Tag: social media marketing
Content marketing isn’t sugar and spice and everything nice.
Like any other digital marketing strategy, you’ll need to be mindful of the caveats of using content to generate awareness, attract leads, trigger sales, and nurture advocacy.
If social media content is king, then community must be queen.
Indeed, the true power of social networks lies in the strengths of their online communities. One of your most important task as a social media marketer is to build, grow, and sustain a thriving online community of fans, customers and advocates.
Social media marketing is a marathon, not a sprint.
Unlike traditional forms of marketing, sustained and enduring success in social media marketing can only be achieved by observing a disciplined regime over a long time frame.
Courtesy of Ray Edwards
Do you know that on the average web page, users have time to read at most 28% of the words during an average visit? Or that 20% is more likely?
With such a short attention span, every single word on your website needs to perform. Which means that you need to master the art and science of copywriting.
Social media marketing isn’t a 100-metre dash. Nor can you pump-prime it with a sudden burst of creativity.
No amount of boosting with Facebook or Google Ads can elevate your influence from zero to 100 if you slacked an entire year without creating any fresh content.
The world of social media marketing is always brimming with good news, isn’t it?
Time and time again, we read how companies and brands reaped amazing results from their social media marketing efforts.
“Social media marketing is just bull****! You can’t get anything tangible there.”
Ever heard a statement like this being uttered by your boss? Well, you are not alone.
Social media is all the rage now. Every company has a Facebook Page, Instagram Account, or Twitter Account.
However, many businesses find it a challenge to trigger consumer interest or recruit members on social media. Somehow or other, run-of-the-mill content like inspirational quotes, blog posts or product highlights alone just won’t cut it.
2016 has come to an end. And thankfully so too.
Economically speaking, the year has been a pretty “meh” one for many. Reduction in global demand has led to a slowing of economic growth, increased retrenchments and an uncertain outlook for 2017.
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