5 Killer Strategies to Dominate Facebook, Twitter and YouTube [Infographic]

Posted on July 2nd 2012

5 Killer Strategies to Dominate Facebook, Twitter and YouTube [Infographic]

Our latest whitepaper, 5 Killer Strategies to Dominate Social Media's Big 3: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, serves as a best practice guide for marketers. We examine each platform and share five strategies marketers can apply to guarantee success for increasing brand awareness, fostering brand advocacy and generating leads and sales. Use this infographic as a quick-start guide for social marketing on the Big 3!

 

Beyond the Big 3 infographic

 

Marketers – let’s hear it!

How do you leverage the big 3 platforms to generate awareness and grow leads? Do you apply the 5 strategies above or do you rely on others? Share your favorite strategies with us on Twitter by tweeting to #AwarenessTips.

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Mike Lewis

About me? That’s easy… I’m a Father/Husband, Son/Brother, Friend, Coach, Advocate, Sports fan, Author, Executive… In that order. If you are interested in what I do for work I’m an entrepreneur and marketing guy at heart. I speak at around 20 or so conferences a year, authored “Stand Out Social Marketing” (published through McGraw Hill), am active on Twitter (@bostonmike) and blog at StandOutSocialMarketing.com, Social Media Today, Socialnomics, The Customer Collective, Business to Community, BostInno and others. I work with brands to help implement social media as part of their marketing mix and define marketing, demand generation and communication strategies that incorporate multiple new media channels. Reach out anytime at lewis_mich@yahoo.com (GO SOX!)

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Comments

Media Contour
Posted on July 5th 2012 at 11:33PM

Nothing like a good infographic! Great information here, will be sure to share.

 

mlevesque@webrunnermediagroup.com
Posted on July 6th 2012 at 2:22AM

Great Infographic Mike!  Useful for savvy internet marketers as well as the small business owner looking to get started with social media.  I'll definitely be sharing this  ;)

Mennlay
Posted on August 8th 2012 at 10:05PM

All really great tips.  Understanding and compiling the analytics is the hardest part for me, though. Do you recommend training for that?

 

Thanks!