Web 2.0 and social media marketing have enormous implications for entrepreneurs, celebrities, chiropractors, and other business owners.
YouTube, Twitter, Google+ and Facebook (to name a few) are highly successful online social and video networking platforms currently boasting over 300 million active members each.
Facebook just hit an astonishing 805 million members recently!
Over half of all active members log-in daily for an average session time of over 30 minutes. That’s a massive captive audience that is virtually untapped in many regards! On top of that, the demographics typically are a more mature and wealthier audience.
Twitter and Facebook have proven to be the fastest growing social networks. Twitter’s website traffic has reportedly grown over 600% in the year. An estimated 5-10 thousand new accounts are opened per day.
And yet, even with its 140-character simplicity, Twitter can be infinitely more complex than Facebook, YouTube or LinkedIn to understand how to use effectively. There’s a right way and a wrong way and you need to know the difference.
YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media sites are extremely powerful marketing mediums through which to exponentially grow your business, in particularly through high-quality joint ventures.
In spite of what you may see from the major news media or what your children may say, social networking and Web 2.0 is the BEST platform to connect with quality, like-minded business professionals. Nothing compares!
If harnessed correctly, it’s also easy to find strategic joint venture partnerships, attract TOP paying clients, gain mass media attention and build yourself as the authority in your field. Furthermore, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter are insanely powerful platforms for instant attention / visibility.
Add Engage Media to the marketing team and help build a step-by-step, automated strategic integrated social media plan that incorporates Facebook, Google+, YouTube and Twitter (among other platforms) to increase business!
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