We have read about Twitter etiquette many times, how to conduct ourselves and what not to do. Since many people still consider Facebook to be more of a personal thing and not really something to establish business relationships, it seems like there is no etiquette at all.
A couple of weeks ago I received a sales email from somebody I have never met that really made think about how we assume that everybody gets it. Everything changed around us from business models, communications, marketing, the internet, social media and yet, are we sure that all of us are understanding and reinventing ourselves to adapt to these changes?
The other day I heard a friend talking about a workshop she recently attended. Something about how to get clients online, a topic that has always been fascinating to me since I literally hate chasing business.
Sure, you can ask some friends for their opinion but, what if you could experience how a real person behaves, what they do or where they click.
Videos are everywhere lately, specially interviews. I mean bloggers are really taking it to the next level and why not, it’s a great way to engage your visitor and make them stay a little longer. Are you asking yourself if this is hard to put together?