Have a Limited Span? Try Microblogging

The recent news that Apple Computer has more cash than the federal government is just a hint at what’s going on. Against the backdrop of the federal deficit and Wall Street’s continued decline, the news broke last month that Apple is sitting on approximately $76.2 billion in cash (as of the end of June). This is more than the U.S. government claims to have (a paltry $73.7 billion). A high tech firm has eclipsed a mark that the former titans of our economy, the oil companies and auto makers, can only envy.

A strong brand is valuable because it ultimately changes the behavior of your market. This, as we all know, will lead them to buy more frequently, be willing to pay more and in some cases your clients and users will recommend the brand (you) to friends. If the status is not really time critical (e. g. you might be posting a joke or some sort of intriguing remark) then the most effective moment I have found to post status updates is weekday evenings.

The most amount of people I have seen on facebook (looking at exactly who is on-line via facebook chat) has been Monday to Thursday evening. Anytime you take an action on Pinterest, an email is sent to that person. It’s such an easy way to get exposure for your chiropractic office if done right. Not to be outdone, the venture capital community has been busy as well. It was announced last week that San Francisco-based Twitter received the largest venture capital investment in history when the Russian firm DST Global invested $800 million in the microblogging site.

http://www.insidefacebook.com/category/mark-zuckerberg/page/5/ By clicking around the categories,you can quickly find and https://www.prbuzz.com/business-entrepreneur/273299-shanghai-based-resonance-displays-marketing-prowess-building-social-brands-in-china.html add several top tier twitterers based on your area of interest. Then you can begin to follow them watch their updates and engage them in social conversation, expanding your own network. Being an avid tweeter, I said I used it primarily for business, which is not only true but also sad. I decided I needed to reevaluate my Twitter usage and perhaps provide some insight about the whole Twitter usage for those who are not using Twitter for business and they just do not get it.

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