Why Blogging for Business Matters

Net66 on the joy of business blogging

Cocker Spaniel blogging image by the Everett Collection.
You never know who could be listening: or in the case of your blogging activities, who could be reading your latest posts. Image by the Everett Collection (via Shutterstock).

Website? Check. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube et al? Check. Blog? Erm, pass. The success of any business’ online presence entails a triumvirate of a well-optimised website (designed for all devices); wide presence on social media sites; and a beautifully-crafted blog. Blogging is by far the most important form of social networking processes. You can either setup a blog within your website’s server space, or through a free account with WordPress or Google (via Blogger). Continue reading “Why Blogging for Business Matters”

Facebook or Twitter: Which Works Best?

Net66 looks at the two social networking sites and as to which of the two works best for small businesses

For many businesses, Twitter and Facebook are the main two social media channels. They might choose a significant third channel such as LinkedIn or Google+. As following your company’s Facebook and/or Twitter feed no longer means PC access (smartphones and digital tablets are more common), this equates to a wider potential audience. Continue reading “Facebook or Twitter: Which Works Best?”