Tag: social media marketing
Nobody reads blogs anymore. Many blogs are just egoistic exercises in self-aggrandizement.
Besides, consumers no longer trust these so-called “social media influencers” with their #OOTDs (Outfits Of The Day), selfies, and larger-than-life egos.
Do you know that companies are literally losing billions of dollars each year by pissing off their customers? Or that it costs 6 to 7 times more to acquire a new customer than to keep an existing one?
It always amazes me why companies would rather focus on acquiring new customers through social media than care for existing ones.
Courtesy of Philly Voice
What does it take to succeed as a social media influencer? Do you need to have a cute face, a great bod, or a stunning personality?
I believe that anybody can be an influencer regardless of his or her seniority, age, societal status, personality or looks.
Contrary to popular belief, social media marketing isn’t rocket science. Neither is it just a walk in the park.
After spending a decade dabbling in social media marketing – from blogs to Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Pinterest – I developed a systematic step-by-step process which you can use for your social media marketing efforts.
In an age where social media permeates virtually every waking hour, our actions on social media are every bit as important as our offline ones.
What can you do to strengthen your personal influence on social media?
How can you improve the way you persuade and lead others in the digital space?
Today is the first day in the year 2016.
As you start to plan your marketing strategies for the year ahead, it would be useful to consider some of the positive moves which you can make to improve how you grow your influence and reach customers online.
Inbound marketing is rocking the socks of Asian marketers. Well, at least according to HubSpot’s latest State of Inbound Survey focusing on Asia.
Apparently, 3 out of 4 marketers in Asia prefer inbound to outbound approaches in marketing. Moreover small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) prefer inbound over outbound.
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