Page 2 of 12 FirstFirst 1234 ... LastLast
Results 11 to 20 of 115
  1. Collapse Details
    All you have to do is just do great work at your social media marketing page and promote with posts which your audience would like to be viewing and share them as much you can at social media, social book marks, blogs, forums and try to divert audience to that internal page of yours. In this way quality results can be achieved.


    Share on facebook


    Last edited by Alexhudson; 11-29-2014 at 01:00 AM.
    "Twilio Apps | Twilio Application | Twilio Applications | Ranking Solutions | Buzz Apps | Twilio Services Address: 4153 Roosevelt Wilson Lane , San Bernardino , California ,92405
    Phone: +920418501874
    Email: azhar@ranksol.com"
    Reply With Quote
     

  2. Collapse Details
    SMM Strategy:-
    Facebook posting, fan page creation, likes, views etc..... similarly for Twitter, Pinterest, do the process. Regularly do the complete posting, which makes your account active.


    Share on facebook


    Reply With Quote
     

  3. Collapse Details
    Hi,
    you should go through with social media website.


    Share on facebook


    Reply With Quote
     

  4. Collapse Details
    All you have to do is just do great work at your social media marketing page and promote with posts which your audience would like to be viewing and share them as much you can at social media, social book marks, blogs, forums and try to divert audience to that internal page of yours. In this way quality results can be achieved.


    Share on facebook


    Reply With Quote
     

  5. Collapse Details
    Social Media Marketing Strategy
    #1: Create a Game Plan & Stick to It

    If you have no execution strategy, your content is likely going to fall through the cracks. Set a limit on how many tweets you have to publish per day. This number can be adjusted as needed, but having a number you have to hit, even something as small as four tweets per day, gives you a benchmark and a goal at the very least.

    TIP: Investigate how often your competitors are posting and conduct industry research to see the ideal amount of content to publish per day on each channel. You want to be active, but not overly active.


    #2: Treat each channel as an individual entity

    Each social channel needs to be treated as a separate entity. There can be content that is spread across all channels – for example if your business was recently acquired by a global company, this is likely news you want to share across the board, but you should adjust your strategy depending on the audience for that channel.


    #3: Go above & beyond in customer service

    If a visitor tweets at your handle or posts on your Facebook page and never receives a response, trust is lost. Due to your lack of communication, the dissatisfied potential lead is now turning to your competitors to seek answers to their questions. On the other hand, when you deliver a thoughtful response in a timely manner that visitor is flattered and intrigued by your brand. It’s humanizing to take the time respond to a personal inquiry, and it builds your authority.


    #4: Embrace mishaps

    We are humans, so mistakes are unavoidable. This is especially true when it comes to the fast-paced world of social media. Rather than flat out ignoring these hiccups, embrace them. I am not saying that when a comma is missed in a tweet you should announce this small grammar error, but DO NOT delete the tweet. It has already been published, and followers are more likely to notice if you are continuously re-posting. For larger mistakes, like a product error or multiple overcharges to customer credit cards, you’ll want to proactively respond in an apologetic, actionable manner, and send out content from your social accounts apologizing and addressing how the error is being handled so customers are aware.


    #5: Track & Talk!

    Tracking is often perceived as tedious and time-consuming. It can be, but it only needs to take a few hours each month. Set aside time to review metrics that are important to your business on a monthly basis (preferably the first day of the month). Here are some stats to focus on: number of posts, follower growth, clicks to your site/products, pageviews, post likes or shares, impressions, etc. Look at each channel separately, and compare to your largest competitors to get a sense on how you’re matching up (or how you’re CRUSHING them!).


    #6: Stay active on Google+

    Many of you may be raising an eyebrow, but Google+, often viewed as the Facebook wannabe, is not going away anytime soon. In fact, it’s only becoming more and more important for businesses to actively engage and grow their circles on this platform. When you search on Google you will notice that Google+ is everywhere. If your business is actively posting on Google+, you will receive essentially free ad space when users search for you on Google.


    Share on facebook


    Reply With Quote
     

  6. Collapse Details
    #16
    Join Date
    May 2016
    Location
    United States
    Posts
    111
    Use optimized and relevant content
    unique images
    use hashtags as much as you can
    run paid campaigns

    above all, do SEO of your website first


    Share on facebook


    Reply With Quote
     

  7. Collapse Details
    There are five strategies used in smm :

    1 Create a Game Plan & Stick to It
    2 Treat each channel as an individual entity
    3 Go above & beyond in customer service
    4 Embrace mishaps
    5 Track & Talk!


    Share on facebook


    Reply With Quote
     

  8. Collapse Details
    1. Create Social Media Marketing Goals That Solve Your Biggest Challenges
    2. Research Your Social Media Audience
    3. Establish Your Most Important Metrics
    4. Research Your Social Competitive Landscape
    5. Build & Curate Engaging Social Media Content
    6. Engage With Your Audience & Donít Ignore
    7. Track Your Efforts & Always Improve


    Share on facebook


    Reply With Quote
     

  9. Collapse Details
    SMM Stands for Social media Marketing, I think work for all social media website.


    Share on facebook


    Reply With Quote
     

  10. Collapse Details
    Research for SMM guides on google and follow some quality bloggers like Neil patel, backlinko blog for knowledge.


    Share on facebook


    Reply With Quote
     

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •