This past week: The biggest news this week was Facebook's purchase of Instagram for a an incredible 1 billion dollars. I'm sure this news left a lot of start-ups wondering if they could could also be bought out by an internet giant. Since most of us still have to work at it to move forward; I compiled my best tweets of this week to inspire SMBs to succeed online.
Find that audience to talk to, says @PaulChato -> Build your business through public speaking
Public speaking - if you feel comfortable doing this, it is a great way to promote your business. Once in front of an audience, you are automatically an expert on the subject you are there to speak about. Just make sure you are prepared and that you actually are knowledgeable on the topic.
There you go use these-> 6 Key Performance Indicators To Use in Your Next Social Campaign
Track, measure, engage and try again.
The what not to do for SEO list, good one too!-> 25 Ways to Decrease Your Rankings
Just make sure you are not doing the points on this list, and you will make big step forward on your website's SEO.
What do you think?-> 10 Ways Successful Entrepreneurs Beat the Odds
All good points and advice.
If you still don't know what it is-> How Your Business Can Benefit From Pinterest
You must have heard of Pinterest by now. If you still not sure how to go about it - this is the article for you.
With YWD you get a desktop and a mobile website-> 4 Reasons Customers Prefer Your Mobile Web Site
Your mobile website should be a condensed version of your desktop website. It is much easier to focus on the content and message on the mobile version, without all distractions a desktop website can have. Check YWD Mobile!
This could be for you! Wingsplay-> Get Paid for Sharing Ads on Your Social Networks
If you have a big audience; why not?
Want to really get into Google+? -> 5 Top Google+ Tools and Apps for Marketing Pros
Undoubtabaly having a Google+ page for your business is a great asset just for search alone. Since you have or going to have one, maximize the opportunity.
Good one @profitpath4biz -> RT @paulchato: Customer from Hell? Don't be afraid to fire them
Great interview with Jim, and it is true some clients will create more work that they are worth.
Next Friday I'll have another round up, in the meantime you can follow me and YWD on the networks below:
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