Filipinos are crazy over social networking! Apart from television, it seems as though the internet is one of our guilty pleasures with the average Filipino spending hours in front of the computer each day. With this situation in mind, you really can’t blame business owners as they start to invest ...
Google’s latest Penguin update which also brought about the rise to prominence of social signals as vital search engine ranking factors must have caught SEO specialists the world over by surprise – perhaps including you.
These days, it is so easy for people to suffer from information overload due to the sheer amount of content they have access to. Because of this, it is harder than ever to get people’s attention.
Social media is currently one of the cornerstones of internet marketing.
Social media is not just a great way to build relationships anymore but also a way to foster collaboration online between groups of people even if they are separated by distance. Here are some of the ways that social media help people collaborate.
The phenomenon of the Facebook “Like” as seen in the marketing site is this: businesses get to know who and how many are patrons and how many are potential customers.
I seriously think that there is a competition going on between the Like and Share functions in Facebook.
Facebook ads are utilized by enterprising individuals to conduct research, promote products or services, collect raw data, etc.
Launched early this year on beta as a free service to replace the failed Facebook Deals, the new Facebook Offers will start charging merchants at least $5 to run an offer on their pages.
Online marketing is a very powerful tool in the Philippines today.