By now, we all have our pet peeves about the internet, and most of them have to do with social media, and businesses trying to sell us stuff. It’s a catch-22 of sorts; As businesses, we want to spread the word about our products and services, as well as sell as much as we can to as many people as we can. None of us want to seem like the pushy, greasy, used car salesmen on the bad side of town, but sometimes it’s easy to lose track of that in an online environment. Luckily, Melonie Dodaro and TopDogSocialMedia.com have put together an amazing collection of etiquette tips, and best practices for all of us to follow. Check yourself, how many of these tips are you following? Let us know what your favorite or most helpful tip was over on our Facebook site, here.
“I want my business’ Facebook page to feed to Twitter, but not my personal.
In order to achieve success on Facebook, you need an engaged community.
Generally speaking, the competition for high search engine visibility is fiercer than ever.
Up until a few weeks ago, ads would be rejected if the image exceeded 20% text.
We love to see new stats and research about how to best share to social media and drive engagement.