It can be tough knowing what works on which social site. This infographic lays it out nicely. It will show you how to create effective posts on each site.
If you want to be very effective at posting on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+, it can take a bit more finesse and patience than expected. Just like you learn through trial and error what topics your blog readers gravitate to, you have to take time to learn about your social media audiences as well. With this infographic, learn how to create effective posts on each major site to maximize reach and potential.
Everyone knows there’s enough change in marketing today to put corporations everywhere on edge, but there are a few big things happening that are providing a clear path to the future. One of them is the momentum in advocacy marketing.
Starting out on any endeavour without a solid and actionable plan is inarguably a fool's errand. And many times, planning has been responsible for all the difference between wandering lost in a vast wilderness and a fun hiking in the woods.
The influence of your Content Marketing efforts can be enhanced through Viral Content. The key “trick of the trade” is to beat your competitors by acquiring the essential insight on your target audience's preferences and emotional responses.
Online leads refer to people who have shown Internet interest in your product or service. Prospective customers will complete your online lead generation form on your website landing page and possibly want to talk with you or ask questions.
#SMChat sees hundreds of people take to Twitter each week to discuss social media marketing. #BlogChat participants produce over 6,000 tweets about the tools, tricks and tribulations of being a blogger.
As search engines move more towards “influence” indicators like “Google Authorship” and social signals, how long will it be until Influence measurement sites like Klout.com and Kred.com become significant search factors?