Do you use Twitter?If so, how? If not, why? Do you even need to be on Twitter? Since the birth of the site, these are age old questions that have been and will continually be asked regarding the popular micro-blogging social network. Millions are on Twitter, but how many use it effectively?
The following tips may very well helpto save you time, money, and frustration if you’re considering diving into the twitter-sphere as so many other business owners have. The following tips were given to a tweeter when they asked for advice on “How To Use Twitter” with the best tips their twitter friends/followers could offer? This is yet another great way to use twitter.
If that’s not enough, here’s another 140 Twitter Tips:
Do you have a question about Twitter or any other site, application, product or service? Try using Twitter to ask your question, create a discussion, and get fast and valuable information about pretty much anything you want to know? Keep in mind that there are always people willing to share their findings, tips, and solutions with you and the best part is that they’ll do it for free!
Gen “Y” Impact on Real Estate and Technology
Jason Ryan Dorsey “The Gen Y Guy” shares his research, views, and experience with CEO of CKJ International on BestAgentTV.com. This is a longer video than we would normally post here but felt our viewers and subscribers will find great value in the information Jason imparts.
The Gen “Y” years, according to Jason, make up the generation of people born between 1977 and 1995 which makes up the largest and most powerful and influential generations of our time. “This will be a painful challenge for individuals and companies who choose not to adjust” quoted from Jason.
There is a completely new way that expectations are met, and a “NEW” way business gets done! Watch and learn, most of you will be able to relate.
YourBusinessChannel posted this video which raises the question, “Will Facebook Become a Bank?” As Facebook and Twiiter approach the numbers in traffic that Google currently experiences, some would agree that this may be the next move or scramble by some of the Top Social Media players.
What’s the future hold for this type of online bank? Would you place your savings, credit cards, or even your home loans in a Facebook Bank?
This is a really interesting concept, one I’m sure we’ll see unfolding sooner than later. Would love to hear your thoughts, both good and bad, as to why this will or won’t work in the future of on-line banking?