Wednesday, September 28, 2011
AdWords for social networking... cool...
Twitter Launches Cost per Follow & Cost per Engagement Beta Test
The “Cost-per-Follow” (CPF) model allows Twitter-based businesses to bid on each new follower at an anticipated average cost of $2-3, according to the San Francisco-based social media giant. The second model, “Cost-per-Enagement” (CPE) will charge an average of $0.50 per click, favorite, RT, and @Replies to the promoted business...
But, if and when this campaign debuts to the public, small businesses and individuals could celebrate the campaign as an opportunity to focus on promoting to users who are more likely to turn into conversions. In other words, a website for accountants could promote strictly to potential followers who need accounting help, maximizing their user of Twitter. - John Rowa
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Check out my latest article on FreeCustomWebsite.com:
Google+ Traffic Up 1300% but Business Pages are Key for Long-Term Growth
Google Plus took the “invite only” tag off it’s sign up process last week and the results are in: Over 15 million visits were made to Google+ for the week ending September 24th, according to traffic trackers Experian Hitwise. That’s an increase of almost 1300% from the previous week as new users clamored for a taste of Google’s social networking option–though it’s still a drop in the bucket compared to Facebook’s 1.8 BILLION visits per week.
And while Google and social networking buffs may celebrate the meteoric rise in interest, the true key for Google+ growth will be found in its ability to allow an individual, company, or small business websites to promote themselves.