Social media has now become a part of our everyday life. It has become a significant part of our civilization. Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and a few other social media networks has helped us become more aware of the world we are living in and have provided us with a whole new world where we are free to voice out our opinions and ideas and share it with our friends and peers.
The Facebook “Like” button is one of those internet thingies that have become so popular that it has all but permeated the very fabric of society. Think I’m exaggerating? Think about it.You go to get money from an ATM and there’s a sticker asking for you to “Like” the bank’s Facebook page. You dine out and the bottom of the menu has the same. Heck, it would rear its head even in actual conversations. You know it’s true. There’s always this one friend who will find a way to say “Like!” instead of being completely normal and just say, “I like that.”
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There are people who we seen as opinion leaders and influencers. They have a vast knowledge of things, got expertise, experience and notoriety. Their thoughts, insights and opinions are highly respected and valued by a large framework of followers, friends, fans and readers. You, of course, would like to be one of them if you have any hopes at all of being at the forefront of your business niche. And I have a few tips to help you get there.
Let me tell you something. I love forums. I like reading about people’s opinions on stuff. I like checking the boards and the threads to see if people are of the same view. But I only like it when I do it on my spare time. When I do it for business purposes, it can get tiring pretty quickly. I get especially frustrated when (1) no one’s talking about my brand or (2) they are talking about my brand but not in the way that I want.