Modern Marketing Methods
• Social Networking - Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and MySpace (among many others) are prime applications for promoting goods and services, and promoters don't need to spend a single dime to use these Web-based services. Social media opens up a huge pool of potential customers, fans, and investors - connections can be made in an instant, and strengthened through comments, chat, tweets, and check-ins. These powerful resources have changes the face of modern marketing forever.
• Websites - A website is a modern business card for the digital age; websites are used to sell goods, to perform affiliate marketing that generates new products, and to advertise a company's mission statement, policies, and business reputation. A typical company website will include current contact information, testimonials from happy clients, and information about products and services. Some websites may have interactive features, such as online chat rooms and message boards.
Modern marketing is about speed and agility - marketers must be able to stay in pace with the changing times, and adjust their approaches to reflect new technology and fast-moving trends. The best marketers will work hard to keep their corporate messages fresh, modern, and engaging - then, they will target their ideal clients online and attempt to sell them good and services.