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Moving toward Twitter with Mobile makes logical sense, Twitter has developed into a great platform for business and is mobile ready.
My recent post Mobile Marketing is the future
This is a very interesting piece of information, I realized from the outset of going online, living in South Africa the possibility existed of streamlined news appearing. But not quite to this degree!
Newspapers and TV news as we know it, all have "Gate Keepers", unless the journalist is totally independent of an established company.
So yes the internet does reflect a more realistic approach to democracy, knowing what is actually happening.
Instead of "personalizing" , the big players should be watching out for the scallywags feeding mis-information.
Gate Keepers are required, taking into consideration culture and creed but not demographics, Global will become Local once again.
I am busy cleaning up my site grrr, not too technically advanced but learning!
Have changed over to AddThis and will read more on optimizing. Saved this page to come back and continue step by step.
Found your site via Yaro Starak whilst looking for pointers using Firebug.
Thanks for your comment, going local is the way to go and using Facebook which is the most popular at the moment, you can achieve the local feel by naming your page Bristol XYZ.
Currently on Facebook you can find Jo Barnes (originally UK now living in Australia) who steps you through the whole process. Here is her link to her page in facebook to get a feel of what she offers, - it is insightful and directs you on how to start up a page for business, after you have registered a personal page, but don't worry she takes you through everything. When you are all set up and ready to go, facebook offers very localized advertising (needless to say you can also link a Twitter account through to read on your fb account).
If you are on Firefox grab the add on tool Yoono for your side bar, you can have this streaming whilst you work and answer questions, or put feed back in comments passed in Twitter, Facebook, You Tube, LinkedIn etc. all in one place.
LinkedIn is exceptionally good for business building contacts, just adhere to their rules then look for business' in Bristol, type in and search for local and then send out invitations to become friends. When you sign up fill in as much detail about yourself as possible. This may feel a bit slower than the abovementioned, but really stands you in good stead working into the future.