jamie turner : Social Media Examiner

social media how toAre your customers and prospects wandering around with smart phones?

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.

Why Mobile?

Mobile is unavoidable—that much is clear.

Over half of US residents own a smartphone or tablet, and around half of those are using the top social media apps available on those devices.

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.

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Many Facebook users browse the network from a mobile device.

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social media how to

Your customers and prospects are using smart phones.

Have you figured out how to connect with them using mobile social media marketing techniques?

Mobile is not as difficult as it may seem, especially when you access it with the social media tools you’re already familiar with.

With that in mind, I’ll reveal 5 ways you can use social media to integrate mobile marketing into your business.

#1: Connect With Prospects On LinkedIn Mobile

The LinkedIn mobile app brings a streamlined version of the desktop site to your smartphone or other mobile device. You’ll have access to all the key LinkedIn features, including updates, your profile, messages and groups.

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An example of the LinkedIn home screen on a smartphone.

From your LinkedIn home page, tap on your profile photo to access your profile screen to see who has viewed your profile recently. If someone has viewed your profile, it’s a good indication that they might be interested in hearing from you.

With the mobile app, you can reach out to them from your phone or tablet. Just tap on their profile photo and say hello to them via LinkedIn.

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Do you use mobile marketing for business?

Are you wondering how to get started?

To learn how mobile marketing and social connect, I interview Jamie Turner for this episode of the Social Media Marketing podcast.

More About This Show

Social Media Marketing Podcast w/ Michael Stelzner

The Social Media Marketing podcast is a show from Social Media Examiner.

It’s designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing.

The show format is on-demand talk radio (also known as podcasting).

In this episode, I interview Jamie Turner, co-author of the book Go Mobile. His blog, the 60 Second Marketer is ranked as one of the top 10 marketing blogs by Social Media Examiner. He also runs a social media and mobile marketing agency called 60 Second Communications.

Jamie shares how to start with mobile marketing and why you should pay more attention to mobile customers.

You’ll learn what tools to use and the difference between mobile websites and mobile apps.

Share your feedback, read the show notes and get the links mentioned in this episode below!

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social media toolsHave your social media activities spiraled out of control?

Are you looking for tools to simplify the management of your social media marketing?

Would you like better insight into your audience or the ability to compare your social activities against the competition?

These are some of the capabilities you’ll discover in the five social media management tools listed below.

In this article I reveal five social management tools that just might make your life a bit easier.

Check out what they have to offer and see if they are a good fit for your business needs.

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