There’s a business I wanted to help out once. For a long time, I thought they didn’t want my help; turns out, I didn’t know how to help them.
It’s a salon called “Hair Techniques,” and it’s just off the food court in the building a block away from my office. For months, I saw this sign as I ate lunch. (This picture was taken in April 2009, and has recently been added to @prblog’s wonderful “Signs of Social Media” project on Flickr.)
At the time, promoting a Twitter account was quite a novelty. The sign has been down for months now, and the @hairtechniques account is barren. Could be any number of reasons:
- Conscious decision
- Employee with the password left
- Lack of return on investment
It’s probably several.
No Engagement – the Root Problem
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