Social Media Marketing and Mixed Messages
I was thinking yesterday, as I pondered the slight change in the business direction, that most social media business pages, profiles and updates give so many mixed messages these days that it’s no wonder businesses are struggling to come to terms with social media and how to best use it in their marketing strategy. You see when businesses set off on the road to social media stardom most don’t realise that they have to have some sort of strategy or it can all fall apart very quickly.5 Topics to Consider When Choosing a Hashtag
When launching a campaign or a new product, hosting an event or trying to spread a message / start a conversation across social media, hashtags can help. A hashtag is a simple keyword or phrase, spelled without any spaces, with a pound sign (#) in front. For example, #NHLBlackhawks and #SEO are both hashtags.Social Media And Marketing – Why They Are Inseparable Now
Anyone who is involved in the field of marketing would have noticed a sudden shift to the use of social media to engage with customers. Social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and increasingly Pinterest, are becoming the hottest new places to get in touch with customers.Working In Social Media – What Do You Need To Know?
There is no longer any doubt about the fact that social media offers marketers many useful platforms on which they can connect with their present and future users. The proliferation of online jobs, especially home jobs, has resulted in a huge amount of interest in using platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.Top Five Twitter Tips
Twitter is a fantastic way of getting your message in front of 100,000s of potential clients and customers. So how do you make sure your profile is one worth following? If you’re thinking of using Twitter, especially for business purposes, these five tips may come in very handy.