Reaching mass acceptance of LinkedIn takes time. It took a long time for everyone to start buy meds online without prescription using email. It took even longer to get everyone to use the internet everyday, for one reason or another. Now, seemingly everyone has some kind of social profile. Its becoming hard to find someone who doesn’t at least have a Facebook account. But every day I come across someone who’s heard of LinkedIn but isn’t “using” it. LinkedIn hasn’t gained the mass acceptance of facebook and its granddaddy the email client. Most people assume that social networking, like Facebook and LinkedIn, requires a deep investment of time. Indeed, time is money. “Oh I don’t do LinkedIn.. I just don’t have the time for that”. My response is, do you think I do? Do you think the CEO who runs a 500 person company and two businesses has more time than you? Its a common complaint (excuse, rather) that I hear from people who avoid “investing” time (more…)
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We here at Full Voice Media are getting ready to redesign our site; to update our ideas and thinking; to add more portfolio pieces and to have some fun. Our online marketing and website design experience always leads to new, evolved perspectives on the easiest, most stimulating and useful ways to present information and attract viewers and clients, so we commit to tweaking the site every year or so. It’s just so amazing how fast social media marketing changes and how many possibilities are out there for new improved web design and communication avenues.
Apropos of our eminent change, I came across this interesting article by Robbin Steif (more…)
A lot of what passed for search engine optimization a couple of years ago was just scamming search engines into giving out high ranks. Now it’s much more about creating quality, provocative, engaging content. Yes, a lot of blogs are still over exposed ego trips, but there is also an incredible amount of deep, thoughtful commentary, useful advice, helpful tutorials and just good information out there. And I think Google is chiefly the reason why. By constantly evolving their search criteria and endlessly catching the scammers and tricksters, they have forced a raised bar mentality. Good content is being rewarded with high rankings. And we’re all a little better for it. I can’t believe I’m praising the behemoth Google has become, but so far they’ve been pretty good citizens. As far as I know… Anyway HubSpot has a nice little article about SEO I thought you might like. How important is SEO to you?
“Small businesses stand to increase their local audience and further their market reach through geolocation platforms, which attach real-world locations to mobile phones. Here are a few ways companies can become part of the location tagging world of social media.”