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The world of marketing communication is enhancing immensely thanks to great social media devices such as Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Hubpages, and Squidoo. Billions of people all across the world are communicating to each other and subconsciously advertising for companies and businesses. If I am looking for a product I am most likely going to post something on Facebook or Twitter and get the opinions of people I trust. This allows (more…)
Do you want to be successful online? Then you need to increase the traffic flow to your site so that everyone can see what you have to offer. To help you do this below are the Top 10 best ways to create a viral effect and increase your online success!
1. Write Articles: This is the absolute best and one of the easiest ways to create traffic flow to your website. All you have to do is (more…)
Social Media Marketing is probably one of the fastest, most wide spread, forms in which communication is growing. Great networking sites such as: Facebook, Twitter, Squidoo, HubPages, and blogging sites. Unfortunately these sites are often not used to the best of their ability for social media marketing because people are simply not informed. Now you will be.
Below are the TOP 10 ways to obtaining success within the Social Media Marketing world. Simply read, absorb, and apply, and you will receive the greatest outcome for your company, product, brand and yourself as you become an efficient communicator in social media marketing.
1. Be Personal– If you want to grow your network of followers with whom you will build trust, personalize your own profile. Do not turn your profile into a billboard for your company and/or product. You should instead be yourself and personalize your profile with a few things that let people get to know you. Be simple and honest. The more they know and trust you, the (more…)
The world of marketing communication is enhancing immensely thanks to great social media devices such as Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Hubpages, and Squidoo. Billions of people all across the world are communicating to each other and subconsciously advertising for companies and businesses. If I am looking for a product I am most likely going to post something on Facebook or Twitter and get the opinions of people I trust. This allows them to (more…)
There are a lot of different ways that business owners can build social equity online. I want to share with you some of the best ways to build social equity online.
Utilize social sites like Facebook, twitter, Squidoo, Hubpages, and Dropjack to not only meet business owners and aficionados in your industry, but also to (more…)
In Jeff Jarvis’ informative book “What Would Google Do?” he discusses how your worst customer is your best friend. When it comes to online business, the key is to create positive, mutually beneficial relationships with all your customers – even those who have previously experienced you when you might not have been at your best.
Go online and find out what people are saying about you. If you don’t know what people are saying about you, whether it’s good or bad, you won’t have adequate information to either improve or maintain your product line or level of service. If they are upset at you, you will see them blog about it on their own blogs and on several social sites. Complaints are more helpful than disgruntled customers who never buy from you again. At least these people give you a chance to (more…)
In this beautiful, sunny, patriotic time of year, I thought I would write an article about the blessings of freedom, not just in these great United States of America, but in the freedom of the internet as well.
I am grateful for the freedom or social media marketing. Being able to build social equity with consumers, vendors, and even competitors has been a boost to all of us in who work online.
Think of what our world would be like without Google, Facebook, Twitter, or Hubpages! Obviously we had to work at learning how to best utilize these sites, relying on the insight of people like Garrett Pierson (Building Social Equity 2.0) to teach us how to become social media marketers. But when we follow basic techniques, it is sweet how easy it is to do business online.
Along with Garrett’s ideas, here are a few that I have learned along the way:
Share. Don’t just go out there focused on your own needs. Karma is real – and what you give will (more…)
I was at the bank today. There were two or three people behind me, and two tellers. One of the tellers was talking with a customer who had just made a transaction. Although the conversation was personal in nature, not business related, I knew that the teller was patiently and empathetically listening and treating that customer as I would like to be treated.
Twenty seconds later the other teller was ready to service my needs. I noticed that the man behind me became frustrated with the other teller who was listening to her customer. Not more than a minute later, after the customer and teller had parted ways; the guy stomped over and blurted out “Finally! Obviously (more…)