Join us September 15th in Atlanta for The Employee Advocacy Summit and learn how to unleash the power of your employees.
Post your event here and we'll share it with our community. If one of our members is featured, we'll promote as well on their profile.
Your resource for exclusive content and insights from Social Media Today, and opportunities to reach our community of professionals.
The Social Business Book Club brings you books, discussions, and insights from today's to business thought leaders.
Join interactive talks and and panel discussions with leading thinkers and practitioners on social media and networked business, or browse the catalogue of recorded sessions - all completely free.
Reach Social Media Today's community of marketing and communications professionals in an editor-approved context with a native advertising package.
Ana is a sales and marketing enthusiast with more than 20 years of strategic marketing experience. For the past few years Ana has invested her boundless energy and enthusiasm into projects at Gabby Marketing.
Prior to Gabby Marketing, Ana has managed both, Sales and Marketing and that experience has given her a unique perspective. Ana gets really excited in making her customer’s brand succeed online while helping them make a meaningful connection with their customers. Ana holds a BA in Fine Arts in Graphic Design and is a certified Social Media consultant.
Hi Stacy, thank you for your feedback. I agree that Social Media Marketing can be managed by one person. As you mentioned, single marketers do need to outsource some aspects of it, like graphic design and web development; that's exactly what I meant under the term of the "team". The "team" can be in the house (like you said, for larger companies) or outsourced to various companies that handle different aspects. The term "team" does not necessarily refer to one group on site. I remember the time when one graphic designer could handle a complete campaign, without outsourcing any aspect of it. I would say that technology nowadays made things more complicated for small marketers and very small companies...
Thank you Samuel, I agree! Businesses are looking for new, modern, and effective ways to grow and Social Media is here to do just that. It will help businesses connect with their potential customers locally and worldwide by using modern technology in addition to the old marketing techniques. I think businesses are ready to go where their customers are...
Sure thing! Beware is good advice. Thank you Dennis.
Thank you for your comment Hannah. That's interesting information.
Good to know that schools are aware of the Social Media marketing impact.
I agree Tim, great article! Social Media is a new media outlet and it should be taken seriously. Due to the modern digital/online age, small businesses are embracing technology alongside the Internet to propel their sales and marketing; however, many of them do not know where to start, or how social media can be leveraged into creating customer engagement and lead generation. That’s where professional Social Media services will come into focus. Just like with any other media.
Thank you very much for your feedback!