The one question I get asked the most often by my new social media marketing clients is this, are there any strategies I can use to get the benefits of social media without spending all day online? This seems to be a consistent theme from everyone who is new to this form of marketing so here are 7 tips and tools I use to streamline the process.
Below the animated graphic is a large area with a white background. Typically where your this social profile would go, there is a picture of Edward and Bella laying down on the grass. It is alternated with an Edward Cullen quote, “you are my life now”.
The blessing and curse of internet marketing is that there are literally endless systems you can experiment with. My advice is that you use your own intuition. You find the approaches that feel like the best fit for you, whether that’s AdWords, online video marketing, social media, article marketing, blogging, or forum marketing.
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Don’t forget your setting up social profile. Check your profile on any site in which you are participating and make sure you have a link to your website. Most sites will allow you to have more than one link so you will be able to add your website and your blog.
Go where your audience goes. Do you have a site that sells home improvement products? Go to the home decorating websites and leave comments. Are you writing for a blog on pets? Visit pet store websites and leave interesting comments. You increase your presence and tell people a bit about you and your level of expertise.
Rather it’s about ‘networking’, sharing valued-added resources, showing an interest in others, providing support and assistance, and about establishing and nurturing a strong network of likeminded people.