Tools are meant to make your life easier, so which ones should you have in your bag of tricks to ease your social media monitoring? When you’re working with social media marketing it’s important to know what’s being said about you and your brand. It’s also important to keep tabs on what your competition is up to and follow the latest marketing trends.
When you attend live events, do you use Twitter to send out updates to your followers? I do and they love it. I usually add a few followers because they know I will give them valuable information from the event.
There are millions of online shoppers eager to buy products and services, but only a few of them will be your target market. If your target market is women, you should really consider a multi-channel online marketing strategy that will drive qualified traffic to your website.
Whether you are a small business owner, a solopreneur, or a large corporation, we all want to see one thing: Tangible Results. The kind of results that fill our purses, wallets and bank accounts. This article is not meant to oversimplify a marketing strategy, but to give you 4 steps that will serve as the very core of any successful plan.
I performed a quick Twitter poll to discover the commenting habits of other blog readers. My goal was to find out if Tweeting or Retweeting a post is not more widely done than actually commenting on the blog itself, and if so, why.
With so many Marketers in the mainstream social media world, how do you set yourself apart from the rest as a the one people trust and buy from? It has long been said that people do not buy products from salespeople, they buy YOU…the salesperson.
Have you ever thought about using a live event you are attending as your partner? Chances are you have passed a gazzilion events or conferences by thinking it wasn’t worth the hour of your time. You are wrong!
Why does anyone want to read a blog about marketing, social media, or branding? Is it just to give us that warm fuzzy feeling to say we have done something useful with our business time? There are typically only two reasons to read an article on social media marketing
I asked a few of the top Social Media experts on Twitter for their best tip or pet peeve when using social media to market an event and have compiled their replies. They only had 140 characters to reply so
Jason’s worked as a social media strategist with some top names including several Fortune 100 brands like NASCAR, Jim Beam and Humana and really understands the power of social media in event marketing as well as brand awareness.