In this post, I discuss how to use Lists to create a cycle: visitors to your blog follow you (via a List) on Twitter, Twitterers see your tweets, which lead them back to your blog.
Organizations continue to adopt social media marketing practices at an astonishing rate, yet most still do not work to create highly measurable social media strategies. In a period of time when budgets are scrutinized and executives seek proven methods over experimental tactics, marketers must utilize the plethora of data available via the web to justify large capital investments on social media marketing.
Without a doubt, there’s a lot of noise out there about the importance of social media for business and many professionals engaged in social media wonder, “where is the payback?” So, I thought I would share a personal testimonial about a positive experience generating business using social media.
When I switched from a Blackberry to an iPhone I rediscovered my love for Podcasts. I found myself downloading and subscribing to hundreds of them. I would conveniently have them with me during the day and when I would do a remedial task I would listen to the news or any other interest that seems to occupy time that I do not have.
You are no one if you are not on Twitter”, a song by Ben Walker is sure to become an anthem for those use social media to communicate every second. Though envisioned as an SMS based social network,Twitter has become a fast and an effective communication tool.
Blogs and LinkedIn are natural support sites for each other. One gives you voice. The other gives you audience.