Are you linked in when twittering your YouTube within a facebook blog via Myspace? Not sure?

There are all sorts of methods of digital marketing today. In fact, there are so many different ways, you’d be forgiven for being a bit overwhelmed by it all. Social media is a new way to use the web, it involves jargon such as friending, adding, tweeting, and commenting. It involves both listening, and talking, both being there for friends, and engaging strangers, and it all is done on a daily basis by virtually everyone that is buying your products or services on the internet.

Sell food or kitchen related products? You can bet some or most of your customers are on Twitter or Facebook sharing recipes or even looking up recipes on YouTube. They might be asking for advice on new products to buy, and yes maybe even complaining about brands like yours. How about a service, say you’re a lawyer or medical professional, your patients are most certainly online, probably letting their followers and friends know about their upcoming trip to your office before your assistant even pens in the appointment in your planner.

The examples of how social media and business are converging online are endless, yet the point of all these examples is as visible as a bright yellow dead end sign on a quiet street, you ignore these people and your business will suffer immensely. Your choice, the only one you have right now, is to engage these people on their turf, to meet them where they gather, and fast.

We recommend spending about 8 hours per month increasing depending on the number of sites used. You can provide us with the relevant information and we periodically role it out onto your subscribed sites and respond to any questions or friend requests as well as searching out new friends/customers for you.