Accountants know more than most about keeping their house in order: Crossed t’s, dotted i’s and decimal points in place.
Let me start with a request. Please don’t bother to read this if you have already made up your mind that Twitter is not for you.
There are plenty of people who will tell you that you should be using Facebook as part of your online promotional and marketing strategy, says Mark Lee.
It seems everyone is using the newer social networks these days, from Jamie Oliver on Instagram to Michelle Obama on Pinterest, says Kate Tyler of
More than 80% of accountants now use social media for either personal or professional use, with 94% of those under 40 now engaging in it, a Wolters Kluwer survey r
So how do you go from nothing to the top of www.google.co.uk’s natural search? This is a massive question and not one easily answered.
Whether or not you are active on twitter, you must have been tempted. Mark Lee asks whether it is a waste of time or can you derive business benefits?
Building your business reputation through Twitter may feel like a daunting process, especially if you have not tweeted before, says Stephen Hagues of Retiring Acco
I read with interest the Economia article “Is Social Media a waste of time for business?” – a well argued point but one that I think it’s time to put to bed.