Many businesses are unsure how to effectively promote themselves on LinkedIn without resorting to paid advertising, spending too much time on LinkedIn, or outsourcing social media management. I meet a lot of business owners and marketers who fall into the do-it-yourselfer category, and here are seven of the top questions I get asked about using LinkedIn for business.
So there are social media monitoring tools. They monitor what is said about your brand (or any keyword you come up with) on social media. They are used for customer service, brand exposure and lead generation. The ways with which a social media monitoring tool can boost your e-commerce are somewhat unclear if you’ve never used such tool before, so we’ll talk about that in this post.
Nonprofits face loads of challenges in marketing that most companies don’t. Charities can’t show off their products, they know their target audience isn’t actually gaining anything materialistic through spending their hard-earned money, and there’s nothing attractive in cancer research, refugee crisis or inequality. So when they do come up with a social media campaign, it has to be creative, and so there is a lot to learn by looking at these campaigns. And that’s exactly what we’ll do now.
Social media today requires a lot more attention than it used to a few years ago. The social landscape has evolved from what many businesses thought was optional to a necessary component of a comprehensive digital strategy.
YouTube is a sensational platform. The total number of people who use YouTube is now more than 1,300,000,000. Almost 5 billion videos are watched on YouTube every single day. Even on mobile alone, YouTube reaches more 18-49 year-olds than any cable network in the U.S. Surely, it's a noisy space: 300 hours of video are uploaded on YouTube every day. Entertainers and educators that came to YouTube in hope of getting rich and famous have to face even more struggle than a marketer trying to sell a yoghurt brand among thousands and thousands of yoghurt brands. So people that made it to the top of the YouTube list are interesting for a whole number of reasons. They can help us answer the questions such as:
Although social media crises pose an ever-present danger that can cause significant reputational and financial damage, PR and marketing teams can lessen the damage through preparation and rapid responses. A well-devised plan can provide direction and enable calm responses, and real-time alerts from social media listening can tell PR and marketing professionals when they need to take action.