Posts Tagged ‘Google’

Think with you being on social media is a crime? guess again, here are 20 tips for social media during christmas day with you should be doing!

You do have Google Alerts set up for all relevant brand names and topics, yes?
Let people know you’ll be available online
Your site does work on the most popular mobiles and tablets, yes?
Have your FAQ updated and revised with most common/popular questions from this time of year at the top
In everything you put online, think like a consumer. What will they be asking?
Is your online store up and running OK? Do you have emergency contact phone numbers for any technical or PR issues that arise?
Schedule tweets across the day with links to the most commonly asked questions regarding your brands
Are there any relevant online links you can link to? Again, feel free to schedule them
If scheduling Facebook posts via Hootsuite or other tool, remember that it will impact on your Edgerank
Think about the times people will go online – for example, 3pm in the UK is a bad time as most are having dinner – and when your customers are like to be online
Is there anything you have – app for example – that you can encourage people to go to to download with their new tablets/phones/etc? Bonus points if it’s a free download (for example, a client of mine – Whyte & Mackay have a SatNav voice from a Scotsman that they make available as a free download for TomTom users)
Schedule some tweets wishing a Merry Xmas to the people who have been key helps or influencers to you over the year
Have a reply policy in place covering the most expected comments from consumers
Let people know in your biogs for Twitter and your latest Facebook updates – that you might not reply as promptly as normal but that you will reply (give them an ETA if you want.)
Check a few times throughout the day when you get a quiet moment. Having a properly set-up smartphone can be a gift for this as you can check things in the car (as long as you aren’t driving)
Remember, the odds are that if people are mentioning you for help or to moan about an issue, they just want you to resolve it quickly so they can get back to the fun stuff
Try not to post if you’ve had too much of the Christmas spirit (or any other kind of spirit) – a drunken tweet could cause the issues you are trying to avoid
As it’s Christmas, why not wish your competitors a Merry Xmas? After all, the British and Germans could do it during war. Also, the odds are they’ve taken Xmas off, so why not monitor their timelines/mentions and help people out if you can. It may get you customers in the long run…
Remember, many people will be watching TV with their laptop/mobile as their second screen for tweeting. Feel free to join in the chat if you have time
Have fun. Yes, it’s work but you can enjoy work you know
With a bit of planning and scheduling, there’s no reason to be chained to the keyboard all day long, but you should check in to make sure your customers are happy. After all, it’s the season of giving and it’s your place to give customer satisfaction and happiness.

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Dreams will cease to be Dreams when you invest in the right people to Educate, Engage, and Inspire

If you noticed today while browsing the world wide web you’ll notice the link

at the below the search bar. This link will lead you to a section for Google to share how they gave back in 2011.


“At Google, philanthropy is a core value. This year we gave more than $100 million to various organizations around the world — including $40 million in grants that celebrate the giving season by supporting four causes that we consider particularly important: science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education; girls’ education; empowerment through technology; and fighting human trafficking and modern-day slavery.


We invite you to celebrate the giving season along with us by learning about these organizations, the great work they’re doing, and how you can support them.”

I believe more tech companies in Hamilton, Ontario will be following the same suit in 2012. It is one thing I’ve noticed about our great city is how clusters of the community are able

to come together for a good intention to create a better Hamilton. The larger a company with world wide success the bigger the city grows with it just from the volunteer’s who have started up communities to better the Art, Technology, Start-Up, Food and Truck industry has been overwhelming to see!

Predictions for 2012 in the Technology industry

• I believe the build for tomorrow’s future will be slow but a straight line all the way to the top

• I believe more than a few companies will soon relocate from the surrounding cities to come to Hamilton, and they will bring new insight to help the communities as a whole.

• I believe the City of Hamilton will approve of a building designated in the downtown area for Co-op Start-Up for development in technology.

within this co-op the start-up’s will flourish  with success from their hard work. But within the individual co-op whom will converse about ideas

will develop something that revolutionizes the way we look at life.