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Maybe not for everyone,
but, I ask you this: do you really want to pass up what is, essentially, free advertising?
do you really want to pass up what is, essentially, free advertising?
You can encourage people with common interests or needs for your goods or services to talk to each other.
You can offer your customers a place to interact with you with feedback or about issues (careful - must be monitored closely)
You can treat your Facebook page like a VIP area where your fans get something that they don't get anywhere else. In my case, I give them extra information that they don't get on the site.
China blocks Facebook and Twitter,
the government calls it a sensless waste of time
[edited by: netmeg at 2:27 pm (utc) on Sep 23, 2010]
If you're going to suggest twitter and facebook, share some insights on the numbers - if the numbers work then there's an ROI - if there's an ROI we'll do it.
Considering that this is basically free traffic with only about 30 minutes of work total per day, I'm not complaining. If I use Adwords to get about 15,000 traffic per month, that will cost me some pretty penny.
Everyone owes it to themselves to spend a day setting up a profile for each site on every major social network