You probably realize that – when it comes to promoting your business – one of the best promotional tools is the internet. But while this might seem like a pretty simple assertion at first, it can be difficult to know exactly where to go on the internet, as the internet is – of course – huge! While there are some no-brainer options such as facebook, YouTube, and Twitter, there are also some other options that are not quite so obvious. One such place is Tumblr; Tumblr is an immensely popular blogsite – but Tumblr is also one of the online areas that businesses tend to neglect for the most part as they focus on others. And so, any business looking to branch out into new advertising areas must naturally ask, “Is Tumblr a good place for me to get involved?”To answer this question, you have to look at two different things: firstly, you have to look at what you sell; secondly, you have to determine how flexible your marketing approach is. @@CBTEXT;CASTLEGATE;Learn how to flawlessly advertise online@@! More than any other social media platform, Tumblr is known for being completely “non-corporate,” with most of its users tending to be outside of the mainstream. So – even with the vast number of users Tumblr has – you might not do real well there if your product is considered “corporate.” On the other hand, Tumblr can certainly be a great place to get involved if your product or service could be considered “non-corporate.” Or – to take things a step further – if you can give your product or service a “non-corporate” feel, Tumblr can be a great place for you even if you truly are “corporate.” And of course, this is where the consideration of how flexible you can be with your marketing approach becomes important. Of course, you know that the purpose of any product or service – in the end – is to make a profit for the company selling that product or providing that service. But if you can market yourself in an outside-the-box manner – one that gives your company a completely non-corporate feel – you can use Tumblr to your advantage! Many businesses have not yet jumped feet-first into Tumbler; if you can figure out a marketing approach that will work for you, you can establish a presence long before your competitors have a chance! @@ADSENSE@@.
March 31, 2011 By