Google + Business Page – How to Start

November 16, 2011

So you have a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a Linked In profile, do you want to more?

Well with Google+ becoming a great social media tool, they have introduced a business page to their already great site. Here’s mine.

But how do you do it?

Step 1

Visit  and select Create a Business Page. You will need to be logged into your Google+ account first so if you are not do this too.

Step 2

Next you need to select your category:

  • Local Business or Place
  • Product or Brand
  • Company, Institution or Organization
  • Arts, Entertainment or Sports
  • Other
Step 3
If you have selected Local Business or Place, then find your location in Google using your country and primary phone number. This links in with your Google Place, if you don’t already have one then this is a great time to add one too!
Step 4
Customising your profle are quite limited so use what you can. Add a profile picture, ideally your logo and a tagline, utilising your USP in only 10 words!
Step 5
Promote your page through all your other social media accounts and on your website!
I hope this has helped. If you are still struggling or haven’t the time to do this then pop over to my site to see my packages.

Facebook Friday

October 14, 2011

created by watcharakun

I thought it might be fun, seeing as it is Friday after all, to do a post to encourage all small businesses to comment and share their Facebook pages.

It is always great to network and support small businesses so here goes.

My Facebook page is:

Please pop over and Like it and add you page at the bottom so I can return the favor!

Also if you are adding your page to the comments at the bottom, do try  like some of the other entries!

How To Make Social Media Work For You – Introduction

September 19, 2011

Image by Nutdanai Apikhomboonwaroot

So you’ve started a business and things are moving along slowly, so how do you generate more site traffic and in turn more business?

Well in this modern world we live in, social media is the key to giving your business the presence it deserves. But a lot of people are scared by Twitter and Facebook but it is not as scary as you may think.

These great social media platforms are your way of reaching out to clients old and new and sharing with them why they should visit your site. It is also a great free way of advertising to millions of viewers if done right.

It takes minutes to set up a Facebook page or a Twitter profile but once this is done, all you need to do is add regular content and keep interacting with the people you follow and your followers and before you now it, you’ll wonder what you where ever scared of. A word of warning though, Twitter can become addictive so be careful!

If you are still struggling with the concept of social media and how it will benefit your business or charity, please do not hesitate to get in contact as I can offer start-up packages and information to get you on your way.