This Week in SoLo Notes: Facebook reaches further across the globe. Facebook search, answering life’s questions. Dedicated Twitter app, taking tweets further.
This Week in SoLo Notes: Small biz is for the bird (tweet). Corporate blogging ROI; what do I get out of it? Bottlenose…not the dolpin, but just as cool
This Week in SoLo Notes: Twitter gets retrospective. If pics are worth a thousand words, how much are you willing to spend on ads? This week’s social marketing tool pick.
This Week’s SoLo Notes: Pinterest gets a little less personal. A little birdie likes pictures. Be here now, it’s all about local search. Retailers snub daily deals. We’re busy, and we like it.
This Week’s SoLo Notes: Insightful info for marketing your local business. Mind-blowing social media stats. Why a virtual pin-board can help your business.
This Week’s SoLo Notes: Why Ambassadors Will Rock Your Brand. Car dealers get social. A hospital searches for talent. Facebook offers are more effective when shared. 5 tips for using Google+.
This Week’s SoLo Notes: Facebook ‘Wants’ you. Twitter does video, this time it’s for real. Indie brewery goes social, beer lovers rejoice. Embrujo restaurant wants you to experience a night of flamenco.
This Week’s SoLo Notes: How does a mayor and an all-night arts festival use social, locally? Doctors are getting their Twitter on. Why a picture is worth a thousand (marketing) words.
The tobacco, gaming and alcohol businesses face the challenge to ensure their marketing
content is willingly received by persons of a certain age. This isn’t just a compliance or privacy
issue; it’s an ethical one.
Sharing is the driving force behind the success of today’s major social networks.
Ease of sharing is what creates the network effect that can lead to viral distribution of information and entertainment.