It feels like you can’t turn on the TV without hearing someone talking about Facebook, Twitter or blogging. If that all sounds foreign to you, don’t worry, we will catch you up. But how can all these fads help your business?
Be the Reader: Starting and running a business is fun, exciting and also stressful. Making sure your content reaches people is one of the most important parts. To make sure there is a higher chance of people reading your emails and other content, read it yourself and become a customer. Do you find it worthwhile? What can you do to improve it? Avoid impersonal, spammy content.
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When applying to a really corporate position. About a year and a half ago, I was a finalist to be the Sales Career Guide for About.com and, quite excited to be in the running, I decided to lay out my vision to the editor.
“When was the last time you were able to completely unplug for a week?? It is beyond therapeutic!! What’s going on in the world?” JP tweeted this morning after returning to Twitter. He had been away from Twitter for an entire week along with his wife, Ashley. “Feeling refreshed and reenergized! Back in action!!!! Woot. :))) How is everyone?!” Ashley added shortly before JP. It sounds like the couple went on their honeymoon without telling people, cutting off everything from SMM panel to email access. And what a vacation that must have been.
Political Blogs, when well chosen are a big help. There are many sides and many that may be based on your political position: Conservative? Liberal? Are you somewhere in between?
Send out Invites: Don’t be weary of asking customers to come and join the same communities you are a part of. Send out invitations or URLs from your Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, blogs and website accounts.
Niche sites are smaller, there’s no denying it. But when you’re look to attract traffic that converts, you’re looking for targeted traffic. And targeted traffic comes from target audiences, which is exactly what you find on your niche social media sites.