With almost 200 million blogs worldwide, blogging has never been more popular. From sharing what you’re up to in your personal life to professional blogging, there’s something for everyone. With this amount of blogs, sometimes good ones can get lost in the crowd, which is where recommendations and blog love come in. Who’s on your list?
The amount of businesses that still aren’t utilizing social media isn’t getting any smaller. Despite case studies and figures showing that social media continues to force its way into the mainstream as an extremely effective tool for connections and expanding your networks. Yet are the businesses to blame, or does the real fault lie with those who are the loudest supporters of social media?
Social media is many things to many people. For some it’s simply a way of connecting and making new friends online. For others, it’s an essential tool in their strategy of online brand building. With this in mind, I offer a series of interviews where different people share their views with me on how they use social media. Sharing his thoughts this time around is John Easton, founder of Eastonsweb Multimedia.
If you’re wondering what you want from social media, you could always think of how you like your eggs boiled. There are two trains of thought when it comes to boiling an egg – soft or hard boiled. This pretty much equates to delving into social media – gently or full-on. So, how do you boil your eggs?