Dec 12 Posted 2 years ago
I love the fact that there are other social platforms to get your message out there like Google+, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Twitter. I agree when you say that there is very little activity coming from Facebook posts these days. I run several of my clients social media campaigns as well as SEO, and find we get more traffic back from sites like Pinterest, Vine and even Tumblr.
I tried facebook ads with a modest spending budget of around $500 earlier in the month for one particular client and for every 100k viewers on our ads, we got a clickthru of maybe less than 5%, with very few signups on our MailChimp campaign.
The message is to keep exploring Social Media alternatives.
Dec 11 Posted 2 years ago
Surely when it comes to social media marketing there is not one rule that fits all? It all comes down to what your brand is and who your target audience is. Once you have that defined, you need to understand where your audience is and then put in place the right strategy to reach them.
Afterall there's no point in writing blogs, moving to Google+ and forgetting about Facebook if you are a brand wanting to reach teenagers.
Perhaps the suggestions and advice in this article would be better placed if it had some context as to what type of product or business this is relevant to, else it may be misleading.
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