Looking for ways to perform tasks more efficiently?
Staying on top of social activities can be challenging, but there are tools that can save you time and make your job a little easier.
In this article you’ll discover five social media tools to improve productivity.
Are you approaching it the right way?
Everyone uses social media differently, and the approach you use should be based on your goals.
In this article I’ll share three ways to use social media to get the results you want for your business.
#1: Sell Products or Services
The instant nature of social media is ideal for sales. It’s no wonder social networks have become full-blown marketing channels. Those using a sales approach make no bones about the fact that they want you to buy their product or service.
When you’re selling, your updates likely include discounts and coupons, limited-time deals, new releases and promotions.
Looking for something to help you get started with social media?
Social media is a conversation you can join any time. Join now. You’ll be welcomed.
In this article I’ll help you blast through the hardest part of social media: getting started. Right here. Right now. Here you go: the essential how-to guide, no experience required.
The latest findings from Technorati’s 2013 Digital Influence Report show that “consumers are turning to blogs when looking to make a purchase.”
In fact, blogs rank favorably with consumers for trust, popularity and even influence.
Here are some interesting findings from the Technorati report.
#1: Blogs Influence Consumers’ Purchasing Decisions
The report found that blogs are now the third most influential digital resource (31%) when making overall purchases, behind retail sites (56%) and brand sites (34%).
This Southern California institution, in business for 71 years, draws thousands every summer for horse racing, its cool bars and restaurants and a busy slate of concerts and festivals.
But like many entertainment industry venues, Del Mar attendance has dipped in recent years due to the ailing economy. But in 2010, the track added a new star to its marketing lineup – social media.
With virtually no other marketing changes, social media boosted attendance this past season by 4.2 percent.