That’s really an intriguing thing to ask, certainly, and something we could talk about endlessly. Each has their specific strengths and place in your marketing bag of tricks. Quite possibly its a less complicated charge to deal with this…
Facebook can help you increase your business as you get more and more followers. For new friends, coupons can be a great reward. For older, loyal customers, offer promotions. If you stop at offering new friends the promotions, you will likely lose friends as they lose interest.
Because then we move on to Willow, the youngster who apparently lives largely alone while her mom and dad are off on their celebrity junkets. She and baby mama Bristol have recently been in a bit of hot water for responding to criticism of their mother’s new television show by posting cruel Sarah Palin-like facebook posting softwares which included “ill-considered and hurtful things about the sexual history and/or weight of other posters.” What is it with these Palin people — do they just have genetically thin skin?
In order to leave a clickable link, you have to be ‘Level 2’ and you get there by answering a total of 250 questions. It sounds like a hassle, but it’s not that hard to do at all. You can get your question count up by answering questions in any niche whatsoever; they don’t have to be relevant to your niche. And your answers don’t have to be chosen as the best; just answer 250 random questions and you’re ready for the next level.
If you are getting more fans and more visits due to your current Facebook fan list then you will get even more publicity when you buy auto liker. Every time you make a change to your website just update it on Facebook and you will get a flux of visitors to your website in just a matter of minutes. Since this is after your initial purchase you will be getting free traffic for a lifetime!
Now you have the collective function of Facebook “Likes” and email. Visitors will see the subscription box and enter their email address, or they will click the “Like” button, or both.
The stark beauty of the winter trees reminds me that less is more. Social media is soulful when it makes the 20% cut, when it speaks from one heart to another heart, when it represents the reader’s and the writer’s deepest values. May we all find ways to make social media more soulful in the new year ahead.