We started the Organic Search Engine Optimization in August with TTP and were told it would take 5 to 6 months to really see some movement. Through their optimization, which includes keywords, geographic locations, etc. we started to see traffic . . .
When you think of social media campaigns conducted by businesses, chances are your mind first goes to business to customer or B2C ones rather than business to business or B2B social media campaigns. While B2B social media campaigns may not be as . . .Read full post
Twitter is very topical and open; you can find Tweets by and about almost anyone. Several accounts are used to create conversations surrounding very specific ideas – such as sports teams, writing blogs, movie buffs, health advocates and more. If you can think of any special interest group or topic, there will be several Twitter accounts dedicated to it. For a local small business especially, Twitter is a great way to position yourself as an expert in your field, and in the area you live. You will gain followers both based on your geography AND your area of expertise. By posting topical, relevant tweets, you will gain followers who start to see you as a source of information, and interact with you. Not only will Twitter allow you to share information as a business, but you’ll also be able to gain understanding about the current market, your customers, trends and relationships. Twitter is a growing social media force, and our optimization bundles will develop your Twitter business presence to prominence.
Twitter is another social media platform that has caused consternation among local businesses regarding how to use it and why. Twitter has less users than Facebook and has been considered more of a niche market up to now. It is continuing to grow at 370,000 new daily sign-ups, and recent developments make Twitter for business an important part of any local business search initiative. In December 2010 Twitter completely revamped its Twitter for business page aimed at improving the results businesses can achieve by fully participating in Twitter. Add to this the recent move by Google to integrate Twitter into its new Social Search component and Twitter is poised to become prominent in the search arena. As a business, you can use Twitter to rapidly interact with customers and potential customers. The bottom line is that by not being involved with Twitter, you may be missing out on a conversation (good or bad) that is extremely prominent across the internet. Our optimization services are second to none in providing local businesses with excellent results from Twitter.