Sunday, 16 December 2012

“Social Media Marketing Tricks To Boost Your Business” by Jason Wize



No other advertising option offers the possibilities and freedoms of social media marketing. Your customization choices are only limited by the technology of the time, and you should always keep ahead of the curve. This article will focus on how to build a unique marketing plan that helps you stand out from the competition and create a name within your niche.

 

Whenever you're having a sale or a special promotion, you should use social media to promote it. You can post on Facebook, Twitter, a blog, and whatever other social networking sites you use and get your sale viewed by hundreds, if not thousands of people. It's a quick and free way to get people to know about your promotions.

 

Experiment with letting your customers help out each other. Many social media sites will allow you to put a user discussion forum on your social media page. Not only does this help build a community among your customers, it can help enhance your customer service. Customers may discuss different products with others and come to your sales representatives already knowing what they want.

 

Facebook Likes

 

If your blog has grown popular, put up some stats showing your visitors how many others follow your content. Demonstrating your growth through showing the number of Facebook "likes" you've received, Twitter followers you've accumulated or any awards your site or blog has received is a great way to prove your "social worth."

 

Twitter Followers

 

To pick up more Twitter followers, send messages to popular users. If they retweet your messages or respond to you, all their followers will see. Many of them will start following you, too. Be sure that the messages you send are thoughtful and interesting or you won't get a response.

 

LinkedIn

 

Make sure you make your profiles public. LinkedIn and Facebook both have privacy settings you can customize: remember that you are creating these profiles to advertise your products, and that you want as many people as possible to see your pages. You can block individual users if you are having issues.

 

It is important that the consumers spot your differences from older competition, or they will often go with the more established name. You can stand out from the rest by putting your own personal touches on the tips and techniques listed in the paragraphs above. If you follow those tips and your product supports your claims, it will help build a company you can be proud of.

 

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