Why reinvent the wheel when you can just swipe a page or two from some of the top brands on social media? PR Daily published an article on tips for business social media. Read it here PR Daily
This question is frequently asked by my clients and alliance partners. You notice that all the ‘big guys’ are using social media. Name just one major company that does not use Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter. Actually, we should call it ‘business social media.” Add the latest player on the Internet, Pinterest.
According to Jeffrey Gitomer, “Social Media is the new cold call.” In his latest book, Social Boom, Gitomer states, “Business social media is the best, least expensive, most direct way of communicating with your customers to be discovered in the last 100 years. By taking complete advantage of Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube, you can promote and propel your business beyond the next level, beyond your competition, and beyond the economy. Now is not the time to go slow. Now is not the time to worry about a few negative comments from customers. Now is the time to capitalize on the opportunity … and become the market leader. Business social media will build your brand, your reputation, and your…
Business social media is valuable to:
1. Find clients and customers
2. Drive traffic to your website
3. Promote a sale
4. Hold a contest
5. Have a Web presence
6. Fill classes and seminars
This is the perfect way to have a web presence without a website. People can get to know you and your service. Yes, it does take time and expertise to set up all the options, but once it is in place, you can update most of it in an hour or so.
Strategy: Connect with me and then contact me to help you with your social media.
Facebook Business Page – facebook.com/#!/marinercompany
LinkedIn – linkedin.com/in/carolnaff
Pinterest – pinterest.com/carolnaff
“Pinterest is like getting a new magazine in the mail everyday.” The latest social-media craze is a virtual pin board or scrapbook to collect and organize your favorite images and ideas from around the Web. Read all about it at The Denver Post
Facebook has begun rolling out a major redesign to users’ profile pages called Timeline. The new format displays your wall posts and status updates as a giant … New York Times story
Facebook is rolling out a new ad platform that will allow advertisers to turn your status updates into promoted content. If you check-in to a location or like a brand, companies… Read more