When posting to social media we often get caught up in the marketing, marketing, marketing mode. We push our products and services relentlessly and wonder why our sales are still not going up. The problem is that people want to be engaged and entertained unless they are specifically looking for a product or service. That being said if you really want to know how to get people talking with you about your brand you have to put the social back in social media.
‘Social media strategy and development’….sound like real heavy words, huh? There’s a virus infecting the entire world of social media and this is a ‘fear’ associated with it. If you pick a few reports, you will find the business heads still wondering and racking their brains with how to use social media. Well, really? After it has been around for more than 8 years and so much has been written and said, do businesses still need to figure out what to do about it?
There are actually some very prestigious brands in the United States who still do not realize the potential of social brands and their first reaction when faced with the question to have an active presence on a social platform is – can we just do without it?
Integrating blogging and social media is important for your business growth and must be used to help to spread the word about your business. The importance of blogging cannot be stressed enough when it comes to using it as part of your marketing campaign. You want to let people know what is going on, what is new and why they should come to you when they are in need of services or products. Excellent blogs help people to discover just what you have to offer and how this can make things easier for them.
Connecting With Your Care Provider In A Whole New Way
It’s 2012. Forget desktop PCs – now even laptops are soon to be obsolete. Welcome in a new wave in connecting through devices such as smart phones, tablets and more. New methods of communicating with others have created a demand for new outlets. Since the rise of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other such social media outlets businesses have steadily worked toward understanding and implementing them into a social media strategy. Restaurants, construction companies, even many government agencies have all developed a social presence.
One group in particular however seems to be poorly represented.