Facebook: It’s A No Brainer

Facebook has officially beat out Google as the # 1 most visited U.S. website for last week. Why should you care? Well, this is just a reminder that Facebook is one of the most important sites to be connected to these days. I started researching some tips, tricks, and techniques on how to use Facebook from a business perspective. This post is to inspire you to use this site as leverage to get the word out about your company. Does your company have a fan page? Are you constantly updating and interacting with fans of your company?

Mari Smith is a Relationship Marketing Specialist and Facebook Business Coach that helps entrepreneurs and companies use this social networking giant as efficiently as possible. With the importance of content management marketing and finding the best way to make sure your company is tuned in to your best practices process, social networking plays a crucial role in the buzz you create. While browsing through some of her blog posts, and checking out the ideas she is sharing, I think it would be very useful to digest. Mari currently has 63,749 followers on Twitter. Also, here is an interesting interview I found with Mari on FastCompany.com. Click here to become a fan of OpenView Venture Partners.

Glenn Michael
Glenn Michael

Former Research Associate at OpenView Venture Partners, Glenn Michael is now the Founder of Key of G Clothing and the Director of Operations of Studio 52.
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