This is not a post about social media marketing. I’m not here to give you hints on how to increase your friends, fans and followers.
Nor will I say that it’s time for your business to “join the conversation” and I promise not to overuse the word transparency either.
I believe that most brands (large and small) get it.
Friends, fans and followers are important, yes. And brands increase their social equity by engaging in two-way dialogue with their constituency, yes. And transparency is key to these external engagements, yes.
However, there’s uncertainty around how to create a sustainable social media campaign, although the tools are plentiful and often free.
In honor of this special day, I would like to help you grow your blog by sharing some tips we have learned over our last 12 months of explosive growth.
Whether you’re a personal blogger, business blogger, article marketer, copywriter, novelist, poet, student writing an essay or any other form of writer, social networks provide a vast array of ways to get inspired to write.
This can be considered one of the best ways to beat a case of old-fashioned writer’s block. You just need to know where to look and set up some channels to provide at-your-fingertips-access when you need it.
In its first month alone, the iPad had already racked up a million units sold. There’s so much online chatter about it, as of this writing a Google search on the name alone generates 107 million search results. The hype and the sales are soaring.