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Some great advice there! I also use Old Reader for RSS reader to get the gist of what is happenening in the world as well. It's a great tool! http://www.intouchcrm.com/
Great post Kat! Social media is a crucial part of any business' marketing strategy and knowing how to start is the first step. I agree with everything you say in your post. I would also add, don't jump into every social media channel there is out there. You don't want to spread yourself too thin. Start with Facebook and Twitter and once you've established a presence there (and feel confident enough) explore other platforms. http://www.intouchcrm.com/
It boils down to how much time, money and energy you are willing to invest. Here at InTouch (http://www.intouchcrm.com/) content is a priority and we have been quite successful and managed to grow thanks to it. This being said, we have a person who entirely focuses on content creation and distribution.
I do like the ide of encorporating selfies into your marketing strategy, but I do disagree with the statement ' They (selfies) often feature genuine smiles or excitement, and they aren’t fixed up through Photoshop.'. In fact, more often than not smiles are fake (after 5 or 6 attempts to get the pefect selfie you pretty much forget to smile) and the selfies may not be photshopped (although some are) they still go through a variety of filters, enhancements, shadowing and light alterations.
Very well said Amie! Stereotyping on all level is wrong and could cost you not only your sale, but your entire marketing campaign and brand image. http://www.intouchcrm.com/
Nice work Reda! I have always believed that CRM and Social Media should complement each other. This way you can amplify their power as well as rovide the customer with a better and more relevant message and product. It is the implementation part of the equation that most struggle with. You have made the links really clear! Well done! intouchcrm.com