Social Media Marketing
Feeling anonymous in the social media game? Did you "try it out" and thought, "oh, another time suck".
Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Blogs, Pinterest, etc... How do I choose?
In fact, you CAN generate leads, cultivate customers and drive sales starting with social media. You don't need to do all of them and you should not adopt a one site fits all strategy.
You need a good mechanism where you can actually convert these new tirekickers into customers.
If you have a website; think you need to do "something" in social media and do not know where to start, contact me and let's see how I can help you with all of your online strategies: providing guidance, direction and implementation. An actionable plan. You need one, I can provide you with one.
Contact me today for a free consultation regarding social media marketing strategies and implementation.
Social media is the new buzzword of the internet and marketing in general. It can be thought of as a noun as well as a verb. The sales process in general is a social function and the internet has allowed the individual, small and large business to interact in a variety of ways unlike never before. These delivery methods (i.e. websites, destinations) are the media component; they facilitate this communication.
Depending upon who you talk to, the first things that come to mind when someone mentions social media are facebook and twitter. These sites vie for the title and moniker of defining a product or industry. They are the kleenex of, well, kleenex. But it does not end there. There are thousands of sites that are full of social activity (verb), these features may already be on your website in the form of a forum, discussion board, commentary or feedback.
There are tools that help you publish information; locations where you publish and discuss and sharing destinations. To a marketer, they are all tools that help you promote your brand, expand your market, increase sales, even support customers.
There are a variety of options available for you including: YouTube, Google +1, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, Blogger, Digg and the list goes on and on..... So where do you start, which things does one choose? That is what we at SocialClics are here to assist with.