A trend seems to be sweeping Facebook right now – or at least, it is through my notifications. Its basic premise is to encourage you to trade Page invites and while it has an apparent immediate boost, it ultimately carries some long-term problems.
Confidential mode is exceptionally useful if you’re sending some information that needs to have an extra layer of protection around it. It allows you to set an expiration date on the email (so it can’t be opened past a specified date) and have two-step verification to ensure that the person opening your precious information is definitely the chosen recipient.
Don’t write off Facebook for B2B – there are loads of people who you can talk to there! Could you do what you do without it? Would you shed a tear if it died tomorrow? Have you written it off entirely, or is it your go-to platform?
Do you ever get emails that you find yourself sending the same responses to over and over? Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could just drop in a reply from a saved bank? Having these replies in can, ready to go is exactly what’s available from all version of Gmail and it can save you some serious time.
A Google account is needed for a wide range of hugely useful things these days, from accessing your website’s Google Analytics, to the huge benefits of giving/receiving Google Reviews and all manner of business-boosting features! With this tip, you can use whichever email address you like to log into Google and use all these features!
SEO can be an indispensable tool in helping potential customers on the internet find your business. In this next instalment of the on-going BQ Expert Series, Publicity Seekers’ Jonathan Saunders speaks with James Lane, Co-Founder and Training Director of digital marketing & social media training provider, Hypestar, about how you can use SEO correctly.