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Absolutely brilliant email in my in-box this morning from the Google AdWords team telling me that they are celebrating ten years of being in the advertising game.
These are tough times and anyone in business must use every tool at their disposal to reach customers.
The use of social media is no longer limited to acne ridden teenagers trying to amass a legion of friends to prove who’s the most popular kid in school.
Coca Cola, McDonald’s, and Mickey Mouse are some of the most recognisable brands in the world.
As more and more businesses come to rely on the internet to reach a wider customer base they are often overwhelmed by the myriad of options available.
I have a client that is seeking a social media guru with some heaving hitting chops and a decent amount of experience, see below for brief.
It's always a pleasure catching up with Benjamin Ellis, and here I caught up with him at the Social Media in Business Conference 2010 (#SMi
While at #SMiB10 I put my phone in front of the lovely Heather Taylor
You’ve got blogs on Blogger and WordPress. You plan twenty tweets every evening. You make sure you post different blasts on Google to prevent redundancy.
There are millions of people online every hour of every day. As a business owner you practically have a captive audience if you could just reach your core customer base.