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Which site is better to promote business facebook, myspace or twitter

Discussion in 'Facebook API' started by sophisticatedbrother, Mar 17, 2011.

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    I'm trying find out which one of these social networking sites are better to promote business
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    sophisticatedbrother, Mar 17, 2011 IP
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  2. geekos

    geekos Well-Known Member

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    I vote Facebook for viralness ;)
     
    geekos, Mar 17, 2011 IP
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    NLZ13 Well-Known Member

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    Why not a combination of the three?
     
    NLZ13, Mar 17, 2011 IP
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    Promotion doesn't have a limit. It is best if you could go for the three of them..:)
     
    rocketboy, Mar 20, 2011 IP
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    first make some research that at what source you can get the lots of traffic could be anything its necessary that you stick up with fb or twitter could be any source
     
    codeartist, Apr 5, 2011 IP
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    With facebook your exposure is limited to your friends and members of your fan page.
    With twitter you can reach anybody who listens to your hashtag
     
    cyberman808, Apr 7, 2011 IP
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    I haven't used myspace before so i can't say much about it. Regarding FB and Twitter -> FB can be used for Promotion and Analysis as a FB page can help you promote your product, instantly let a lot those people who liked your page know about the updates from your product and get there feedback.

    Twitter can be used to let a lot of people know about your product, not much market study can be done but it will surely reach a lot of people.
     
    hsps9.99, Apr 7, 2011 IP
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    China_girl Well-Known Member

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    My vote will be completely for Facebook. As of now, I have never received any traffic from twitter. However, Facebook, too you have to do some viral marketing techniques so you get the most out of it ;)
     
    China_girl, Apr 10, 2011 IP
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    Those three social networking site are all good for the purpose of marketing/advertisement. But you need to find your target audience since facebook has the highest traffic so its a better window for you to advertize your products or services.
     
    leunamer, Apr 11, 2011 IP
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    undoubtedly Twitter, because only with Twitter you can really promote your business
     
    Maria8904, Apr 13, 2011 IP
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    I support facebook, as there are lots of ppl discuss about how to make money with facebook, learned a lot on DP forum and hope I can start my Facebook marketing right now
     
    FBmarketing, Aug 18, 2011 IP