Looking for the ultimate 2013 social media tip sheet? If so, here it is packed with 101 tactics to get your social media strategy on course to succeed.
Tanya Smith's insight:
Great tips for social media tactics in this ultimate tips sheet from 2013. Pass it on and see which ones you find useful.
One of my favs is something really simple but I hadn't thought too much about it until recently....ask people to repost.
I really plan to do this more in the coming year, not in an annoying 'please-let-me-overwhelm-you-with-my-stuff-way" but in a 'call-to-action' way. People want to know what you expect them to do next, and frankly, it's okay to ask for shares if you are putting out useful information.
In the tips sheet, for example, in Twitter Heidi says the phrase "please retweet" has been useful. (BTW, I read it's better to completely spell this out vs. just saying "RT")
Check out these tips and find a few you can implement in your 2014 strategy.
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