I want my order, do you care that I am having a bad day?

I have had many conversations and read plenty of articles on social media business etiquette and what to discuss on social media outlets that represent your business.  Some say, don’t mix business with personal because no one cares if you are going through anything.  I have also heard the other side that it is nice to show your personal side because everyone wants to know that you are human, but can you sometimes share too much?

My question to the readers – If I am having a bad day, do you really want to know?  Or do you just want your order! I can hear some of you saying, save the drama give me my merchandise. 🙂

It goes without saying that personal issues do come up, but I have learned that in business  no one really cares what’s going on behind the scenes.  If you are trying to run a successful business people want to hear how your business is evolving and hear about the great new products you will be offering, right? Tell me if I am wrong, please!!!

Through my business social platforms, I keep it up beat.  I throw a little personal in every once in a while because as a Mompreneur we all have children we are raising and it is nice to have a conversation about all the wacky things are children do.  But most of all, I keep it light.

I want to hear from the consumer and Mompreneurs/Entrepreneurs.  There are so many opinions on the subject, I would love to hear where you stand on the issue.

Join us on Facebook and Twitter.

Great new belts for toddler and kids coming soon from Cute Beltz!

Cute Beltz(Belts for Kids) + Social Media is Great for Small Business!

I am still amazed by the impact of social media.  There are so many social outlets that it is impossible to belong to everyone, so you have to focus on a few to make a real impact.  For me, I have found that Facebook is phenomenal because not only am I connecting with friends and family I have not seen in years, but it has become an excellent marketing tool for my business, Cute Beltz.  I knew people needed belts for toddlers and kids up to age six, but the response through Facebook has been amazing.  I often think, where would I be without Facebook?  My business has grown immensely because of this platform.  Not only is the Fan page invaluable, the Facebook marketing is amazing!  Facebook is a great tool for getting the word out about a small business.

I have also found twitter to be another tool that I just love.  I have met many people that I KNOW I would have never met in this lifetime.  Not only are people willing to engage in conversation with a perfect stranger, they often check in on you to see how things are going.  I find it really wonderful when I say, “Good Morning” and I receive replies from my regular’s and new friends.  Good feeling to be acknowledged.

Blogging is also a great outlet for meeting people and learning about others lives.  I am really digging Blog Frog, to be able to view so many intriguing stories through different communities, is quit cool.  I am still a novice at blogging, but working hard to understand how everything connects.  I am always up for a challenge!

I also use Linkedin, great for business connections, www.socialmoms.com (formerly twittermoms) and my newbie Savor The Success, a lot of great women doing their thang! 

I am grateful for how the internet has exploded and my business thanks you too! 

Keep tweeting, FB’ing, etc. because we are bound to meet.  I look forward to meeting you somewhere on the world wide web, PEACE!

Join US, we LOVE to meet new FABULOUS people, just like you.  Have a great day!

FaceBook Icon - Blue Note F IconFaceBook Icon - Blue Note F Icon                     Twitter Icon - Blue Hi Icon             Linkedin   LinkedIn Icons - Big LinkedIn Icon LinkedIn Icons - Big LinkedIn Icon    LinkedIn Icons - Big LinkedIn Icon