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How to Create the 'Perfect' Social Media Post [Infographic] - Business 2 Community

How to Create the 'Perfect' Social Media Post [Infographic] - Business 2 Community | Ayantek's User Experience Design Digest | Scoop.it

Do you want to create the ‘perfect’ post on social media? The one that will be the most shared, retweeted, liked, and commented on?

Sorry to burst your bubble, but there really isn’t such ultimate ‘perfection’ in social media marketing. Every brand has a different consumer, and every social site has particular nuances for connecting.

Whether you are using Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ or LinkedIn, there are, however, best practises for the sites.

The Ayantek Team's insight:

This is a great article that gives you insights to what you should be posting many of the popular social media platforms. 

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Randi Thompson's curator insight, September 30, 2013 10:24 AM

Check this interesting article out for tips on what to post, how to post and so much more

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Getting Back to Basics with Twitter: 5 Key Tactics to Maintain a Strong Social Presence and Keep Users Engaged | Ayantek

Getting Back to Basics with Twitter: 5 Key Tactics to Maintain a Strong Social Presence and Keep Users Engaged | Ayantek | Ayantek's User Experience Design Digest | Scoop.it

Despite the emergence of trendy new social sharing apps like Instagram Video, Vine and SnapChat, Twitter remains one of the primary social networks for brands to engage with their customers. Fully 73% of the Fortune 500 has an active Twitter account1, and the chances are that your company does too.  This post is not to convince you to get an account but rather to serve as a reminder that a strong foundation of content, frequency, and analytics will lay the groundwork for more targeted campaigns to build your sales leads across the social channel. Rome wasn’t built in a day but rose slowly, brick by brick, over time.


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