Want to avoid costly Facebook ads?
When you develop relationships with others in your niche and experts, your Facebook page can easily grow without advertising.
In this article you’ll discover three ways to grow your Facebook fan base without ads.
Want to create good relationships to increase your visibility and get more customers?
To learn how to work with influencers, I interview Doug Karr.
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The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It’s designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing.
Doug will explore influencer marketing and how to work with prominent people.
You’ll discover how to identify and reach out to influencers, as well as develop relationships and campaigns that lead to sales.
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Do you know how social media can help?
How and what you communicate on social media can position you as a trusted resource in your industry.
In this article I’ll show you how to effectively use social media to prove your place as an expert in your field.
Do you want to know which tools today’s social media professionals recommend?
It’s not always easy to know which tools are worth checking out or how to use them. We asked 15 top social media marketers to share the tools they find most useful right now.
In this article you’ll discover 14 tools to add to your social media marketing toolbox and why you should consider using them.
#1: Quill Engage for Automatic Google Analytics Reports
Google Analytics is full of valuable information, but sometimes there’s too much data to sift through. There are times when it would be easier to have a simple overview.
Quill Engage is a free tool that connects with your Google Analytics account and emails you a weekly summary of your data. It tells you about your site’s traffic growth or decline, where your traffic came from the previous week, which post got the most traffic and much more.
It’s the Holy Grail of interactive marketing: getting “social media influencers”—the ones with the voice and the reach, the ones to whom everyone else listens—to endorse and promote what you’re doing.
Recently, my company managed to inspire 60 such influencers to participate in our event, called The Influencer Project, and they even took it upon themselves to help spread the word.