Just for the record… this is NOT a partisan post. It is merely an observation of a social media phenomenon. It does not indicate my political preference in any way. The speed of social media continues to impress and awe me. During the debate, in an effort to express his support for women, Republican candidate [...]
We’ve all had those moments where we think, “That’s it… I just can’t take it anymore!!!” At some point, somebody has gone just too far. The proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back has you pondering… “should I unfriend this person?” or “Should I unlike this page?”
We all crave more Likes for our Facebook fanpages. Unless you are already well-known (hello, Lady Gaga), or a large, well-liked company (Starbucks, anyone?), it's elusive and challenging. So how can people find out about your page?
It's worse to have social media properties (which you adverstise on your site) which are not being used, than not having social media icons at all... potential customers click on these items and feel deceived.