Twitter's Controversial Algorithm Changes: What They Mean for Your BusinessTwitter Vs. Facebook: Which One Is Better for Promoting Your Brand?3 Free Twitter Tools PR Pros Can't Live WithoutSocially Stephanie: Social Media for the Automotive Industry
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Persistence plays an important part in successful marketing. Without it businesses may jump from one type of marketing strategy to another, trying build their business but not allowing sufficient time for their marketing initiatives to payoff.
While social media has been around for a couple of years, many business owners are still not using it to its maximum potential. The beauty of social media is that you can use it many different ways from networking with other business owners, promoting a brand, targeting a specific demographic, to keeping in touch with existing customers. Here are five social media tips that you can use to grow your business.
Content marketing is quite different from traditional advertising, and the same rules don’t apply.
Twitter cards are a lucrative source of really high quality sales leads for your organization. The secret is creating hyper-targeted campaigns, here's how.
Snopes has established itself as the premier source for urban legends and myths – and while most are debunked or resolved, some still live on as conspiracy theories. Here are some examples of sales-related urban legends on the Snopes website, and what sales techniques teams can take from these stories.
Campaign settings are pretty basic, but many times we overlook a basic thing and wonder why things aren’t going as smoothly as we anticipated. Here’s a quick rundown of his idea of the basics.
It doesn’t do you any good to have 200,000 likes or followers or friends if no one is reading your content. How do you engage with people? Instead of just monologuing?
What social media strategies are getting companies reviews today? Using screenshots, real-time responses and providing reminders about reviews are some to the most effective.
Welcome to a recap of this week's SMT Shorts, a series that addresses your social media and marketing questions with concise, expert answers. This week, we were fortunate to have Linda Descano, managing director and head of content and social at Citi, here to talk about social customer service, advertising versus content marketing, and how to build a brand voice.
Social media on its own is unlikely to build our business – unless it is the place all our customers hang out. For most businesses, that is not the case.