Tag: social media marketing
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Like marriage, social media marketing is a long-term commitment.
Once you’ve launched a blog, Facebook page, YouTube channel, Instagram, Twitter, or LinkedIn account, you need to engage your online communities with a continual pipeline of quality content.
Older than Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or YouTube, blogging is the grand daddy of social media marketing.
Focused primarily on writing long-form articles, maintaining a blogs isn’t as sexy as shooting video-based “snaps”, live streaming, or posting Instagram photos.
Do you know that your customers may spend 3 to 20 percent more if you respond to their queries? Or that 42 percent of customers who complain on social media expect a response within an hour?
With consumers spending hours each day on social media, you need to ensure that your customer care strategy is primed for social channels.
The greatest challenge in content marketing lies in creating compelling content.
Now just any old article, Tweet, or Facebook update, mind you, but stuff that your readers would want to read, share, and click on.
Wish to know the best thing about social media marketing?
Well, there are lots of free online tools which you can use to boost your game.
The best thing about social media marketing is that it blends the art of creativity with the science of data.
Wish to know what’s the worst thing about social media marketing? Yep, that it blends the art of creativity with the science of data!
We Singaporeans sure love our social media. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said about many of our companies.
According to reports by We are Social, Singaporeans spend an average of about 6 hours and 40 minutes a day online. Much of it was spent on social media, with social networks like YouTube, Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, and others dominating our devices.
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.
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