Sandy Abbas President of Abbas Designs announces new educational social media blog

Abbas Designs will be launching a social media marketing blog dedicated to helping companies understand social media.

Online PR News – 19-April-2010 – – (New York,NY) The blog’s purpose will be to teach companies how to effectively integrate social media into their businesses. It covers trends, offers advice, reviews new technologies, outlines strategies and shares useful techniques that companies can use within their organizations.

The blog will be comprised of top social media experts and guest authors and contributors. A team of experts will contribute practical applications from real-life experiences and successes in social media. They will share industry-specific advice, from politics and public companies to finances and startups.

"This can be a very helpful and useful tool. Many companies are intimidated by the idea of social media and the internet in general," said Sandy Abbas President of bbas Designs.

Abbas Designs will educate businesses about Social Networking and demonstrate simple ways to implement effective strategies. Social media and networking has really only taken off in the past several years, and already there are countless opportunities in this field. Furthermore, social media is such a new concept its potential is essentially untapped. Using the new marketing medium is a great way for a start-up or even solidified company to get more awareness and traction.

The blog will also cover these categories on top of social media techniques; online advertising, website and creative, mobile technologies and internet technologies.

About Abbas Designs
Abbas Designs specializes in custom website development and internet marketing. Founded in 1995, this award winning web design firm features an extensive portfolio and has worked with some of the most prestigious companies in the world. With over a decade of operations, Abbas Designs has hundreds of satisfied customers and has developed an extremely loyal client base with approximately 35% of their business coming from repeat customers.