Category Archives: Social media platforms

Google plus business—let’s start thinking … inside the circle

After an initial explore of Google+ it’s obvious that the circles concept—a user friendly version of the Facebook “friends list”—has some exciting potential for business.

Posted in New Business, Online Business Techniques, Opinion, Social media, Social media channels, Social media platforms, Social media tools, Social Networking | 3 Comments

On PR and what you ate for lunch

Is Twitter really just a bunch of status updates?

Posted in Opinion, PR, Social media, Social media platforms, Social media tools, Social Networking, Twitter | 9 Comments

Quora. What’s all the fuss about?

Good question. Launched publicly from a beta model six months ago, I must confess that I’d heard very little about Quora until yesterday where with the speed of referral that is the phenomenon of the social media grapevine, Quora hit … Continue reading

Posted in Social media, Social media platforms, Social Networking | 5 Comments

Is social media engagement really about conversations?

There’s a lot of hum n’buzz online about whether social networks, in particular— Twitter, are effective as a means of engaging with your market. Problem is everyone has a different idea of what ‘engagement’ really is. For most engagement seems … Continue reading

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Thinking about online media and your new business name.

Starting a new business is an exciting time and choosing the right business name is a crucial step in the process. It’s no longer just about a ‘sign in the window’— your name will represent your brand across various online … Continue reading

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