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5 Tips for Getting more from Social Media Marketing

Traditional marketing tactics such as advertising, referrals, and public relations are still very important, but social media tactics have now become a part of everyday marketing’s fabric and need to be considered at the strategic level of your marketing decision-making process.

So, rather than asking yourself if you should or should not use Facebook or Twitter, the question is: “How can Facebook and Twitter help you achieve your marketing objectives?” It’s the same as asking how direct mail or having two more salespeople might fit into the plans.

From this integrated viewpoint, social media participation can start to make more sense for each individual marketer’s needs and goals. Here are some few tips from Kick Start Sales Force.

1) Integrate: Don’t treat your social media activity as something separate from your other marketing initiatives. Feature links to your social media profiles in your email signature, on your business cards, in your ads, and as a standard block of copy in your weekly HTML email newsletter. Make your social media profiles a part of your address copy block and you will soon see adding them to all that you do as an automatic action.

2) Amplify: Use your social media activity to create awareness for and amplify your content housed in other places. This can go for teasing some aspect of your latest blog post on Twitter or in your Facebook status, creating full-blown events on Eventful or Meetup, or pointing to mentions of your firm in the media. I would also add that filtering other people’s great content and pointing this out to your followers, fans, and subscribers fits into this category, as it builds your overall reputation for good content sharing and helps to buffer the notion that you are simply broadcasting your announcements. Quality over quantity always wins in social media marketing.

3) Repurpose: Taking content that appears in one form and twisting it in ways that make it more available in another, or to another audience, is one of the secrets to success in the hyper info-driven marketing world in which we find ourselves. You can string five blog posts together and make them available as a workshop handout or a bonus for your LinkedIn group. Never look at any content as a single use, single medium, single act.

4) Generate leads: So many people want to generate leads in the wide world of social media, but can’t seem to understand how or have met with downright hostile reactions when trying. Effectively generating leads from social media marketing is really no different than effectively generating leads anywhere—it’s just that the care you must take to do it right is amplified by the “no selling allowed” culture. No one likes to be sold to in any environment—the trick is to let them buy—and this is even more important in social media marketing.

5) Learn: One of the hang ups I frequently encounter from people just trying to get started in social media marketing is the paralysis formed when they stare blankly at Twitter, wondering what in the world to say. The pressure to fill the silence can be so overwhelming that they eventually succumb and tweet what they had for lunch.

The Takeaways in Building Your Digital Sales Campaign 

Recollect the last digital marketing campaign that brushed you off your feet. Perhaps it was one that made you stop and think. Possibly it was one that made you snicker so hard you cried. Perhaps it was one that made you understand you required something you never at any point knew existed. Regardless of what it made you do or feel, the way that you recalled that it implies that it was in any event to some degree effective.

So how was that organization ready to interface with you so effectively? It surely wasn’t simply incredibly good fortunes, you’re too sharp for that! Continue reading…

Why Your B2B email notoriety or Reputation Matters in B2B Email Deliverability

B2B marketers battling for development in today’s economy know they have to get most extreme results for their B2B email marketing efforts, yet an excess of don’t comprehend the basic part deliverability plays during the time spent transforming business prospects into revenue driving clients. All the imagination and arranging that goes into a focused on B2B email marketing effort is useless if your messages don’t come to their expected inboxes. Each undelivered B2B email is a lost lead, and the cash you spent to gain that lead gets squandered. Continue reading…

Valentine’s Day: Email + Data, A match made in heaven

Roses are red, violets are blue, Valentine’s Day is coming … and you should do this one through in email marketing too.

Insight will no longer be an option, but a necessity when trying to generate and nurture your business prospects to fruition. If the email you’re sending doesn’t relate to a business prospect or C-level personally, it’s will never be that effective. But don’t worry, there is a solution, and it’s one that marketers will agree of. During the Valentine’s Day, a romance has blossomed and bloomed between email and data in the result of B2B marketing automation. B2B Marketing automation helps B2B marketers address their need to use personalization at scale by using data collected from prospective businesses to send the right message, to the right decision makers, at the right time in the purchase cycle. Continue reading…

B2B Marketing: How to Solve These 6 Typical Issues between Marketing and Sales

In the past, the two “top weapons” of customer engagement have never really seen eye-to-eye kudos to a long time rivalry filled by their ego and perpetuated by differing metrics. All over the globe, sales and marketing teams have accumulated various hindrance that keep them from working well together. Mistrust, miscommunication and nuances in goals continue to pull the teams in separate directions.

To help us see and solve these 6 typical issues between marketing and sales. We will be presenting these situations and how to solve them. Continue reading…

Should Business Change just for a Sale?

Change is inevitable, we can’t stop but we can go with the flow. Change isn’t bad when it comes to lifestyle and business. Yes, we all struggle to reinvent what we already have, what we already handed out and what we are. But it isn’t bad to create a new idea from those bad ideas that was turn down by many critics from the past.

I bet you all know what McDonalds did a few weeks back, Just so you know, they resurrected the long decease Hamburglar into a new Hambuglar. Yes, we can all do that, but the problem with doing that is, People who knows your business and grew up with it might reject the idea of revamping the lost character who they loved back then. But hey, at least you know the consequences of your ideas, right? Continue reading…

Outsourced Lead Generation – For When You Need An Army

Technology can be a powerful asset in lead generation. However, like many in other cases, it doesn’t always multiply your effort as far as you’d like. Having the tools that can make you a one-man-marketing team might be a good way to start. However, what if you reach a point when you don’t just need a team but an entire army?

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