Is Social Media A Fad?

This is an updated version of the social media revolution video.聽 The statistics are truly amazing.

If you are not doing any social networking you must watch this video. If you are doing social networking you must watch this video and then kick things into high gear.

We are so lucky to experience first hand this exciting time in the online marketing world.

Check out the statistics for yourself.聽聽 Prepare to be amazed…

To Your Social Media Success,


By |June 1st, 2010|Featured, Grow Your Business Online, Social Networking|2 Comments

Video: How Important Is Social Media?

In this mind-boggling video, you’re going to learn

1. The tool 80% of companies are using as their primary tool to find employees.

2. What celebrities have more twitter followers than Ireland, Norway, and Panama

3. The type of recommendation 78% of consumers trust

4. What successful companies in social media do differently

And much, much more. You’ll hear some cool music too. But before you watch the video, I want you to answer the following 2 questions:

1. Do you think social media is a fad?

2. On a scale of 1-10, with 10 the highest score, how important do you think it is to grow your business using social media?

Now click play to watch the video…

Now answer the 2 questions again. Are you answers different than the first time?

This is a very thought provoking video, and one that can have a profound impact on your marketing. I would love to have you share your thoughts and comments on what you have just watched…


Facebook Does It Again

One of the reasons Facebook is the top social networking site, and the 2nd most popular web site on the planet, is it’s ability to continually adapt and improve it’s feature set and user interface. Given that many users, myself included, have not found the Facebook user interface to be very intuitive, these changes are usually a step in the right direction.

A new round of changes were just rolled out. Here’s a run down on the changes.

Facebook has done more tweaking of the home page in an attempt to make it easier to find important information. The latest change is a list of items you might have missed while you were off the site, heaven forbid!

Now, when you log in to your Facebook account, you will see a list of items the site deems the most interesting things that happened in the past day in the News Feed.


Just how does Facebook determine what photos, status updates, or other updates are interesting to you? It is based on what updates are popular with your Facebook friends or how close you are to the person giving the update. Let’s say the content has a lot of comments or 10 ‘likes’ by your mutual friends, Facebook deems it as something that is important to you.

The idea is to read through these “most interesting” updates, then switch to the “Live Feed”, which just like before shows you updates from everyone on your friends list in a constant stream.

Facebook has also integrated the “highlights” feature from the right-hand side of the page to the “News Feed” in the middle of the page. The freed up space on the right will be used to feature birthdays and events more prominently, as requested by Facebook users.

Facebook is a powerhouse site with proven staying power. Don’t overlook this fantastic way to grow your business online. But always remember, spammy marketers don’t make money. Instead, focus on forming relationships with highly targeted prospects and you will prosper.

Let me hear your feedback. Leave a quick comment letting myself and other readers know what you think about these Facebook changes, or provide a Facebook tip to others. Your comment will get you some link love for your website with the search engines 馃檪

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By |October 27th, 2009|Featured, Grow Your Business Online, Social Networking|0 Comments

Social Media In Plain English

Are you, like many people, still trying to understand the big picture wrt social media?聽 This video explains social networking in a way that everybody can understand. You’ll also find out what social media and ice cream have in common!


By |September 24th, 2009|Featured, Social Networking|0 Comments