Social media pros get really excited about social media contests. That's understandable: the latter can triple the count of the followers, boost engagement and generate buzz. But only if done right. We've asked 8 notable experts to tell us all tips and tricks that make a social media contest successful.
Marketing specialists are exceptionally lucky. The Internet is flourishing with marketing blogs that are useful for anyone in the field, from an aspiring student to an expert. As a regular reader of dozens of marketing blogs, I've decided to put together a list of my favourite ones. These blogs give advice on general marketing, social media marketing, content marketing, SEO, and so on - everything you need to know to be a marketing specialist.
Social media marketing has been one of the most discussed topics for a long time. But despite its growing popularity, one of the most common questions companies have remains: How do we break through the buzz and start getting leads from social media? The problem is many businesses get drowned in too many tips and best practices, without having grasped the core principles of social selling. Let’s see what those fundamentals are and why you have to understand them before planning any of your social media campaigns.
You can get big results on any network by implementing techniques that work for others. These people have taken the risk and tried out things and made mistakes before figuring out what works. Using these techniques will save you a lot of time and get you quick results. So how do you find these secret techniques? By reading the latest social media data available.
There are several tactics you can use to increase brand mentions. They range from offline activities like television adverts to online activities like social media contests. You can even increase brand mentions inexpensively with your blog content. Therefore, in this post I am going to show you how your blog content can increase brand mentions on social media...
Growing a social media following is not a simple task. It's not enough to post great content, it's not enough to follow people, it's not even enough to pay for Facebook Ads (despite what they are telling you). There is simply no quick fix - growing a social media following requires a long-term, consistent, dedicated approach, and many marketers struggle to get the result they want. If you're one of these marketers, this post is for you.