Blog Image1

Marketing Blog tag: 'twitter' - Tag page 3

- Page 3

Wednesday, 14 December 2011 12:35

The U-turn in Public Relations by Paula Gallacher

 

The U-turn in Public Relations: Why the media has to change its ways.

The entire purpose of Public Relations is to communicate with the public, whether at a government, organisational or individual level. Therefore, it only makes sense that if we now all turn to our computers to talk to each other, then journalists and PR companies need to do the same.

If you mention the word ‘Twitter’ to a room of PR people, I’m sure it would generate a huge buzz of opinions. After all, it is one of the most fundamental changes in how media works today. Instead of sending out press releases, the publicist can now just send a tweet to a journalist through their twitter account with a link to a press release, landing page, video or social media experiment, and instantly have the journalists attention.

Published in Marketing
As an advocate for Twitter and someone who has benefited immensely in terms of sales and following from this platform, I have to say yesterday was a very sad day in our relationship.
Thursday, 11 August 2011 14:19

Google+ for Small Business

Google for Small Business

If you haven’t sent off your details to be included in the latest social network craze, Google , then you should do so – immediately!

With more than 25 million people joining in the first month, since its launch at the end of June, Google may very well, become the most successful social network of all time.

Thursday, 26 May 2011 12:53

The Small Business Marketing Machine

Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, YouTube and a good website that ineracts with your customers, on all levels - tis the small business marketing machine.

It's true. Small business, may be a BIG business online if your machine is well oiled and working efficiently, generating the results that you expect.

Thursday... not feeling well.

Friday... sick.
Saturday... sick.
Sunday... sick.

Now, why is this good for small business? On Thursday, it wasn't. On Friday, it wasn't, well, not until it was well and truly into the evening. Saturday and Sunday, it was.

When you are forced to STOP, it's impossible not to clear everything from your mind and get on with the job at hand, and that is getting well.

Meetings are missed, proposals are not sent, work is not completed. It really is a royal pain in the a***. BUT, this down time can be good for your small business. As a small business marketer, I try to absorb every possible item of advertising, marketing and public relations activity that crosses my path. There are millions of pieces day-in, day-out that I am confronted with. Of course, I don't take in everything, but I do try and absorb as much as possible and relate it back to the Marketing Eye client base.
It’s true. Twitter is addictive. I can attest to that because I can’t go a day without looking at it, sending numerous tweets and then racing to my google analytics account to see what the response is.
Published in Marketing
Here I go blogging away, tweeting about my experiences, updating my facebook with “having a great day” and uploading photographs of a boozy night out with the gals.
Published in Management
Thursday, 18 February 2010 09:55

Are you addicted?

I am addicted to twitter, facebook, sweet buscuits, Nutrient Water and Entourage. I can’t live without them and I am so absorbed in each of these things, that I fret when they are not accessible.
Published in Marketing
Saturday, 10 April 2010 15:08

Tiger out of the woods

Congratulations to Tiger Woods for getting out there and playing great golf.
road_success-300x225It’s time to get serious. Very serious! 

Each day, I will publish ways to improve your small business marketing that are simple, yet effective. By Friday, you will have 100 ways in which to promote your business better. If you have some ideas of your own, please comment and I will be happy to add them in. Thousands of people read Marketing Eye’s marketing blog each week, so any great ideas or experiences is greatly appreciated!
Published in Marketing
Page 3 of 4