Welcome to this week’s edition of the New Customer Workshop newsletter.
As always, I appreciate the time you spend with me each week. I hope that the content I’m sharing helps you in some way.
If you have any suggestions for topics you would like me to either research or write about I would love to hear from you. All you need to do is add a comment to the bottom of this post. I read every suggestion and try to respond to as many as possible.
Chris Brogan’s blog has an article published about remembering that it’s people, not the medium (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest) that you need to focus on.
Facebook made a huge announcement last week about a change to the way Pages are setup. No longer is there the ability to have a default landing tab. The loss of the landing tab has marketers in quite a tizzy.
The article at StandingDog.com helps you make sense of it.
I published a video last week showing you how to setup your own Facebook page using the free tools developed by ShortStack. While my timing was a little poor the folks at ShortStack posted an article on their blog describing how to use their tools within the new Facebook Page timeline.
If you had a the choice between gaining a new customer or getting more business from an existing customer which would you prefer to do? That’s the question we explore in this article at the New Customer Workshop.