- When I fan someone, I don't feel like I am
actually their friend and that I don't actually get anything in return.
How can businesses use take advantage of fan pages to make me feel like
it actually matters?
Question from @mergenchuluun - What is your top takeaway from writing Facebook Marketing for Dummies?
has been awarded $711 million in damages from Sanford Wallace, the
notorious "Spam King". (Previously, MySpace has been awarded $234
: Don't use spam; and keep spammers away from your customers.
Why Geocities Failed?
We don't want to built web sites, easy page makers or
not. Making new pages, figuring out where or how to add them to the
navigation - not cool.
Audience. Once, a long time ago, family and friends we
proudly told about our site came to it. Then the incentive was gone and
they didn't come anymore.
In the end, all we wanted to do is:
Share some links to stuff we found cool (the "forwards"), Show our
photos (the "kids & cats"), Show our videos (without figuring out
codecs or embedding), Post status updates and comments (make
not a big fan of statistics when it comes to blog readership. Not
because I'm not interested, but because I'm not convinced the average
person understands exactly what a blog is."
"A recent study
by Mediamark Research & Intelligence (pdf) found that 10.1 percent
of U.S. adults reported to having read a blog in the last 30 days. And,
if you think that number's small, only 3.4 percent of adults actually
wrote a blog post in the same period."
If so few people are reading blogs, are they really that influential? Are we measuring the right stats? What about
: For your blog, measure links, comments, readers and especially leads and customers.
On InboundMarketing.com From Kim Kolb
: A customer of mine is a restaurant/bar. They
use social media extensively and have a twitter account and Facebook
fan page. They believe this is enough and they do not need a website.
Do you agree/disagree?
Marketing Tip of the Week
Start a Facebook Business Page to grow your business.