social media marketing

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    4 Reasons To Push for Social Media Marketing

    4 Reasons To Push for Social Media Marketing

    Maj
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    5 Reasons You Can’t Replace Your Website Using Social Media

    5 Reasons You Can’t Replace Your Website Using Social Media

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    Social Media Marketing: “Why Should I Do Business With You?”

    If you want to survive in social media marketing, you have to stand out among your competitors.  In order to do that, you need make sure that you’re doing things differently.  If you want to make sure that your marketing within social media is different then you obviously need to know what they’re doing.
    There are countless businesses that are ready to tell the world about all the ways that they’re unique – how they stand out from the herd.  Low prices, excellent customer service, superior and rapid shipping, awesome staff…

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    Reinforce Your Social Marketing With Patience and Consistency

    I’m a rather big fan of consistency, along with patience.  Regardless of the situation, I’ve learned that those two things can see me through to the end whether it be bitter or prosperous.  Most often it’s prosperous.  This is important for any kind of social media campaign.
    These traits cannot be bargained away or shut off when it comes time to connect with people.  If you want to represent yourself correctly, you have to greet people through them whether that’s online or offline.

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    Top 10 Social Media Marketing Tidbits For Small Business

    From someone who’s been involved in small business marketing for many years I can say with authority that a lot of business owners tend to work too much in their businesses and not enough on their businesses.
    Small business owners tend to get so focused on those things that keep business rolling along as usual that we never make any real time for tending to things that help us work on our business.  Either that or we’re just not able to devote the brain cells because they’re being soaked up by everything else we’re working on.

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    “Social” Marketing – Just Because You Can Share Doesn’t Mean You Should

    I’ve spoken before about the importance of a strong social media presence in marketing.  It’s the direction in which the web is moving, where people are immediately connected based on the social networks where they exist (and subsequently interact).  A distinction should be made here: A strong social media marketing presence is not an overbearing marketing presence.

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    Warning Signs Of A Weak Social Media Strategy

    Putting your brand out into social media through marketing is a lot easier said than done.  There is myriad factors that you have to consider in order to create and execute a social media strategy that works.
    Unfortunately too many brands jump in without a strategy (or a poorly put together one) and the train wreck ensues.  Here are some warning signs that you’ve got your hands on a weak social media strategy.
    Lack Of A Social Networks Focus

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    Why You Should Gird Yourself Against Social Media Contagion

    Social media (and social media marketing) is all about relationship building which in the grander scheme of things means brand building for businesses and business owners.  Those relationships are very important to the success of any given social media marketing campaign, but they can also have other profound impacts.

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    Is Social Media Marketing Too Hot For Some To Handle?

    When we’re “playing around” in social media, we’re not paving roads or connecting consumer driveways to our travel network.  We’re erecting and building entire cities where we want those consumers to move to, stick around and spend their money.
    Social media, from a “do” standpoint, is one of the most labor intensive moves that a business can possibly make.

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    Keep Social Media Marketing Simple

    I regularly devour social media content be it in books or blogs, articles, etc and a lot of what I see are bits of practical advice on how businesses should participate in social media.  The problem with the content that’s being shared is that while it may seem practical to folks that are involved in social media already (to the point of being academic) it’s can tend to be out of reach for the common business owner.
    How useful is the content if the people you’re targeting don’t always understand it?

    Strony