These creative and ‘out of the box’ tips will help to promote your next event on social media. If successful, they will not only draw a larger audience but they will impact your search rankings and leverage traffic to your website.
Social networking sites are part of everyone’s life these days. They have managed to impact almost everything that users do. People love to post information, videos, and images from various events in their life on social networking sites. In-fact, event is not considered as an event, till some of its pictures and videos reach Twitter, or Instagram.
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Organizing an event or workshop can be an exciting way to strengthen your relationship with current clients, establish new relationships and further develop yourself in your area of business. However, it is also a time consuming activity. Not only do you need to prepare the content that you will present, you also need to promote the event properly.
Hashtags are everywhere nowadays, and I do mean everywhere! You can now find them on every major social network (except for LinkedIn), and more than likely, your customers or clients are already using them in some way or another.
So you created a gorgeous, clever and super fun fan contest, but when you look at the total entrants number, you're staring at a big ol' goose egg, or something close to it? Well, that's no fun. Let's dissect what could possibly be scaring all your fans away, shall we?
Billions of eyes are about to be trained on Brazil for the next month, whether it is through televisions sets, in stadium seats, or now more than ever, through smartphone screens. The World Cup is a global extravaganza of national pride and soccer passion, a sporting ritual that captivates the world’s attention.
ROI looms large when it comes to social media network marketing. In tomorrow's #SMTPowerTalk, we provide some of the answers to all those pesky questions about whether marketing efforts are actually delivering on their promise. Our special guests include Lee Smallwood, founder and CEO of NOD3X.com, and Ammon Johns of AmmonJohns.com.
Selling is more than just a numbers game; closing more deals is about finding the right prospect at the right time with the knowledge to engage in an informative discussion, and the social context within which to build a relationship. What if you had a tool that could find opportunities, deliver them to you daily and provide the information you need to close the deal?
Approximately 2.3 billion users engaged in real-time with the 2010 World Cup; it’s been predicted that that figure will rise to 3 billion this summer. With that in mind, here’s how marketers can prepare for real-time responses on social media.