If the status is not really time critical (e. g. you might be posting a joke or some sort of intriguing remark) then the most effective moment I have found to post status updates is weekday evenings. The most amount of people I have seen on facebook (looking at exactly who is on-line via facebook chat) has been Monday to Thursday evening. Once your blog is up and running, you start blogging or writing smart, useful and fun articles that show the breadth and depth of your expertise.
Of course, you’d include links on your articles back to your website-and that’s how online surfers get to visit your domain. Pick Several. The limitation of just picking one and sticking with it is that you may be missing out on interaction with friends, fans, or other business. In that case, you may need to join several microblogging sites in order to gain broader visibility. Obviously, things can get complex from here on out. How often do you change your status? When was the last time you changed status?
Should you do it on all? One thing to understand straight away is that traditional marketing doesn’t work on Twitter. If you start “tweeting” links to your latest press releases, overtly pushing your products or generally offering nothing of value then you’re trying to force feed a community something it doesn’t want. 3) Facebook – This mammoth social network now boasts over a BILLION users worldwide and should be used by every chiropractor. Facebook has free and paid ways to advertise and get the chiropractic message of health out to the public.
The first thing you’ll want to do is to set-up a business fan page if you haven’t done so. Of course, Twitter can be a good way to draw attention to your best content, and even to special offers or products. However, the content must be genuinely remarkable to be worth posting about. If it isn’t people will lose faith in you and your company. The same applies for promotions. If you paste your link into the http://wearesocial.sg/blog/2012/01/social-asia-tuesday-tuneup-11/ field on a URL shortening service, it will first run the link through its database to see if it already exists there.
If the link is already there, it will give you the already created shortened version of the link. If your link doesn’t appear in the database already, the URL service will add it and then run the link through a random or sequential alphanumeric generator. That simply means it will create a shorter link composed of letters and numbers. After the shortened link is published, when someone clicks on it they are redirected to the original link. He also wasn’t concerned that Athar was getting all the attention.
To clarify on Shah’s Tweets, he wasn’t in Abbottabad at the time, but was reTweeting what his family told him was happening.