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Facebook’s biggest news yet…

Is your business ready for this $100 billion goldmine?

Facebook Mark Zuckerberg made Facebook available for public trade on May 18th, a move that is expected to value Facebook between 80 and 100 billion dollars, which would make Facebook’s Initial Public Offering (IPO) bigger than goliath companies like Disney, Amazon and McDonalds.

The Facebook IPO will likely end up being about 5 times greater than Google’s August 2004 IPO. Both companies have experienced unparalleled growth on the Web and are widely considered the most successful tech companies in existence.

Why you should care:

The good news and the bad news: If you already have a Facebook Business Page, then you’re good to go (for now – more on that below). Facebook and its estimated 850 million monthly users should serve as a sign of Facebook’s dominance as a Web marketing tool. However, if you don’t have a Business Page set up yet, their recent valuation of $100 billion dollars is a red flag that you’re missing the boat on an important business investment.

Back to those of you who already have a Facebook Business Page. Hopefully, it is already integrated with custom tabs, an attention-grabbing cover photo and regularly-updated posts. If you’re missing these features, you’re forgetting essential pieces that are needed to make Facebook a major marketing tool for your business. If you have questions about how to utilize Facebook to build word-of-mouth referrals, contact us. We’ll tell you what your Facebook Business Page should look like in order to start winning more business from Social Media.


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May’s Featured Web Expert:

Web Expert of the Month

This month we celebrate Max Griessbach. Max has been a steadfast contributor to Market Hardware since he started working as a Business Analyst in 2009. Throughout his employment, Max has assisted several departments and helped launch multiple internal system updates. He currently works primarily in Finance Administration and is very excited about the Facebook IPO.

Max grew up in Bethesda, MD, near Market Hardware’s current office, and played soccer at Longwood University. Max is still a dedicated athlete in his free time, and is a self-proclaimed “expert” of every Disney song ever written. Ask him to recite Hakuna Matata and he will do it without hesitation.


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Web Digest Factoid:

Facebook alone accounts for 20% of ALL page views on the Internet. (AllFacebook, online blog – April 2012).

What is Market Hardware’s Web Digest?

At Market Hardware, our mission is to help you be an educated and successful web marketer. So we created the monthly Web Digest, quick, easy-to-scan news from the world of Internet Marketing.

Your Web Marketing TeamThe Web Digest complements our educational materials and is another example of how we’ve “got your back” when it comes to web marketing.

Cheers to your web success,
Alain Sig

Alain Parcan
Market Hardware, Inc.
Newsletter Editor

Another Social Media Phenom grows 4000% in 6 months

Virtual bulletin board Pinterest boasting over 10 million users

Can Pinterest be a valuable business tool?The latest social media thrill has many small business owners scratching their heads debating whether it can be a useful sales tool. We want to help you look smart and learn what Pinterest is so you can make an early call on when to invest in this trend.

Pinterest is a social sharing site that allows users to pin photos and videos from any Website onto their virtual “bulletin boards” for followers and others to see. If a viewer is interested, he or she can click the image source link and be taken directly to the original Website.

This new Internet craze, however, will most likely remain just that for the time being – a craze lacking much value to most service-based businesses – at least until something changes. For now, the only industries that might hold some promise for using Pinterest as a marketing tool are interior designers, remodelers and landscape architects.

The key takeaway, however, is that Pinterest growth rates slowed from 85 percent in the period between mid-January and mid-February to 18 percent between mid-February and mid-March, signifying that early growth is beginning to plateau.

Why you should care:

Bottom line: Even if Pinterest manages to top out at 20 million users, as a friendly estimate, it still won’t come close to Facebook’s 155 million current users in the US alone. Those of us living in the tech world often get excited about Internet sensations like Pinterest and their referral traffic, but it is important to not lose sight of the obvious – Facebook and its current user base of 830 million is still the Social Media king in 2012.

That’s not to say that Facebook is the only Social Media tool small businesses should be utilizing. There are an estimated 70 million active Twitter users in the US and YouTube serves up about 4 billion videos on a daily basis. In a world where web marketing is driven by return on investment and total client reach, business owners should look no further than the proven commodities of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, each of which has shown it is here to stay.

We want what’s best for your business:

We often get the early scoop on what’s really happening in the world of social media (lucky you). It’s our goal to make your Web experience as smooth as possible. Call us to hear about “we do it for you” Social Media management and you’ll find out the secret to winning more clients in 2012.


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Web Expert of the Month:

Web Expert of the Month

This month we celebrate Joshua Connor the recipient of the March Web Expert of the Month Award. Joshua plays a central role in developing high-end Market Hardware Websites and Facebook pages. Joshua also designs our Web Digest each month (except for this one – we didn’t want to spoil the secret about him winning this award). Joshua began working at Market Hardware as a Website Consultant in 2009 and currently holds the position of Senior Developer.

Joshua grew up in Rochester, NY and attended Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Design. He currently lives in Alexandria, Virginia, and is engaged to be married to his fiancée Layla in June of this year. Congratulations Joshua!


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Web Digest Factoid:

62% of Fortune 500 companies have active Twitter accounts and 58% have active Facebook Pages (Go Gulf web technologies – March 2012).

What is Market Hardware’s Web Digest?

At Market Hardware, our mission is to help you be an educated and successful web marketer. So we created the monthly Web Digest, quick, easy-to-scan news from the world of Internet Marketing.

Your Web Marketing TeamThe Web Digest complements our traditional monthly newsletter and is another example of how we’ve “got your back” when it comes to web marketing.

Cheers to your web success,

Alain Sig

Alain Parcan

Market Hardware, Inc.

Newsletter Editor

Facebook: Change is good. Here’s how it can make you more money…

Making the Phone Ring

How did April Fools’ Day actually start?

One school of thought might be of interest to you. Stay with me on this… I promise it will be a valuable lesson that may even make you some cash.

Many think April Fools’ started in 1582 with the Gregorian Calendar conversion. Pope Gregory XIII, after whom it was named, decreed the calendar be updated from the old version – the Julian Calendar – in February 1582.

Those who kept using the Julian Calendar into April were peer pressured with taunts like, “You April Fool! You have got to get on the Gregorian Calendar! It is much better than the old one!”

Simply put, the calendar committee in the Vatican changed how the calendar worked and fully upgraded the previously outdated (pun intended) calendar. And, people who did not adapt to that change were teased as fools.

Fast forward to March 2012, when Facebook announced that all Business Pages will be converted to the “Timeline” format. Facebook’s changeover to the more customizable “Timeline” format is a sign of things to come from the social media giant. Facebook is becoming more customizable and frankly, more like a “second” website. Therefore, having a clean, interactive Facebook Business Page in 2012 is as important as having a professional website was three years ago. And, this is a change you should profit from.

There are several new features you need to familiarize yourself with in order to be sure your Facebook Business Page will impress visitors. These tips will help you stay on top of the changes so you’re not teased by your competition for being an April fool.

2012 Hint

Bottom Line: Potential customers are going to find your Facebook Business Page. Will they remember yours or will they remember your competitor’s?

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Never judge a book by its cover; but always judge a Facebook Page by its cover photo.

Facebook Cover Photos

The first difference you’ll notice about the new Timeline format is the large cover photo on every Business Page. Your cover photo is the first thing visitors will see when they view your page. It stretches across the screen and should be unique and exemplary of the work you do. At the bottom left of your cover photo is a smaller image, ideal for you to brand your Facebook page with a company logo. Be sure to take your time selecting photos, because grainy, distorted pictures may turn off your visitors. Turned off visitors leave your page. Not good for business.

Want visitors to see a specific post? Make it stand out to them (consistently)

Let’s say you had juicy offer that worked well with your Facebook visitors last week, but then you posted newer content and your successful offer ended up buried lower on your page… Not anymore. Facebook’s new format lets you pin a post to the top of your Business Page so it remains there for up to 7 days, even as you post new content. Throughout your Timeline, you can also highlight important posts to make them the entire width of your page. These features will allow for increased customization of your page.

Milestones. Not just for scrapbooks anymore.

Facebook Cover Photos

Another Timeline feature you’ll want to take advantage of is Facebook Milestones, which allow you to identify historic company events, such as the year your business was founded, new branch openings, or changes in ownership. Many social media-savvy companies have already begun to fill in Milestones with photos from the past, and users have embraced the feature. If you want people to know about the history of your business, the new Milestone feature represents a golden opportunity, provided you utilize it well.

There’s a lot to learn regarding the changes to Facebook’s format, but the important thing to remember is that change represents opportunity. The Timeline features allow you to customize your Business Page so that visitors get an accurate sense of who you really are. Show prospects your true personality. It’s no secret people buy from companies they like. Now, you can show your Facebook visitors even more reasons to feel comfortable doing business with you. So this April, don’t be a fool. Make sure your business is ready to get as much value out of Facebook as possible. If you need help, call us at 1-888-381-6925.

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Power Stats:

The average Facebook user ‘Likes’ 80 pages.

57% of Facebook users ‘Like’ a brand on Facebook because they want to receive discounts and promotions.

Dream Systems Media / AdAge


 

Griff’s Last Stand…
Griffin I’ve been preaching the value of social media – mostly Facebook – for several months now. Truth is, that wasn’t by coincidence. The benefits of Facebook are growing on a daily basis, as more and more people use the tool regularly. No, we’re not social media crazy. We’ve seen firsthand how effective it can be for small businesses and it’s our job to educate you so your business can succeed.I hope this guide comes in handy when you’re evaluating your Facebook Business Page, assuming you have one already. If you want more suggestions about how to utilize the new features, call us. We’ll tell you secrets about what has been proven to work already.PS — Want to talk more about web marketing, client service, or anything else Internet related? Call us at 1-888-381-6925 to talk to someone right away or email me at newsletters@market-hardware.com and I’ll reply as soon as I can. We’re always happy to help.

Social Media Alert: Facebook Overhauls Business Pages

Pages will look like mini-websites; Older setups could look broken

Market Hardware Facebook Timeline PageFacebook announced on March 4th that it has overhauled its Business Page layout and introduced several new features to improve user experience. Not much time for business owners to adjust: Business Pages will be required to change over to the new “Facebook Timeline” format by March 30th.

Many users are familiar with the Timeline format, as personal pages are already changing over, so it was simply a matter of months before Business Pages followed. The new format allows for increased page customization and easier interaction with fans. The changes will provide users a more visual experience when viewing Business Pages thanks to more customization. “Business owners are going to be caught with their pants down if they are not ready for the changes,” says Rebecca Hussey, Market Hardware Social Media Team Leader.

Why you should care:

By now, you should already have a Facebook Business Page set up. If you don’t take any action on your existing page, it will automatically change to the Timeline format on March 30th. However, some of the new features will not be updated automatically, and your visitors will know if you are not keeping your page up to date. Simply put, your page might look broken.

If you don’t have a page yet, now is the time to get started. Don’t be left behind.

Better pages mean more “word of mouth” referrals

Aside from taking action on the new format, consider what the revamp means for Business Pages in general. Facebook is consistently growing business offerings, and the increased customization options will make it easier to win new business from social media. If you still haven’t set up a Facebook Business Page or want to talk about cover photos, highlights, or milestones (a few of the new Timeline features), contact us and, keep an eye out for our next Web Success Newsletter, which will detail these changes and tell you exactly what you need to do to your page. Let us know if you have any questions and if you want to see the new format, then check out our new Facebook page.

 
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Web Expert of the Month:

Web Expert of the Month

This month we celebrate Bridget Morrison the recipient of the February Web Expert of the Month Award. Bridget defines the team player attitude. She began working at Market Hardware as an Account Manager in 2010 and has since excelled in the position of Social Media Consultant. Bridget brings enthusiasm and expertise to the entire social media team at Market Hardware.

Bridget grew up in Bethlehem, PA and received a degree in Public Relations from Millersville University, after having spent a semester traveling abroad throughout Europe. Bridget is currently pursuing her Masters in Communication at Gonzaga University. Be sure to ask her about her experiences travelling throughout Europe next time she helps you with changes to your website or social media pages.

 
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Web Digest Factoid:

65.2% of the U.S. Web audience is on Facebook (CheckFacebook.com – March 2012).

What is Market Hardware’s Web Digest?

At Market Hardware, our mission is to help you be an educated and successful web marketer. So we created the monthly Web Digest, quick, easy-to-scan news from the world of Internet Marketing.

Your Web Marketing TeamThe Web Digest complements our traditional monthly newsletter and is another example of how we’ve “got your back” when it comes to web marketing.

Cheers to your web success,

Alain Sig

Alain Parcan
Market Hardware, Inc.
Newsletter Editor
(I’m helping Griffin with half his workload at the same pay I had beforehand)

A Day In The Internet

Last week, we posted a Social Media Cheat Sheet to help you manage your engagement across multiple platforms. This week we came across some eye-opening stats that may shine some light on the importance of social media for your small business. Your Internet marketing game plan is more important than ever, as clients simply expect you to be found on various social media platforms. Take some time to look through the evidence in the infographic below.

A Day in the InternetInfographic created by: MBA Online

Small Business Social Media Management

Social Media is becoming more vital to small business owners. These small businesses use their Social Media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, to engage with their clients, and attempt to reach new potential clients. According to the online survey company, Zoomerang, 33 percent of small businesses surveyed are using social media, but 40 percent stated that they intended to use it this year. With numerous social platforms today, the idea of managing multiple accounts can be daunting; however, this Social Media Cheat Sheet, provided by the social media marketing company Flowtown, should ease some of the anxiety.

Social Media Cheat Sheet

Social Media Cheat Sheet

Still Need a New Year’s Resolution?

Tap into the 130 million Americans who…

Are searching for you on their mobile devices

Kindle fire vs ipadEstimates predict a combined 20 million iPads and Kindle Fires were sold last holiday season. That’s proof that mobile computing was this year’s big ticket item, and also opens the door for business owners who haven’t resolved a New Year’s Resolution for their business.

The most popular tech gadgets – the Apple iPad 2 and the Amazon Kindle Fire aren’t just for fun – they represent a golden opportunity for anyone who made a resolution to get more business from the Web in 2012.

Why you should care:

The good news and bad news: Your website will look the same on most tablets as it does on a standard computer, but it may seem unusable on a smartphone. The fix is easy. Get a mobile version of your website. This will ensure each and every tablet displays an easy-to-read version of your website regardless of the visitor’s screen size, operating system, or web browser.

It is important to keep this in mind – mobile computing and social media go together like peanut butter and jelly. It’s what people are doing when you see them staring at their phones and iPads. In fact, Facebook revealed that more than half of its 845 million users access the site via a mobile device (Facebook IPO – 2012). An easy way to get your business “mobile-ready” for those 400 million + users is to set up your Facebook Business Page. Social media can be a major resource for your small business in 2012 if you start using it now. If you have questions about mobile devices or social media, contact us. We’ll give you free, helpful advice.


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Web Expert of the Year:

Web Experts Lynn

This month we celebrate Lynn Muldoon – the recipient of the 2011 Web Expert of the Year Award. Lynn is the true definition of a professional Internet marketing consultant. Since joining Market Hardware in 2006, she has given friendly and knowledgeable web marketing advice to more than 5,000 small business owners across the country. Lynn consistently earns rave reviews from her clients and co-workers for her ability to identify a business problem and offer a solution that fits a client’s needs. Websites, search engines, social media, and mobile – Lynn gives custom recommendations to each unique situation.

Lynn has been happily married for 22 years and is the mother of 3 wonderful daughters (yet she still looks 29 years old). She grew up in Norwalk, CT and graduated from Holy Cross College in Worcester, MA. Next time you call in for a web marketing consultation and talk to Lynn, be sure to ask her why she is so modest about her awesomeness.


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Web Digest Factoid:

In the year 2014, mobile Internet is predicted to take over desktop and laptop Internet usage (Microsoft Tag – April 2011).

What is Market Hardware’s Web Digest?

At Market Hardware our mission is to help you be an educated and successful web marketer. So we created the monthly Web Digest, quick, easy-to-scan news from the world of Internet Marketing.

Your Web Marketing TeamThe Web Digest complements our traditional monthly newsletter and is another example of how we’ve “got your back” when it comes to web marketing.

Cheers to your web success,

Alain Sig

Alain Parcan

Market Hardware, Inc.

Newsletter Editor

(I’m helping Griffin with half his workload at the same pay I had beforehand)


Want my pick? Patriots 27 – Giants 24.

Word-of-Mouth Game Plan Yep, the Patriots will add another championship to their trophy case.

Consider this my official prediction for Sunday’s big game. Here’s why: Bleacher Report, a popular sports blog, pointed out that although the Giants have a dangerous group of receivers, the Patriots match up well. On the other hand, the Giants don’t have the defensive players to match up with Wes Welker, Rob Gronkowski, and Aaron Hernandez, giving New England an edge. SB Nation, another popular sports blog, is putting a lot of stock in Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s combined experience in three Super Bowl wins. My own research showed that the Patriots had the NFL’s second-ranked offense through the regular season and a running back who has never fumbled in his entire career.

You didn’t think I would make an uneducated guess did you? No, being the web geek that I am, I searched high and low for reliable information to help me make a well-informed prediction. I trust the experts I find online, especially if my friends referred them to me. In 2012, that’s how people get advice. They trust the recommendations they find online, which usually come from their friends. See what I’m getting at?

If you are a business owner, the best method for spreading your good reputation is Word-of-Mouth marketing.

Word-of-Mouth marketing is based on the honest opinion of your customers, who will end up influencing other potential customers. A satisfied customer will tell others about your services; a disappointed customer will not. Your goal should be to have every one of your customers informing their friends about how great you are. In 2012, social media is the secret to kicking off your Word-of-Mouth marketing.

2012 Hint Bottom Line: Social media is connecting people via Word-of-Mouth in a way never before imaginable. That’s why you need to add social media to your 2012 marketing playbook.

This is how Word-of-Mouth explodes on Social Media Gone are the days when Word-of-Mouth meant simply picking up a phone and sharing an experience with a friend. Modern day Word-of-Mouth now revolves around social media; a constantly-spreading web of digital connections where one recommendation could reach thousands of people within a matter of minutes. Customers can instantly express their positive feelings about your business through a Facebook post, a Tweet, or an online review.

Given the high level of trust consumers have in Word-of-Mouth marketing, doesn’t it make sense to give them an avenue to talk positively about your business online?

You see, just like me and my Super Bowl research, people trust the opinions and advice they get from credible sources. And, when it comes to social media, people trust their friends’ opinions as if friends were true experts. So when your most recent customer goes to ‘Like’ your company on Facebook because they thought you did a good job, consider that to be Word-of-Mouth in action. Potential customers will see that their trusted sources think highly of your business, and they will call you the next time they need the service you provide.

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The good news is social media makes Word-of-Mouth marketing easy. Follow these 3 golden rules and you’ll see how useful social media can be for building Word-of-Mouth referrals in 2012:

  1. Interact with your customers.  Fill out your Facebook Business Page and ask your satisfied clients to ‘Like’ your page and leave online reviews. Maintaining personal online relationships with your customers gives them confidence in your business and lays the foundation for your positive reputation.
  2. Stay involved with your customers.  Update your pages often, answer your clients’ questions, and provide special offers. Don’t give your customers a reason to go elsewhere.
  3. Keep track of your customers.  They are responsible for initiating your Word-of-Mouth marketing. Be sure to let them know you appreciate their input and they’ll continue to share positive reviews with hundreds of their friends on a regular basis.

Your customers (and potential customers) are using social media to give each other recommendations all the time. With so much communication going on, you need to make sure your business is the topic of conversation. Want more advice about how to set up business pages on Facebook and Twitter? Give us a call at 1-888-381-6925 and we will tell you how we can help.


Power Stats:

90% of people trust their friends’ recommendations above any form of advertising.

Source: Venture Beat


Griff’s Last Stand…

Griffin Think about who you are predicting to win the Super Bowl. Did any of the previews or articles you read in the past two weeks change your opinion at all? Probably. Consider how much you value credible sources when you’re planning your 2012 marketing strategy.

Be sure to remember this article on Monday. Hopefully my prediction comes true, but if it was that easy to predict results, there would be no reason to watch games. However, one thing I am sure of is the value of Word-of-Mouth marketing in 2012. Take my word for it… even if you don’t agree with my Super Bowl prediction.

PS — Want to talk more about web marketing, client service, or anything else Internet related? Call us at 1-888-381-6925 to talk to someone right away or email me at newsletters@markethardware.com and I’ll reply as soon as I can. We’re always happy to help.

This article was written by Market Hardware’s Griffin Davis. Reach Griffin at gdavis@markethardware.com or reach anyone on his web expert team at 888-381-6925.

Big news in online advertising

Still don’t think its worth it to make the change from print advertising to online advertising? More and more businesses are moving their money out of traditional marketing and onto the Web. Our team of experts at Market Hardware has been expecting this for years. It’s no secret that customers are using online resources to find businesses and services instead of looking in the Yellow Pages.

If you’re not marketing online yet, this may be the perfect time to establish your online presence before any more of your competitors beat you to the punch. Give us a call to find out how we can help you get found on the Web.

Don’t believe us? Read this article from Mashable for more encouragement

Online Ad Spending to Surpass Print for First Time in 2012

Back to the Flu-ture (again)

Back to the Future2012 got off to a rocky start for me. So far, I’ve spent most of it in bed with a nasty flu, trying to brainstorm an idea for this New Year’s newsletter (hopefully you like my clever title and the pic of Marty McFly’s DeLorean). Fact is, the first time I left the house this year was for a doctor visit. I admit that I skipped my flu shot again. Is this a familiar recurring mistake for you too? Yes, I declared myself too busy to get an easy preventative shot, and paid the consequences.

(I know what you’re thinking: “Griffin spent all that time coming up with an idea for a newsletter and this is what he came up with? Flu shots? How can he possibly bring this back to marketing?” Well, keep reading.)

If you are reading this, it’s a safe bet you are interested – and invested – in Internet marketing. But what else do you do to promote your business? Do you still advertise in the yellow pages or direct mail? How about email marketing, are you still talking about it? (Was that last years resolution?) Have you set up a Business Page on Facebook or Twitter? Have you launched a mobile-ready version of your website yet?

Here’s the point, too many businesses don’t make the time to integrate their marketing message across all of these offline and online efforts. For example, your website should feature links to all of your social media pages, which should also be included on any emails you send to customers. Your yellow page and print ads should not only list your website address, but your Facebook Business Page too.

See, marketing geeks like me have a term for this strategy – Integrated Marketing. The purpose of integrated marketing is to use a consistent brand image and sales message everywhere you promote your business. You want to make your website, social media, print, direct mail, even radio and cable TV work together as a unified force, rather than isolated, one-time efforts. Consistency across all of these channels increases the likelihood your sales message and brand reputation will compel a customer to call you.

Here are the 3 most common Integrated Marketing mistakes we help folks recognize:

  1. Their website address is not lettered onto signs, service vehicles, business cards, invoices, phone system voicemail, etc.
  2. They have no Facebook Business Page set up yet – or their existing Facebook page is not integrated into offline and online marketing efforts.
  3. They use inconsistent branding, logos, color schemes, offers, and messaging across all their marketing efforts.

These mistakes should make you a little queasy. But don’t worry – they are easily fixed. And January is the best time to do it because Integrated Marketing will help you earn more new business for the entire year. And who doesn’t want the best year ever?

If you need help integrating your business image onto your website or need advice about what to do with Social Media in 2012, contact Market Hardware at (888) 381-6925 and ask for help.

2012 HintBottom line: In 2012, your customers expect you to use social media just like they expected you to have a website 10 years ago.

If you aren’t integrating social media on your website or in your offline advertising, get it fixed now! It seems like a no-brainer, but then again, so is getting your annual flu shot. Sometimes we forget to do the obvious. That’s why we have each other.

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Power Stats:

What do consumers want local businesses to do on social networking sites?

  • 81% of consumers want the business to respond to posts/messages (from fans/followers)
  • 78% want to see promotions and discount specials
  • 74% want to see regular posts and updates
  • 66% want to see real pictures of the company

Source: ComScore, as presented at the SMX East conference.


Griff’s Last Stand…

GriffinIntegrating your marketing message is like getting a flu shot. It’s the smart and adult thing to do, but many of us don’t make the time to do it. And, just like skipping a flu shot, not integrating your business message can be a costly mistake.Take a quick look at your website and see if a customer would be able to find a link to your business’ Facebook pages. If not, give us a call at 1-888-381-6925 and we will help. If you are already integrated, then I give you a clean bill of health. Until February at least.(PS – Want to talk more about web marketing, client service, or anything else Internet related? Call us at 1-888-381-6925 to talk to someone right away or email me at newsletters@markethardware.com and I’ll reply as soon as I can. We’re always happy to help.

This article was written by Market Hardware’s Griffin Davis. Reach Griffin at gdavis@markethardware.com or reach anyone on his web expert team at 888-381-6925.


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