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June 13, 2012

In case you haven’t already heard, our business is in the running for a 250K grant, but we need 59 more votes to qualify for the 250k grant.

If you have already voted then it would be great if you could get one or more friends or family members to vote.

In case you haven’t already voted click here:

And log in with Facebook. Then you need to type in Mantyweb for the name of the business and click on the vote button next to Mantyweb LLC.

Feel free to share with your friends. Just don’t promise anything in return for a vote, because that is against the rules.

Thank you for your support!

Are You Following Us On Facebook?

November 22, 2010

Since Facebook is already so huge and growing by leaps and bounds every day, we recently decided it was time to create a fan page for Can I Make Big Money Online. We are hoping this will help us connect more closely with our readers (you) and allow for more useful discussion between us all. We will also be sharing exclusive make money online tips there.

We would greatly appreciate it if you would “like” us to become our fan, friend, follower, or whatever you prefer to call it. Here are a handful of reasons why becoming our Facebook fan will benefit you as well as us…

1. We will be able to get to know each other.
2. Get more advice about making money online.
3. Interact with other fans.
4. Keep up-to-date with our new blog posts.
5. Because you love this blog and want to be a Facebook fan!

We would also greatly appreciate it if you could help spread the word about our fan page. It is a “social networking site” so let’s be social about it.

Here’s how you can do that:

1. Like our Facebook fan page.
2. Suggest it to your friends.
3. Give yourself a nice pat on the back for helping us.

Yep, it’s that simple!

If you have any tips for us to improve our fan page then please leave a comment on our wall.

Thank you very much!

Confessions of a Social Media late adopter

August 22, 2010

I have a secret. For someone who writes a lot about social media, I’m not generally an early adopter. I don’t know if this is because I really don’t like cell phones, so platforms like Twitter and FourSquare weren’t a natural fit. Or because I tend to get addicted to technologies, so I try to avoid them as long as possible so they don’t suck yet more time out of my day. But the truth is George hounded me for about a year to join Facebook. (And I don’t even care to mention how long it took for me to “get” blogging.)

I didn’t want to. It was lame. I didn’t need it. Why should I? Then I joined about 18 months ago. How did I ever live without Facebook? And now I think that any business without a Facebook page is missing out on a monumental opportunity! Do you also want Google to exclude you from the search results?

I still don’t use Twitter a lot. Oh, sure I feed our Facebook page to it, but I leave most of the interacting to George. However, that will probably come to an end sometime in the next couple of months. Once I get a firm grasp on Linked In and Four Square— I need those for particular clients. But Twitter’s next.

So, why am I telling you all of this? Because I want you to know it’s not too late. If you don’t yet have a Twitter or a Facebook account, it’s okay. You haven’t missed the social media parade. In fact, it’s really just getting started.

For businesses, it’s often not that beneficial to be an early adopter. The best time for businesses to adopt a technology is around it’s peak. It’s usually easier (and cheaper) to get training at that point. Your clients and potential customers are already informed about the technology, so you don’t have to convince them that they should WANT to “like” you on Facebook. And there are plenty of people who are already knowledgeable to whom you can outsource the parts of social media that you don’t like or don’t have time to keep up with.

So, if you’ve been avoiding social media, you don’t have to continue to do so. There are some very simple and very effective ways to use Facebook, Twitter, blogging, Linked In and more that will help you make money online and won’t keep you from actually running your business. I’ll be introducing some simple tips and tricks over the coming weeks and months. So, make sure to check back often. But for right now, go sign up for Facebook and Twitter— and throw in LinkedIn while you’re at it. Leave a note down below if you’ve signed up recently, or if you don’t yet have an account and let me know what was/is holding you back.