Your news feed is about to get a lot more expressive, thanks to Facebook reactions. Aside from ‘Liking’ a status update, you now have five more options to express what you feel about a post. The new feature not only makes it easier for you to appropriately react to a piece of bad news but it also provides you with exciting ways to manage your business’s social media page.
As a small business owner, you only have so many hours in the day, and managing your social media accounts is likely at the bottom of your to-do list. But while it can be easy to simply put off those social media updates, you know in the back of your mind your business can surely benefit from them.
LinkedIn is a highly useful site, but many small businesses simply don’t make the most of it. The problem is that most of the information out there, that SMBs try to model, is focused on tips and strategies for larger organizations. And these strategies are simply not as effective when applied to the SMB. So what can the small or medium-sized business do to actually gain value from their LinkedIn efforts? Here are few tips to get you started.
It’s possible you take your access to Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms for granted. Maybe you’ve never thought about what a world without news feeds and constant updates and selfies from your friends and acquaintances is like. While there are moments when we’re all fed up of so-and-so’s latest attention-seeking Facebook status or their endless stream of glamorous vacation photos, the stark reality is, if our social media platforms were suddenly taken away from us, many of us would be at a loss.
Facebook is rapidly evolving from merely a personal hobby to a business necessity.
If your role in your company involves building relationships and networking with your clients, prospects and vendors, there are few more effective tools than Facebook. Perhaps as important, if you’re not actively engaged in Social Media you’re surrendering to your competitors a critical edge.
A recent report by Consumer Reports shows that Facebook users are oversharing information. In some cases it is the choice of information posted. In other cases it is a misunderstanding as to who can see it. You may believe you information is available to only a select few when in actuality is may be available to friends or friends, broad networks, or the world as a whole.
Microsoft and Facebook have teamed up to release a beta Docs for Facebook. It looks like Microsoft is answering Google Apps' excursion into the office productivity market. This is important to Microsoft to maintain their market share. The consumer market will end up being a loss leader.