An analysis of company mentions reveals a few surprising figures brands can use to develop and improve their Twitter strategy.
There are two things I’m going to share with you, and if you can incorporate them into your marketing strategy, you can save yourself a lot of time and money by not having to hire anyone to do publicity for you later. And who doesn’t want to save money in this economy of ours?
It’s time to fundamentally change how you think about social media marketing.
This is a great starting point for developing corporate blog content. Adjust based on your needs, but this will help you get up and running.
I’m knee-deep in launching a new blog. This will be my tenth (non-personal) blog launch/re-launch in six years. Each time I do it, I seem to forget (and re-learn) the pain that’s involved. Getting a blog off the ground is far from easy, and keeping it alive is even harder. Of the 10, five are alive and well, if in different hands, two are dead and two should be if they aren’t. For the tenth, it’s still too early to tell, but everything looks better than it has with my other launches.
Don’t be too afraid to succeed. You can get away with a lot more than you realize.
These are three things you think you need. You don’t need them. And having them could cause you pain later.
Yup, there’s a lot a Communist company can teach you about social media marketing. Ready to have your MIND BLOWN?
Hey marketers: is Facebook finally good for something?
It takes more than a good idea and a login to turn your corporate blogging operation into ROI.