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With more than 400 million users, Facebook calculates that an average user creates 70 pieces of content each month while there 25 billion pieces of content/information shared each month on Facebook.
One of the best joys is finding out you are at the global platform when you realized you have over 1 million audiences who can relate, connect and appreciate your videos.
So you’ve set up your website and now your business has its very own online presence. What’s the next step? Most importantly, is to keep your website up and running with a healthy flow of traffic and interaction.
The next time you have 5 minutes to spare, just Google ‘daily deals Malaysia’ and have a look at the string of results that will load in under 1 second. That’s just how fast social deals sites are sprouting and fast becoming a marketing trend in Malaysia.
The era of the tablet is finally here and leading the pack is most likely to be your key to successful business productivity, the iPad2.
Everyone has social and community issues that they care about. A green planet for some, children in need for others, neglected old folks, survivors of abuse, skills training for those with low literacy levels … the opportunity to give back is endless. But what does that have to do with your small business?
At the time of writing this article, there are 117,000,000 Google results for the exact search phrase “email vs social media” and vice versa. Apparently it’s a hot topic and some people have declared war.
If you’re an SME who uses Facebook Brand Pages as a way to market your business, you may have noticed a prompt asking you to update your page recently. It’s all part of a major Brand Page overhaul that Facebook says is designed to help business owners better manage communications, express themselves and increase user engagement.
Similar to the design changes implemented to personal Facebook profiles several months back, on 11 February, Facebook announced a similar redesign for Business Pages. What was offered as a voluntary upgrade at the beginning soon became a standard rollout a month later.