In today's socially driven world many businesses are asking the question "does my business need my business need a Facebook page?" Want an easy answer? Well, unfortunately there is no simple one word answer. There are many factors that go into determining if you need a Facebook page or any other such social networking identity. Perhaps the more focused question would be "is my
Twitter going public. Who expected it? Who doubted it? No matter which side of the fence you favored the question now is whether further commercialization of Twitter will be possible. Sure, we could take a look at Facebook. The longer that social networking giant stays on the open market the harder they are working to identify ways to keep the money rolling in. From paid ad placement, to post promotion and more, Facebook is pulling out all the stops. That being said, will Twitter be
Podcasting is the next step up from blogging. While blogging is done by armies of pajama-clad ordinary people, podcasting is done by many of these same people, though less often in pajamas, in front of a digital or audio recorder. Short pieces are recorded and then distributed via RSS or Atom to their website, typically a blog site. Listeners and viewers can then download podcasts using podcast clients. A good podcast client (iTunes for example) will allow you to subscribe to the RSS/Atom feed of your favorite podcasters and automatically download the content to a computer or to a portable audio player when new items are available.
I know what you are thinking – did I read that title right? Does it really mention the future of bacon? The short and dirty answer to that is yes. Your next question may be centered on the thought that maybe I have slipped my lid. Your answer to that one however is a resounding NO. I am still in charge of my faculties. What I AM trying to get a handle on however is a great idea on how to come up with your next blog post. The question at hand should really be – Random or Not Random, what type of post should I add next?
Once you have created your Google+ Page is done and you like what you see, you should more than likely see a posting or notice from Google that you are now officially on Google + (Yay!) This should represent that you are now your own page. This means that any type of action that you take will come from your page now. You can now update the content of your page with photos or videos or posts. Exciting news! From now one, whenever you hit “Share” your post goes on your page, bringing results that anyone following your page will see.