Sharing, following and liking of brands have increased dramatically due to the advent of social media but too often you see them on the hompage; perhaps the spot you're the least receptive to the message. Here's 16 other more appropriate places to drive shares and likes of your business.
Are taglines really important anymore or have they been replaced by propositions?
Social Media is used widely enough to justify getting involved as a business. But if you're a small or medium-sized enterprise, how do you find the time. 7 Time-saving tips from internet marketing consultant Bob Nunn.
Research shows that people are more likely to buy from companies with personal stories. This article shares observations from Toronto-based internet marketer Bob Nunn on how and why this is becoming important to your online marketing.
Some Social Media Monitoring tools are too expensive for small businesses and personal use. Here's a 10-Step Process on how to set up your own listening tool.
Facebook has had an amazing year including a likely Oscar win so in that spirit here are the nominations for Best Facebook Pages of 2010 complete with what makes them great examples of Facebook Marketing and creating engagement.
For marketers who want to get out of endlessly discounting their product to their best customers, here are 8 ways to use Social Media and non-monetary rewards for your best customers: those that will recommend you to their large social networks. Examples include KLM, Starbucks and small businesses.
How to post videos on YouTube. 8 tips & tricks to getting found amongst the 1.5 million business-related searches on YouTube each week.
There's been lots of hype on two new marketing services: Groupon and Foursquare. If you're a marketer which should you try? This post offers some advice for businesses and marketers based on user experience and research emerging from around the online world.
The information highway is littered with abandoned blogs. So how do you keep coming up with blog post ideas? This article provides eight ways to have a continual stream of ideas using Google tools, social media sites and traditional marketing methods.