On 21st of May (Friday) Compare Infobase hosted the fourth Social Media Breakfast at well known south Indian restaurant Sagar Ratna at Janakpuri, New Delhi. This is the part of our Social Media Breakfast events. This time the topic was-
“Social Media Optimization for your Business”
It was a nice discussion over Social Media Optimization for small and large scale business domains. The members enjoyed the new learning of social media with yummy south Indian food.
Here is a brief of Fourth Social Media Breakfast –
Simarprit Singh, the CEO of Compare Infobase shared his views over Social Media Optimization and related the topic with SEO. He later explained how content is king ultimately and automated translation is the next key for search engines.
Kaushik Pal , Vice President (Marketing),Compare Infobase brought some interesting queries and examples that were very relevant with the topic.
Hitesh Mathpal, Co Founder of twitsnaps.com shared his experiences of RSS feeds and wordpress content and related the outcomes with Social Media.
Puneet Bajaj , Marketing Mgr for MapsOfIndia.com brought the points of semantic and syntactical searching. He also shared some real world example of social media (Like DELL on twitter).
Komal Arora , Project Manager at Compare Infobase told about real time feeding and usage of twitter for existing websites.
Neha Kulwal and Harleen Kaur (Marketing Division ) brought some ground level thoughts regarding Social Media Optimization. Neha explained how she is using Social Media in her projects and Harleen focused on twitter and RSS feeds.
Prakash and Daman Anand (Founder of http://www.indiafloristdirect.com) pointed on Social Media Optimization for small scale websites.
Neerja Bhaskar (Senior Project Manager) and Anushka (Mapsofindia) shared their concerns over Social Media Optimization.
Manoj Kumar Sharma gave his inputs over the topic.
At last, Mr Ashutosh Pandey (marketing manger twitsnaps.com) presented the summary of the discussion. He added his views over topic and presented a conclusion of meetup.
The duration of the meetup was 1 hour.
Here are some pics of the breakfast