social media toolsDo you spend too much time adding customer data to spreadsheets?

Looking for ways to automate some of your marketing tasks?

If you’re creating content for a target audience, automated tools can free up your time to engage as a human when and where it matters most.

In this article you’ll discover four ways to integrate automated tools into your social media marketing.

integrate automated tools into social media marketing

Discover four ways to save time with social media marketing tools.

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social media toolsDo you use Facebook to find prospects?

Ever wish you could export your lead lists?

The new Facebook Search browser extension for Chrome makes it easy to search Facebook for prospects and download the results.

In this article you’ll discover how to export prospect details from Facebook.

Editor’s Note:

The Editorial Team at Social Media Examiner discovered the tool mentioned in this post violates Facebook’s Terms of Service, see #5 subpoint 7 for more information.

As a result, we decided to remove this article from publication. We strongly suggest you do not use tools that violate Facebook’s Terms of Service. Using such tools could result in your account being suspended or you banned from Facebook.

Thank you for your feedback and on-going support. Lisa D. Jenkins, Managing Editor

social media how to Do you find it hard to have meaningful engagements with prospects on Twitter?

Do you want a better way to find quality prospects and increase your Twitter ROI?

Twitter is a key social media tool that gives you access to a targeted audience and relevant conversations, but first you have to cut through the noise.

In this article I’ll detail three steps for using Twitter hashtags to their full potential. Get ready to find useful conversations that connect you with ideal prospects.

Why Use Hashtags as a Prospecting Tool?

Twitter is noisy.

As a social media marketer, you know how important it is to have conversations with the right audience. But finding the right people and starting those meaningful conversations on Twitter is, shall we say, challenging when there are around 9,100 tweets sent every second.

So how can you find what you’re looking for without monitoring Twitter 24/7? Make the most of hashtags. They help you filter Twitter conversations so you can find discussions you can add to.

#vacationplanning tweets

Destination organizations and travel agents can find people looking for their help by filtering the #VacationPlanning hashtag.

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