Entries Tagged as On Twitter. Now What?
We have been working with Bryan to augment his online presence and search engine visibility and advise him about on-site SEO. We also connected his 3Dcart store on http://www.olgatdesigns.com to Twitter. We used the built-in feed and IFTTT.com. A new Tweet appears automatically when new products are posted on the web store.
Recently we visited him at the Farmers Market in Coconut Point and used our iPad to shoot some video footage and photos.
Update October 15, 2012
Today's update is about the material used by Birgit Pauli-Haack during the event.
What is it that really excites you? What it is that stirs your passion, gets you going?
Is it something you make? Something you do? Is it some service you perform for others? Some talent you have? Find out how to grow a business from avocation to vocation at the Turning Your Passion-2-Profit entrepreneurial trade show and seminar.
Set for Saturday, October 13, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Florida Gulf Coast University, the conference is organized the Small Business Development Center at FGCU and Southwest Florida Business Today and will feature as keynote speaker Jerry Ross, lifelong entrepreneur and Executive Director of the National Entrepreneur Center in Orlando.
We had very lively and interesting discussions throughout the 90 minutes presentation. Participating business owners contributed good questions and conclusions. As promised, the slide deck is published on slideshare.net for your self-study and for following up on all links mentioned during this event. Harry Looknanan and I also discussed some more ideas regarding an upcoming Social Networks Bootcamp for Business Owners. If you have particular topics or questions that you would like included, please post them in our comment section below. Also if you are interested in attending the Social Networks Bootcamp session, let us know and we will make sure that you will be notified.
Twitter has been a great resource tool for me and our team to learn about new tools, insights in other people's work or great articles around the Internet on the curring edge between marketing and technology. Here are the articles for the last week I would like to share with you.
You can use various webapps to deal with Twitters RSS feeds: Take an inside look on Listenning to Twitter Streams via Twitter Search, Auto-post RSS feeds from various sources to Twitter, and keep a close look on friends, followers and favorites via RSSFriends. All three tools are briefly discussed.