Alternative marketing on the web
Facebook, twitter, MySpace, LinkedIn; what do these do and how can I use them to promote my business?
While a regular website still remains the best place to control your look, content and message, the 'social media' options allow you to keep in touch with people and stay in their mind.
These are sites where you can send out little messages and information in a place where people can interact and feel more related to you. I know, it sounds weird, but in this modern fractured word, people are comforted to see people and things they know in passing. By maintaining a presence in these worlds, customers will feel a greater kinship to you and get to know you better. You can also offer exclusive specials to people on these sites.
Don't forget good old email marketing, for certain demographics, it can be equally or more effective.
Each network has it's pros and cons. Let's talk about which one is right for you, what's involved and how to make some money with them!
Attract fans on this popular network
140 words of pure ADHD. Fractious, confusing and oddly attractive, this feed of clumsy abbreviations, tiny URLS, new punctuation and unnecessary updates is starting to find it's groove. I can help you find how to use it correctly, like feed on this page (right column). #twitter @mitchsterdotcom
Musicians & Artists
MySpace is a great venue for musicians to find fans and maintain a public face. Mitch can customize your page and create a stir.