Google has taken the next step towards real-time search results by signing deals with MySpace and Facebook to include publicly available status updates in its search index. Google recently signed a similar agreement with Twitter.
Computer giant Dell has announced it has made more than $6.5 million in revenue as a result of its activity on Twitter. More than half of that has been generated within the last six months alone.
Here’s what Dell had to say about their Twitter success:
“Our @DellOutlet is now close to 1.5 million followers on Twitter …”
Content has to be at the centre of a successful link building strategy. That’s the verdict from Bing, the new search engine from Microsoft which aims to rival Google. The search engine’s webmaster blog clearly states:
“We’ve said it before, and you’ll hear it said again: content is king …
1) Make more money
Let’s start with the main reason why most people use Twitter for business: to identify potential customers and generate sales.
Micro-blogging is all about people …
How can you successfully communicate your brand’s message to your website’s visitors? Here are 8 ways:
1) Your web writing needs to spell out why people should buy from you and not your competitors: we live in a world of similar businesses with similar prices targeting similar customers. Tell people why they should bother to buy from you.