You’re sitting in class and you can’t focus because you’re short on cash and you need money for tuition, college textbooks, laptop, supplies, program fees and dorm, food, dirty laundry, phone calls and extracurricular activities. Now all of these I’ve just listed may not apply to you; but i know a few did.
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As far as I’m concerned, the jury is still out on the effectiveness of twitter for a small business. Though I would still implement this as part of your Web 2. marketing plan. Twitter is a way to quickly and easily convey small bits of information to your followers. People with twitter accounts decide to “follow” people and businesses. And when the people and businesses they follow tweet, post a comment on their twitter account, the tweet shows up in the follower’s Twitter feed.
Just ask. The great thing about the internet is it is all about connection. People out there like to help people and want to help each other out. So just ask and you’d be surprised at what you can learn.
Amanda Parker, of Collective Alternative, is out to help the underdog, those commonly lost in the pack of the big dogs. If you remember the Disney movie “Lady and the Tramp”, Amanda is all about helping Tramp be the most successful dog he can be. She does that by helping the underdogs look like the big dogs, without the big dog costs and offering one stop shopping for everything from business cards and social media mangement to promotional ad campaigns and billboards. Helping the underdog is what Amanda considers her Personal Brand.
You probably have someone in your family trying to coerce the rest of the family into getting on facebook. Or you may have a friend or business acquaintance who has suggested that you need to be on Twitter. It’s having an effect. Internet users last August spent 17%25 of their surfing time on social network sites, nearly three times the amount of time spent a year ago.
“Calling all zombies to terrorize Kirkwood!,” proclaims the Bloomington’s Annual Zombie Parade Facebook page. “Meet at the Sample Gates and when the clock strikes 10 p.m., we’ll feast.