Tag: social media marketing
Courtesy of Your Social Move
Plagued by the lack of funds, non-profits like associations and societies often have to employ shoe-string marketing strategies. With its relatively low cost compared to traditional advertising, social media marketing can be an attractive option. However, the devil as they say is in the details.
Speaking at the Association Management Seminar (courtesy of MCI Singapore), Martin Ross of mediamind shared that non-profits first need to understand the digital landscape and the plethora of social platforms available.
Sometimes, the best folks to market your brand are not advertising agencies, publicists or sales persons.
One of the most important lessons in life is this: “Do unto others what you want others to do unto you.” This universal principle is especially important in the relationship oriented world of social media marketing.
Let me explain this attitude of altruism.
Zoe Tay and Imedeen – Positive Partnership or Fabulous Failure? (source)
Lights (tweet), Cameras (Facebook update), Action (blog post)!
One of the fastest growing phenomenon on social media channels, celebrities are flocking to these online channels to expand their reach to their increasingly social media savvy fans.
In this current age of multi-tasking, multi-roles, multi-networks and multi-everything, a few things seem to stand out quite clearly.
Many appear to be the inevitable outcome of ever-increasing activity and interactivity across multi-platforms.
In the age of social and digital media, your ultimate goal is to create a business that others will share freely about. That in a nutshell is what Word Of Mouth is all about.
But how can you increase the shareability of your business? What techniques can you use to improve Word Of Mouth for your business?
Is social media marketing just a myth? (courtesy of Snap Trends)
I love dabbling in social media in its various forms, be it blogging, facebooking, twittering, youtubing (occasionally), plurking and flickring.
Digital conversations are addictive, and I can spend an entire day just reading blogs, following tweets, retweeting, commenting on facebook photographs, chatting on MSN, uploading photographs on Flickr and so on.
Got this cool graphic of how fans are created and spawned while surfing Church of the Customer recently. Created by Geno of Brain on Fire from a mashup of Church of the Customer’s loyalty ladder and David Armano’s diagram, it shows in a nifty way how one can reach out to various communities and parties through the Word of Mouth effect.
Now this is what I call a virtuous cycle!
Came across this very useful post for those obsessed with defining how Word Of Mouth (WOM) marketing and its various incarnations work. Quoting from the Media Guerrilla and Word Of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA):
Buzz Marketing Using high-profile entertainment or news to get people to
talk about your brand.
Viral Marketing Creating entertaining or informative messages that are
She doesn’t really look like this. Especially in the morning or after a long plane flight. And yet we’re bombarded by photos of one perfect celebrity after another… enough to buy into the fantasy that they’re all perfect.
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