Do you know what your ideal
customer looks like? Do you know where they are? Do you sometimes feel like you need a crystal ball? If you had one, would customers manifest for you?
Taking the mystery out of manifestation, it’s a simple case of when you know what you’re looking for, you’re more likely to find it.
There are many opportunities to connect online with businesses or people
in certain sectors, or geographical areas. One such way is via organised sessions on Twitter
when Tweeters share information on what they do, and engage with other businesses on Twitter using a ‘hashtag’ (#).
Great news from north of the Tyne, where the residents of North Tyneside are being encouraged to get their business idea off the ground with some free professional support.
With an open day happening on Thursday 27th September at the Saville Exchange in North Shields, budding entrepreneurs can seek advice from a team of experts, as well as being able to sample the wares of others who’ve already taken the plunge.
Find out more on the attached flyer Be Your Own Boss Flyer.
Come and say hello – I’ll be there all day!
When people ask me why they should use Facebook for their business, I’m always looking for current examples of great successes. Take a look at this Citr
oën Facebook campaign….
Over the period of this campaign to design a new car, Citroën grew its Facebook fan base by more than 13,500 to almost 93,000 fans.
Introducing the new Citroën C1 Connexion – designed by their Facebook fans and won by one very happy Facebook fan, Steven Davies.
See his reaction as he picks up his prize….