If you want to succeed in the online world today you must build your own social media, digital marketing and branding plan and strategy. Although there are many social marketing gurus happy to give you free advice, you must be careful who you listen to and be sure you are focusing on the right technologies, strategies and tactics for your business and audience.
Do you have an interest in Pinterest for Business but don’t know where to start in developing your Pinterest for Business plan? If you answer yes to this question then you have landed on the right blog post today! Take a listen to the 217th episode of the Social Zoom Factor to learn the “7 Step Success Strategy to Build a Pinterest for Business Plan!”
Are you ready to rise above status quo with real, impactful and measurable business results? Learn how to be a social media digital marketing rebel.
Do you have an interest in Pinterest? How about Pinterest for your business? Would you like to tap into a social network that can help you generate leads, sell more product and deliver you more blog or website traffic than Twitter? If yes, you can’t ignore Pinterest.
How do you prioritize what social networks you invest in for business success? How do you know where you should engage? How do you determine where your audience is hanging out online so you can build the most meaningful relationship with them as possible? How do you achieve a positive ROI using social media and digital technologies and strategies?
In the online world, keeping up with trends can be a challenge. Not only do you have to keep your current platforms and content performing, you must also be ready to embrace the changes to come. The only one guarantee we have in the social and digital world is change. Get use to it.
Check out episode 203 of the Social Zoom Factor podcast for strategies, tips and a framework to help you not only set goals, but also achieve them. If it’s ROI you are looking for, then you want to listen to this episode!
Spamming and over self promotion will hurt your brand more than help it. These behaviors may be pushing people away from you and your brand vs attracting them and inspiring them to have a relationship with you.
It’s human nature to want to blame a “thing” on the lack of a result. It’s easy to blame Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn for the problems you have in your business.
Buzz without bucks will not pay your team salaries, the office rent or the monthly subscriptions for all of those social media tools you are using to create all that fancy buzz.