Why should I use Twitter? Ask ten people this question and you’ll get ten different answers. Some use twitter to communicate with friends and family. Others use it to meet new friends with similar interests. Some use it as a messaging tool to reach large groups with a single note. Many use Twitter to learn more about subjects of interest. By following like minded people, you can share and review recommended links to webpages, blogs and more.
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No one but the search engine owners know the exact algorithms used to return search findings. However, there are things you can do to increase the chance of your content being found. What’s “content?” Content is the images, copy, and other elements published on your website.
And we’re off!
13 Search Engine Optimization Tips for Web Content
In financially stressed times, innovation is critical. Today, your customers are using different tools to research and purchase everything from books and electronics, to raw materials and machinery. For US retailers and manufacturers it is time to adapt or die.
The recent buzz surrounding twitter has received mixed reviews from the user community. Sprint is currently running television commercials promoting their mobile smartphones as “Twitter” clients. Oprah Winfrey and Ashton Kutcher are helping to make Twitter a household name. While I don’t follow them nor do I intend to, I think this demonstrates the Twitter Tipping Point (Twipping Point) – Malcom Gladwell’s theory on the point at which the momentum for change becomes unstoppable.