Social Media Resources
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No matter what social media platform floats your bost – Blogs, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Foursquare or watching cats playing the piano on YouTube you will find something useful on this page although it is predominantly targeted at business users…
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May 9th, 2011 by Lauren Drell
When Foursquare 3.0 launched in March, the app’s entire merchant platform was revamped. The location-based service offered more options for specials — and made it quicker and easier to set them up. To date, more than 250,000 small and large businesses have signed up on Foursquare’s free platform for businesses; many of these have offered specials.
The beauty of a Foursquare special — aside from rewarding your customers and getting them back in the door — is that when users often check out the “Specials Nearby” menu when they first open the app. If they’re within a few blocks of your store and you have a special, you’ll show up in that menu. It’s an excellent, free way to gain exposure, and the platform is flexible and intuitive. There are now seven types of specials available on Foursquare; below you’ll find an explanation of each special, along with some tips to help you get started. Find out more…
April 27, 2010 by Christina Warren
According to a new report from RingCentral, 34% of small business users surveyed said that they use their smartphone more than their computer to conduct business. That may sound crazy, but think about it — a high-end smartphone is about as powerful as a desktop or laptop computer that many of us had in our offices about six or seven years ago. Plus, a smartphone brings instant access to the Internet no matter where you are. However, thanks to the iPhone and the rise of app stores, it’s mobile applications that can really help turn a smartphone into a workstation on the go.
Last month, I wrote about 14 terrific iPhone apps for small business users. However, with more than 185,000 apps in the iTunes App Store, that really only scratched the surface of what is available. For general productivity, there are lots of great iPhone apps that can either supplement or compliment your existing solutions.
April 27, 2010 by Jolie O’Dell
When it comes to Twitter and brands, consumers who are also Twitter users have plenty to say on the subject. We’ve interviewed a few folks, analyzed a couple of streams, and come up with ten common, recurring requests and complaints from users who’ve engaged with brands on Twitter.
As it turns out, the rules they expect brands to follow are distinct from the code they expect “normal” users to follow.
Check out these dicta and caveats, and let us know your experiences and best practices in the comments
by Editorial Staff at wpbeginner
A really impressive useful guide for people that want to start learing about WordPress covering a range of essential things that the wordpress user needs to know. Highly recommended… Check it out here.
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