Twitter is the office water cooler of the Internet...it's quick, it's hot, it's now. Whatever is happening in the world, you will read about it first on Twitter. It's a tool for businesses too and we help you keep up with and participate in the conversation.
Shakopee, MN (PRWEB) August 13, 2009
A new virtual assistant service helps savvy businesses capitalize marketing opportunities on social networking web sites. Social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are important marketing tools. They can create new opportunities -- but it's important to be consistent -- and that takes time. SocialNetworkingNanny.com to the rescue.
http://www.SocialNetworkingNanny.com provides administrative services. Businesses can either learn to manage their accounts with help from Social Networking Nanny or have a nanny manage their accounts.
In today's technology age, it's very important for businesses to actively engage with people on social networking web sites. These are sites that potential clients are visiting open and spending many hours a week on. They are sharing advice about brands, products and services. It's ideal for building a network of clients and colleagues.
Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn become more popular year over year. Nielsen recently reported that the total time spent on social networking sites has increased 83% from 2008 to 2009. The fastest growing demographic on Facebook is 35 yeas old and older. Eight million users become a "fan" of a Fan Page each day.
Twitter is a quick way for businesses to get online, keep up with clients and promote their business. Social Networking Nanny's founder Lanae Paaverud says, "Twitter is the office water cooler of the Internet...it's quick, it's hot, it's now. Whatever is happening in the world, you will read about it first on Twitter. It's a tool for businesses too and we help you keep up with and participate in the conversation."
Many brands learn the hard way and only join social sites when they get negative publicity and want to respond. "Businesses need to be as proactive as possible, rather than be reactive. Twitter creates awareness about your company and is a way to gauge interest in products or services. It puts companies in immediate touch with the public, potential clients and possible business connections," said Lanae.
SocialNetworkingNanny.com is owned by Lanae Paaverud, an online retailer with 9 years of experience online. She is a Mompreneur, and a winner of StartUpNation's 2009 Leading Mom's in Business Competition with her web site Old World Limited - OldWorldLimited.com.
Follow the Nanny on Twitter @SocialNetNanny and become a fan of the Social Networking Nanny on Facebook.
To help customers see how social networking can benefit their business, Social Networking Nanny is offering one extra week of service for any contracts paid by August 31, 2009. To take advantage of this offer, go to http://SocialNetworkingNanny.com