Archive for socialmedia SmartBlogs
It’s probably no secret to you that, “When it comes to trust, third-party and word-of-mouth sharing has always carried more weight than advertising,” as Bryan Kramer reports in his insightful new book, Shareology. What may be more mysterious is exactly how you (the personal you and/or the corporate you) could share more effectively. Here are six ways to up your sharing power gleaned from Kramer’s in- depth study:
As the CEO of an agency that promotes “social inspired marketing,” it’s little wonder that I’d call out listening as a prerequisite to power sharing.[…] Continue Reading »
One of the buzziest phrases in marketing today, thought leadership, is a kind of content marketing that leverages your skills and experiences to consistently answer questions and solve your target audience’s pain points. If you’re a thought leader, you provide the best and deepest answers to your targets—often before they even have to ask for it.[…] Continue Reading »
When marketers monitor social conversation, it’s difficult to determine if a spike in post volume is worthy of attention or simply a fluke.
For instance, Dairy Queen’s marketing team may notice a sharp increase in social posts that mention their brand. Getting to the bottom of a conversation spike normally requires digging through hundreds of posts to get the complete picture.[…] Continue Reading »
Social media has become an important platform for supermarkets to engage with customers, but retailers need to learn to balance the control they have historically exercised over their communications against the power that their employees and customers wield on sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest.
In many cases, it is the customers who are diving the conversation, and often it is to the benefit of supermarket operators, according to three food retailers on a panel on social media at the Food Marketing Institute’s FMI Connect show in Chicago.[…] Continue Reading »
Creating your own unique, high-quality Facebook content can be a very time-consuming job. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be, as Facebook isn’t just about your content. It’s also about sharing other people’s content. After all, a community is formed by sharing of ideas and messages, not just people and organizations talking at each other.
Many managers of high performing Facebook pages share content from other Pages every day—and see big results.[…] Continue Reading »