Too many teams jump onto the social bandwagon without a strategy and without giving any thought to measurable goals. Sending a deluge of tweets is not enough: businesses have to ensure that each and every tweet, status update and video is linked to their bottom line. So how do you do this?
HootSuite has announced a new integration with Twitter that will give marketers the tools for managing their advertising campaigns on the microblogging site.
In a world where pennies are being pinched and distractions abound, it’s always a good idea to closely monitor and manage your finances. Technology advances have been made allowing you to securely manage your finances from anywhere be it the internet or your phone. Let’s check out a few free financial trackers:
1. Mint.com- among the simplest of online financial managers, Mint lets you see snapshots of your financial habits from shopping trends to individual transactions. Mint gives you suggestions of how to save money based on your spending and allows users to easily set up text alerts for going over credit limits or when an account lowers to a specified amount. Mint allows you to get your balance via text message and offers investment management from your 401k to brokerage accounts.