The internet has become a very important part of small business. Blogging has exploded, allowing people from across the world to share their thoughts and opinions with people all over the world. It allows for information to be found for any small company. The following is a list of the top ten reasons why a business owner should get a wordpress blog.
Time – tweeting takes time, and what small business owner do you know that isn’t time poor? If you had a few hours spare each week to tweet, there are better ways to spend it.
Don’t get advice from a non-Twitter. I listened to a buddy of mine and he told me to go to the search bar and just follow as many people in my niche as I could. I thought it made sense at first because just like any other social media website , adding friends are part of the deal. Well, needless to say, this was mistake # 1. Not only was I lopsided on my followers/following , almost 5 following to every 1 follower, my account eventually got suspended. First time ever being removed from a comprar followers españoles. This did not sit well with me and I no longer take advice from buddy anymore. Well…social media advice anyway. So my recommendations to you is to take your time and let the follows come naturally. This will make you look more like the real deal as opposed to a desperate twitter user.
Social Media is full of wishy-washy slogans like ‘enter the conversation’, ‘meet customers on their terms’ and ‘let customers tell you what they want from your business’. How is a small business owner to make sense of any of this, let alone make money for their business?
Customisation – Twitter allows you 140 characters per ‘tweet’. Sure, you can customise the picture on your profile, but who cares? Twitter allows zero customisation to give your business profile an edge, nor does it offer opportunity to capture business leads.
While Peoplestrings credibility could soon change there is valid proof of people getting paid all over the internet (facebook, youtube, etc.) So Peoplestring is by no means a scam. Not only that but they have been featured in MSNBC-CBSNEWS and they are a publicly traded company.
Site visitors want to know details as soon as possible. If they have to work too hard to find out what you’re offering, they will likely leave. You need to be clear on what you want them to do. Don’t sell more than one thing from your landing page. Decide on the main action you want them to take, and talk about only that. The best thing to do on your landing page is to offer your client something that will sign them up to your list.
Be patient. Social media doesn’t always move. Sometimes, you won’t show up in the SERPs at once. Taking drastic measures, like buying an extensive quantity of links, can ask your website banned in advance it ever gets off the ground. We’d each one like to be #1 in a month, but the reality (and aggressive nature) of the SERPs is that this just isn’t a possibility.