In todays market, social networks are becoming a very big part of user interaction. People like buying when they can trust, and with social networking, friends are the ones selling! People like to buy things that their friends refer to them and this is fact.
1. Facebook Business Page – Create a business account within Facebook, be sure to see how you competitors built theirs, so … [ Read More ]
As predicted, the social media is being utilized by the Social Network – Presidential Campaign Style. Republican Tim Pawlenty “T-Paw” started his campaign on Facebook letting all his “friends” know of his presidential dreams and goals. Pawlenty has even created a mobile website, live streaming videos to Facebook and awarding badges to his supporters.
The candidates plan to use the Internet for a much greater White House campaign than we’ve ever seen, communicating directly with voters and supporters connected to their … [ Read More ]
Data from a social media statistics tool, clearly shows President Barack Obama won the 2008 election by using technology to connect to his audience, as well as his overall lead in the “blogging market” as a whole. 500 million blog postings mentioned President Obama’s name since the beginning of the presidential convention campaigns. In comparison, only 150 million blog posts mentioned Senators John McCain’s name. Unfortunately, the statistics were not available for the oh so famous former Governor of Alaska, … [ Read More ]
1. Keep thinking of new and interesting design concepts
Being a graphic designer you have to keep your mind open for new trends, ideas, and concepts. Never be scared to be a pioneer in Web Design. You could be the next Picasso of flyers, Leonardo da Vinci posters or even Rapheal of websites; the world is still talking about these artist because they made history with their work … [ Read More ]