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Engaging with your social audience on a meaningful level, helps humanize your brand.
In this article you’ll find nine ways to make your brand more human on social media.
Have you created a niche for yourself on Google+?
Are you ready to engage with other leaders in your space?
Part of building a strong community of people around you on Google+ is forming alliances with other leaders whose work is similar to but not the same as yours.
In this article you’ll discover how to develop alliances with community leaders on Google+.
Why Build Alliances on Google+?
Google+ isn’t yet as crowded as other social media platforms, and that means it’s easier for you to establish yourself as the authority in your niche. It’s your authority status that makes you valuable to other community leaders you want as allies.
Do you want to attract more attention to your business?
Are you wondering how you can build relationships with the influencers in your market?
To learn why it’s important to reach out to bloggers, I interview Scott Monty for this episode of the Social Media Marketing podcast.
More About This Show
The Social Media Marketing podcast is a show from Social Media Examiner.
It’s designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing.
The show format is on-demand talk radio (also known as podcasting).
Scott shares how to build relationships with bloggers to raise your visibility.
You’ll discover the types of influencers you need to reach out to and how to engage them in a positive and productive way.
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Are you looking for an easy way to identify and connect with industry thought leaders?
If so, keep reading for a simple system you can immediately deploy.
Why Focus on Influencers?
Social media is a great way to develop strategic partnerships with key influencers and stay informed about what’s happening in your industry.
But you must focus your efforts to ensure that time spent in social media packs a punch.
A study from Forrester Research confirms that 13.4% of U.S. adults online create 80% of the content that influences people. And 6.2% of these web users are responsible for 80% of the influence in social media.