Are you wondering how Foursquare could help your business? Are you interested in rewarding your loyal customers? To this end, Foursquare is the ideal platform to bridge the gap between your offline and online audience in an affordable and scalable way.
This article was originally published in Entrepreneur. Pinterest, the third most popular social network in the U.S., offers marketers a number of opportunities to extend the reach of their business through engaging visuals and a platform designed to make sharing quality content simple.
It’s true that marketers tend to rely on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn to remain at the forefront of industry news, but they also tend to neglect the full potential that Google+ offers as a news source.
This article was originally published in the KISSmetrics blog. Twitter lists allow users to categorize their followers into different segmented lists based on a particular subject or theme. For instance, Twitter users can create a list of their friends or favorite brands to follow.
This article was originally published in Social Media Today. A community manager’s job just got a little easier, thanks to HootSuite. Announced on their blog, HootSuite now allows you to manage your Google+ Page on their platform.
I’m very thankful to be featured in an interview by Gene Marks of the New York Times recently. Here’s the full interview below on location based marketing and mobile opportunities for businesses.