Posts tagged with "LinkedIn"

Facebook “most marketing friendly” Social Media Platform [Study]

29 April, 2014

Social media channels are great places to boost brand awareness, connect with specific audiences and drive traffic to key content. Each social media platform has its own benefits and downsides and each has its own unique audience.

Facebook Most Marketing Friendly Study

That’s why strategically choosing which social media outlet your brand should join is critical to ensure that you target your efforts towards the channels your potential customers use. It’s worth getting to know each network so that you can choose the best form for your particular message and content.
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How LinkedIn Can Help To Grow Your Business

Grow business opportunities with LinkedIn

January 16, 2014

LinkedIn is not the first platform that springs to mind when thinking about social media, customer engagement and marketing campaigns. But the professional social media network can be a vital hub that fuels sales and boosts traffic to company websites. Despite its lower popularity compared to Facebook, Google+ and Twitter, the network still boasts a user base of 259 million users, receives 184 million unique visits a month, is home to three million individual business pages and 2.1 million groups. Considering these facts, LinkedIn has become an online platform businesses can no longer afford to overlook.

LinkedIn for Business

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Social Networking Websites To Help You Raise Brand Awareness

Social networking has stormed the nation in recent years and has become an integral part in many business’s marketing strategies.

Although many social networking sites are primarily aimed at end consumers, most offer an opportunity for businesses to effectively promote their products and services too.

In the UK, there are now hundreds of social networking sites – some operating as blog platforms within niche sectors. Below is an overview of the most popular social networking sites that could help you raise awareness of your brand and products as part of your digital marketing plan.

It’s worth remembering that only a few of the social networks reviewed might be suitable for your business, so don’t feel you need to be active on all of the platforms all of the time.  It’s about finding what works best for your business and marketing needs.

1.  Facebook

Facebook is one of the most popular social networking sites today with around 32.5 million users in the UK and 1 billion users worldwide.


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