Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Blogger Templates Hot for Likes

Blogger.com (now owned by Google), is a free blog available in the free Google account that can be set up easily by anyone. They just added a new set of "dynamic" template layouts for setting up your blog, and by doing so have leveraged display and other features that takes this platform to a whole new level.

The new dynamic blogger templates are cool in many features, while challenging in others. The possibilities of linking various displays with images to create unique urls from the same blog opens ups a lot of creative opportunities. This new blog, Likes, Tweets, and SEO for Business is just getting started with this format for our own business as well as clients. We already have another project in the works. The bottom line is this : by using the integration of various social and other media tools for marketing, results will start to appear that can be monitored with analytical tools and stats. It's a whole new internet.

Consider these facts: By creating attractive and relevant quality content, people on Facebook are more likely to share it with others, giving more credibility to your brand. See my blog (actually posted after this one)
Viral Marketing on Steroids :)

 (note: the 200 x 200px image used in this blog seems to be a good size for archived posts once a new one is published.) This new blog is still a process of development, including reconfiguring the CSS to place my logo in the header. Consider :
People on Facebook - There are more than  800 million active users!
More than 50% of active users log on to Facebook in any given day
Average user has 130 friends
There are over 900 million objects that people interact with (pages, groups, events and community pages)
Average user is connected to 80 community pages, groups and event
More than 2 billion posts are liked and commented on per day
Onn average, more than 250 million photos are uploaded per day

Mobile -There are more than 350 million active users currently accessing Facebook through their mobile devices