Are you looking for new ways to grow a following on Facebook?
Do you want to see how your competitors are engaging with the same audience?
Marketers can use Facebook Graph Search to research engaging campaigns based on what’s already being shared.
In this article you’ll discover three ways to use Facebook Graph Search to improve your campaigns.
Would you like to improve your social media marketing?
Are you up to date with the best social media tips and tools?
We asked 20 social media experts to share how they’re getting results with social media marketing today.
Here’s what they had to say.
#1: Mine Twitter to Grow Your Audience
While “if you build it they will come” is a great line from a movie, it’s a terrible marketing plan. To succeed on the Internet today, you have to create content that ignites and engages an audience. However, if you are a new blogger, you should probably spend more time developing an audience than creating your content.
Here are three easy but overlooked tactics you can use to build an audience on Twitter, which is arguably the best platform for this.
Once you’ve been on Twitter for a while, you’ll notice people will place you on public Twitter lists. Lists are generally categorized by a special interest or geographic location. For example, I might be on lists for “marketing experts,” “bloggers” or “business educators.” Find a relevant person to follow, and then dig into his or her lists. You’ll likely find a goldmine of interesting people to follow who will hopefully follow you back.
Do you want your Instagram posts to be seen by more people?
You can make it easier for people who don’t follow you on Instagram to find your content by using hashtags.
In this article you’ll discover how hashtags make your Instagram images and video more discoverable.
How Instagram Hashtags Work
While hashtags originated on Twitter, they quickly became part of each social media channel. At this point, Instagram hashtag density tends to be much greater than Twitter’s because companies realize the success of their Instagram marketing depends on proper hashtagging.
Are you getting enough engagement on Twitter?
Twitter’s true value is in its engagement. Unless people are engaging with you on Twitter, you’re wasting your time.
In this article I’ll share 10 tweeting techniques that lead to better engagement.
#1: Keep Tweets Under 110 Characters
Twitter’s legendary character restriction seems short, but if you’re maxing out your character count, your tweets are too long.
Shorter tweets with around 110 characters get 17% higher engagement, and there’s a reason for that. When you leave room in a tweet, it makes it easier for people to retweet you and add their own commentary.
Are you looking for ways to get your Google+ Page noticed?
Most people broadcast their content on Google+ and hope for engagement, but there are better tactics to grow your audience on Google+.
In this article you’ll discover 11 ways to get more followers for your Google+ Page.
Does your business have a Facebook marketing plan?
Do you need inspiration for Facebook updates that excite your fans?
Do you treat each and every update as an opportunity for engagement?
In this article we’ll take a look at 26 brands, an A-Z guide, that use Facebook status updates that combine visual content and brand messages to create buzz, excitement and interaction.
#1: Audi USA
In the status update below, Audi USA shared that media recognition for their brand’s history and culture, but made sure to show appreciation by including a social link to the brand that drew attention to them.
Have you asked your customers and fans to contribute pictures and images to your social platforms?
If you’re not involving your community in creating and sharing visual content, you’re missing out on massive organic reach and engagement.
In this article I’ll show you how brands are empowering their fans to create and share visual content about them in really cool ways.
Why Ask Fans to Create Visual Content?
If you want organic sharing and big traffic, you need stunning and remarkable images that stand out in social feeds. But that doesn’t mean you have to rely on brand-generated visual content.
Do you want to tap into the social power of mobile users?
Leveraging the power of mobile apps that are already installed on many people’s smart phones allows you to connect with people you may be overlooking.
Mobile is unavoidable—that much is clear.
Leveraging these mobile social networks can be challenging.
In this article you’ll discover six engaging mobile apps and learn how to leverage your mobile presence to generate both brand awareness and ultimately new customers.
#1: Tweak Your Facebook Activities for Mobile Users
Facebook is the number-one mobile social network. In fact, it was the number-two most-used mobile app overall for the second quarter of this year, second only to Google Maps, according to GlobalWebIndex.
However, Facebook Mobile has been a tough area for advertisers and marketers to capitalize on.
Are you looking for fun ways to get your Facebook fans engaged?
Wondering how other pages are developing their posts to increase likes, shares and comments?
In this article I’ll show you eight examples of how to create Facebook posts that drive more engagement on your Facebook page.
#1: Solve Problems With Photos
Posts with a simple image and a caption that shows fans the solution to a problem or a way to improve their daily lives receive marked engagement.
Whole Foods uses this post tactic to encourage fan discussions about product-related solutions to common problems.