Social media is a great way to build up a business, but it can tear it down again just as quickly. Here are 50 examples.
If your business is on social media, you want to set a social media policy for your organization. Your policy will help your staff understand how best to approach social media, as well as define what is appropriate content and behavior.
Welcome to the business side of social media: We’re all selling something and we’re all talking. Is anyone listening?
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1) Use Calls-to-Action in Cover Photos
2) Include Links in Captions
3) Host a Facebook Chat
4) Make Facebook Events for Webinars
5) Use Targeted Advertising to Extend Your Content’s Reach
6) Build Forms on Tabs
With new challenges for Facebook marketers, it’s even more vital to get adept at giving your audience what it wants while still focusing on your sales goals.
The emphasis for brands is shifting to how often people interact with them. TrackSocial has trawled Facebook to come up with the brands doing the best job of eliciting a reaction, in the form of, yes, a like, but also a comment and share.
1. Target your URL
2. Complete your profile
3. Get endorsed
4. Join LinkedIn Groups
5. Interact with others
You want to be an expert in your field. You have ideas that you want to be seen and heard. Good news! With LinkedIn, you can become whoever you want to be if you put in a little bit of time. For the low investment of just 15 minutes a day, you can establish and maintain a solid personal brand.