotten. Instead, you can use all the hard work you are putting into social media to increase your likelihood of getting column inches. Perhaps even the front page of the biggest newspaper in your region. That is what I achieved on behalf of two of my clients. Read on to find out how…
The new Facebook Pages incorporating Timeline provide several opportunities for your business to reflect your brand on your Business Page. One of those is the opportunity to change the images that appear on the application tabs that appear on your Facebook page just below the cover image. Here is an overview as to how you can change those images to optimise your branding and then rearrange the order to highlight the most important apps you want people to visit.