Each Facebook "like" = 20 website visitors

June 23, 2011 under Uncategorized

At least, that’s according to a UK blogger who works for Internet traffic research company Hitwise.  In a post he wrote earlier today he says: “each new fan acquired on Facebook is worth 20 additional visits to your website over the course of a year”.
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Depending on how many “likes” and how you measure the success for your website this can add up quickly – 1,000 Facebook fans can mean over 1,500 unique visitors to your web each month, over 50 per day!

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F-commerce: Facebook meets e-commerce #Milyoni

May 25, 2011 under Uncategorized

Late last week, Facebook commerce app provider Milyoni secured $3M in venture capital funding.  With this comes further buzz across the Internet about the newly coined term: “F-commerce”. With 600 million users on Facebook and counting, online retailers are rapidly realizing the importance of moving their business on to social media.

Despite recent news coverage, Milyoni is far from the only player in the newly emerging F-commerce space. In fact, JUMP IN Social Media can rapidly open up your e-commerce website to your company’s Facebook page. We even have competitive rates if your company wants to go further and develop their own custom app. Effectively leveraging f-commerce will allow your company to market directly to your customer’s social media contacts, increasing both sales revenue and order conversions.

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Moving your e-commerce operations to Facebook is really a no brainer.

Whether you have a small or large website, why not contact JUMP IN Social Media for more information on how to better capitalize on social media for your e-commerce website.

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Who's making money on the LNKD (LinkedIn) IPO tommorow?

May 18, 2011 under Uncategorized

The WSJ breaks it down for ya! Is this the beginning of the Social Media bubble!? like the dot.com bubble of 2000?

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LinkedIn's IPO going public on Thursday ( LNKD)

May 18, 2011 under Uncategorized

LinkedIn is the first major social media company to go public. They will trade on the New York Stock Exchange as LNKD.
They hope to raise $274 Million Dollars. Wonder what Facebook will bring when they go public?

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10 Small Business Social Media Marketing Tips

May 16, 2011 under Uncategorized
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oes your company have a social media presence? If not, get started by using this 10 small business social marketing tips to get started. Here’s the link to Mashable. Still need help? Call us

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Microsoft in talks to buy Skype 8.2 Billion

May 10, 2011 under Uncategorized

I remember using skype when it first came out… I was thinking… how can these guys make money? It’s free!

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Facebook is world's fastest growing brand

May 9, 2011 under Uncategorized

The big news in BrandZ Rankings’ annual Global Top 100 Brands report is that Apple overtook Google as most valuable brand.  If you look at the numbers more closely, Facebook had the most growth in brand value, increasing nearly 250% year over year.

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Now more than ever, it’s important to get your company out on Facebook.  Let us help you get jump started on your social media management needs.

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Facebook hides "suggest page to friends" for now

May 2, 2011 under Uncategorized
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dmins are not able to suggest pages to friends, at least for now. check out this articlezp8497586rq

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Twitter user reports Bin Laden raid "live" without knowing it!

May 2, 2011 under Uncategorized
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ere’s another example of how powerful Social Media can be.  This Twitter user was reporting live about the raid but didn’t know exactly all the details..  but check out his tweets!zp8497586rq

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Use Facebook to give your company a “like wall”

April 26, 2011 under Uncategorized

Popular UK digital marketing blog Econsultancy posted an interesting blog last week coining the phrase “like wall” as opposed to “pay wall”.  The idea is that on Facebook, many companies are beginning to implement “like walls”, offering incentives such as contests, coupons, and giveaways to entice users on Facebook to like their company’s page.  When the customer enters the contest, your company will not only receive actionable customer data, but customers will also start to see your promotional updates on their news feed every time they log into Facebook.

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At JUMP IN Social Media, we are continually working to update our popular Facebook contest app to have more functionality.  Capitalizing on recent Facebook code changes rolled out earlier this year, our app now increases its visibility on entrants personal Facebook walls when they enter contests, and can even allow your company to send promotional updates directly to a user’s Facebook notifications.  Learn more about this and our other social media services.  Or contact us.

 

 

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