Is your business a Social Network? #madeinengland #webservices #blogger
A small business is a business that is privately owned and operated, with a small number of employees and relatively low volume of sales. Small businesses are normally privately owned corporations, partnerships, or sole proprietorships. The legal definition of "small" varies by country and by industry, ranging from fewer than 15 employees under the Australian Fair Work Act 2009, 50 employees in the European Union and fewer than 500 employees to qualify for many U.S. Small Business Administration programs.
Society is a network, business is a network, families are a network...When you ride a horse your body has contact with the horse’s body. If you really get a good contact with a horse it feels like your spine is conected to the horse’s spine, a thought to turn right feels like it happens imediatly, you feel as one. This is a bizzare feeling but is an example of an organic plug in network. This feeling can be reproduced in a small business context. FaceBook ect. did not invent ‘networks’!
Using established networks can be an important way to achieve growth in small, medium and large businesses. If you get it right the flood gates will open and visitors will come flooding in! Sales will increase and your profile will soar. It is important that a robust strategy is created for a network sales campaign to succeed, achieve this and you will create a formidable and powerful tool.
We are all now all very aware that the success of a website depends on a myriad of variable factors. One stratagem employed by Optimisers is to 'sell the brand' via social networking sites. One of the main distributors is Twitter - if you already have an account you will be aware that the posts placed are 99% twitter shit. There are however more niche networking sites.