There is no one person or way to learn to be successful in business. We have to borrow (aka steal) ideas and strategies from those around us who are successful. You can learn from other entrepreneurs, online blogs, or even your dog. Yes, your dog—or at least my dog, Lola.
Successful social media campaigns rely on content marketing for much of their impact and lead generation abilities. If you’re looking for new ways to make your social media marketing strategies work harder for your company, you need to embrace some of these powerful strategies for improving the results of your inbound marketing efforts and for crafting an effective social media campaign.
Bloggers, authors, artists and passionate creators of visual, multi-media, and text content can be powerful personal online brands. Those that understand the power of the social networks can accelerate and enhance their brand through effective content marketing tactics.
Google+ is not just a Facebook competitor. Google sees it as a core layer to its web assets and a vital part of the social web puzzle. What is now the second largest social network should no longer be seen as an afterthought.
Email marketing can be an effective tool in reaching your customers. What most people don’t understand is the difference between social media marketing and email marketing. They are quite different and both rely on a different method of reaching people.
Social media is an ever-increasing facet of everyday business. Companies large (Starbucks) and small (your local car shop) are using social media to expand their exposure and reach a broad base of prospective consumers.
Looking for a way to reach more prospects and bring more customers into your store? Facebook’s ‘Offers’ platform might be an advertising solution you need. Brands with at least 400 likes can promote deals, coupons, and discounts to their target markets.
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