How should you be using Twitter to market your business? In the fourth installment of NetSource’s Social Media Marketing series, Brent Haeseker and our social media expert, Veronica Buhl, delve into the Twitter’s advertising and marketing tools, demographics, and tips for maximizing your marketing potential on Twitter.
Social Media Marketing! The term is thrown around everywhere these days but is it all hype? Should you be paying attention and jumping on the social media bandwagon? The answer is an unequivocal ‘Yes, you should be paying attention’ especially if you want your business to reap the rewards it has to offer.
In the social media ruled world we live in today, the use of quality imagery has become a necessity for any business with hopes of being successful. Some of the most popular sites that offer a means to spread information about your business operate mostly if not totally with the use of images. Platforms like Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat, and Facebook offer users the ability to add images to posts. Looking at how successful these companies have been and are currently, there must be something to incorporating this feature.
Part of being successful in any business is staying ahead of the competition. Technology is constantly developing and it can be difficult to keep up with the latest trends in website development, social media platforms, digital marketing strategies, and more. There are many great resources for staying informed on best practices for your business that can be found in all forms, from podcasts and blogs, to newsletters and e-books. However, business owners are busy folks, and it can be hard to carve it large portions of the day to read long articles or listen to an hour podcast. For those of you who are always on the go, try following these 10 Great Twitter Accounts to keep you informed and aware of the latest news, advice, online tips, and strategies for your business. […]
Social media has come a long way since the original MySpace or Facebook days. Nowadays, it’s not uncommon for people to have multiple social media accounts that they post to once, twice, sometimes three times a day. These new platforms including Twitter, Snapchat, Pinterest, and Instagram, just to name a few, each have their own features that can help your business achieve different goals. However, not every business is right for every type of social media. Keep reading to find out if Instagram is right for your business.
Does your business have a strong online presence?
Volatile and ever-changing, the business world is tough and becoming increasingly harder to stay ahead of the competition and reach new customers. However, most business owners simply don’t have the time to research about best web design practices and new and innovative marketing strategies. Our research here at NetSource Inc. involves everything in the digital world including, but not limited to, Web Design Best Practices, SEO, Social Media, Paid Advertising, and Remarketing. This comprehensive guide will give an overview of all the services offered here at NetSource Inc. and provide specific articles about each subject to further your knowledge in these areas.
What’s the first thing you do before you buy something or go to a store?
According to the experts at AdWeek, 81% of shoppers do online research on the company or product they are considering BEFORE they make a purchase. A major part of thisresearch process consists of reading online reviews. Whether we like it or not, reviews are one of the most important and trusted resources that people take into account when choosing where to shop, eat, or do business.
As a business owner, reviews are extremely important to your reputation, and they simply can’t be ignored. Your goal should be to generate positive reviews from your customers. But how? How do you get someone to go home and write a review after a good experience? What do you do when someone gives you a bad review?
Don’t worry, keep reading and we’ll answer all these questions for you.
But first, the key to your reputation starts with YOU. […]
Twitter is not new to the social media scene. Since it launched in 2006, Twitter has become one of the most popular social media platforms on the planet for individuals, celebrities, businesses, etc. As of 2015, Twitter had over 320 million active users sending over 500 million tweets a day. But, why should you care?
Are you struggling with whether your company should be on social media? Are you afraid that you are missing opportunities, so you’ve create a company account on every social media platform out there? This article will hopefully shed some light on the best social media platform for your company. This article will explain the top social media platforms and the benefits each one has to offer. […]
Social networking can be a time-consuming endeavor, so the temptation to cut corners is big. There are tools, techniques, and add-ons available that seem like a great idea to help you streamline your social media strategy and save time… until they start to undermine your efforts to connect in a real way to your customers. Here are 4 things you should avoid: […]
The term social media is being used pretty much everywhere now. It’s popularity is on the rise, and in turn the methods for sharing through social media are also growing. It can be a bit overwhelming choosing how to share and what to share. I would like to share some guidelines on using social media effectively for your business. This is going to be a long post, so you may want to bookmark it for future reference. […]
Last month I had the extreme privilege of being selected by NASA to report live at the launch of STS-132, the last scheduled mission for the space shuttle Atlantis. After a thorough screening process I was issued press credentials and allowed 2 day access to the historic NASA Launch Complex 39 Press Site next to the Vehicle Assembly Building where they prep the shuttles (and the Apollo Saturn V rockets back in the 60’s and 70’s), put them on a giant crawler and move them out to the launch pad. The funny thing is: I’m not a reporter. But here I am at the final launch of Atlantis with news crews and media outlets from around the globe. I’m meeting astronauts, NASA engineers and getting up close and personal viewing at the launch pad where Atlantis proudly stands getting final prepping for launch. How did I, a non-reporter, manage to trick NASA into giving me press credentials for a shuttle launch? It’s simple: Twitter.