It’s difficult to stay on top of all the information flying around on the web, that is why I’m sharing with you today these HOT LINKS. I’ve saved all of what I think is the best content for you. I can’t write about all these topics myself and if I decided to do that, by the time I’d be done it might not be as useful to you.
Anyways, I recommend you bookmark these articles yourself for later if you can read them all, they might come in handy later. I know you have a business to run.
Here are some of the HOT LINKS I found this week:
When I first read this post it made me think of what we could begin to see as the future of selling on the web. Joyus a new startup to be the next QVC online?
It’s berserk to see how much money businesses are expected to spend on advertising in 2011. When the facts prove that a small percent of consumers trust advertising as a source for product or service information. Find out who they actually trust…
Seems like Google sees potential in the online local businesses market and it’s launched a more simple advertising platform that small business owners can start using with a shorter learning curve. If you’re a small business owner this should be a very valuable tool for you, becuase it saves you money, you would otherwise be paying people like me to create your online marketing campaigns.
I bet that as a business owner you’ve asked yourself the same question. Sonia Simone make a good argument of whether it’s a wise decision to “hire or not a social media expert” in this post, and it also clarifies the rumor of whether 95% of social media experts are clowns or not.
There you go, four HOT sausages, I mean links you can fill your brain with. Did you find any of these useful?
If those links were not enough…
- Tablets Give E-Commerce a Real-World Feel :Are mobile phones really the next big thing?
- Inside the lives of Social Networking Site Users (infographic)
- 5 Excellent Small Business Blogs To Learn From : A nice way that businesses are using blogs not only to promote their products and services but also provide an inside view of what really goes on behind the scenes.