Are you making these 3 social media mistakes that could be costing you big money? Here’s a quick check up to make sure that you are making the most of your social media investment.
The secret to getting new clients using social media is all in the relationship building, but how do you do that? Did you know that posting frequently is one of the best ways to build your community, credibility and relationships with others?
The big question becomes “What do I post?”
In the past week, 5 people have asked me if I think that building an e-mail list is the first step to creating a successful online (or one can argue – offline) business. After all, there seems to be a new social media platform launching weekly… and people are opening e-mails less and less frequently – why on earth would anyone want to spend time on e-mail marketing?
There has been a lot of buzz lately about the two newest social media channels — Google+ and Pinterest. Many of my clients have been asking me which one should I choose? The answer is the same as it was before G+ and Pinterest exploded on to the scene, go where your audience hangs out the most. As I go through the two platforms, you’ll learn which one would work best for your business.
Why I think social media engagement is B.S. Read on to learn how people move themselves through the relationship marketing funnel without necessarily interacting with you.
Consistency is the key to social media success? The question is how often do you need to post to Twitter, Facebook, YouTube or Linked In be considered a consistent poster. Social media experts Shahar and Nash Boyayan share their opinion of what it is to be a consistent social media marketer.
Are you using social media effectively in your business? According to recent surveys, the majority of small businesses have a social media presence of some sort (a Facebook page or a Linked In profile) but a very small minority are actually posting anything to social media on a consistent basis.