We use the web to search out tons of information, to shop online and to connect with friends and family. And in the process criminals are trying to whack us over the head and steal from us. And they’ve become very proficient at their craft while most computer users know enough about protecting themselves today as they did 15 years ago. Which equates to not so much.
Beauty is only skin-deep, never forget that. Pictures are important for online dating profiles, but remember to keep an open mind. Turning someone down based off of a two second look at their my blog is unfair. Get to know the character first, if nothing else you’re gaining experience in talking to the opposite sex. Now, when it comes to your pictures make sure that you’re putting your best foot forward. Tacky pictures taken at 2 a.m. in front of your webcam are not attractive. Get a friend or a professional to go outside with you, yes sunlight should be involved, and take some quality pictures. Smiling never killed anyone, so try it.
I was gabbing with my stylist, and we got on the topic of social media. It turns out that her husband does something somewhat related, and the next thing I knew she was excited to tell him that she met someone who “actually had a brain” about it. It’s another example of never knowing where your next break will come from. It may not lead anywhere, but so what? It’s another pair of eyes out there on my behalf.
Social media profiles: yes, really. Sometimes people end up on your profile, yet it is not their preferred social network to be on. By listing your other profiles, the visitor can easily get to your profile on their preferred network. Twitter is an exception, the bio section is simply too small to include this and is better served for your profile information.
Too much social media – Social media is an important key to have a successful blog, but too much of anything is unhealthy. Some bloggers spend way more time updating their setting up social profile they forget to update their blog.
Decide to do more Keyword Searches. Have you changed your products or services in the last quarter? If you have then make sure you remove the old keywords and place the new keywords that pertain to your new product or services. Keep in mind Search Engine Optimization is a constant just like death and taxes. Do a spring cleaning of sorts, take out the old keywords or maybe use them toward the end of you keywords and place the more relevant ones at the beginning of your keywords. Check your competition keywords. What are they using?
Follow these 22 simple tips and you’ll have a failsafe methodology for engaging with your customers, clients and prospects on social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google + and more.