Twitter is an awesome tool that can help you generate more followers, and bring in more clicks and eventual revenue for your business. Let’s take a look at what can really help your Twitter account out, getting more engagement and clicks!
Yesterday I got a call from a potential client, and from the moment they get on the phone you can feel his panic! The first thing that I hear is “We need 50,000 followers”, I paused for a moment and then replied, “why?” The response I got was all too common, “My biggest competitor has 45,000 and I want to beat them”.
Every smart marketer wants their brand to be relevant, memorable, inspiring and positive in the mind of their audience, ideal customer and online community. What many marketers don’t know is that the little things they are doing online every day could be hurting their brand more than helping.
Social media is becoming bigger and more popular. 72 percent of Internet users are active on social media . To ensure your business succeeds, it is now imperative that you are also active on social media, which is only part of the story, however. You must also make sure that you are not committing errors that could actually harm your social media presence and ultimately your brand.
So you've heard all about the importance of leveraging social media to grow your small enterprise. You realize that it can help you find new clients and engage existing customers. But actually doing marketing on sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ is a whole other story. Wouldn't it be cool to have a little pocket guide to navigating the landscape of social media?
The one thing all social media platforms have in common is that each one lets you manage a profile page that summarizes who you are. This may appear to be a trivial aspect of social networking, in fact you may even consider it time-consuming and annoying to have to complete and maintain your profile. But your profile is one of the first things people check out about you and they will judge you simply by what it looks like and what it says.
The practices of Social Media Marketing, or SMM, and Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, are two strategies that are associated to each other in a number of ways. They are both strategies that have their prime focus on developing an alluring identity for the brand, which helps in attracting visitors naturally.
Do you draw a blank some days when thinking about what social media content to post? Sometimes it can feel like you’ve thought of it all and are tapped out for ideas when posting to Twitter, Facebook or any other social network. Whether you’re curating content or coming up with something original, there’s more than a few ways to keep things easy for you and fresh for your audience.