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Social media marketing is a subset of digital media marketing. However, the goal of social media marketing tools is to develop an interactive, online relationship with the customer rather than to mine covertly for customer data. Specific examples of social media marketing tools include blogging, tweeting, posting, sharing, networking, pinning, bookmarking, media sharing and commenting on social media websites such as Twitter, Facebook, Orkut, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Reddit and YouTube. Dan Zarrella, author of “The Social Media Marketing Book,” explains that social media marketing levels the playing field for small companies and individual entrepreneurs by offering low-cost tools with potentially high returns.
One way to market to the dissatisfied is to be easy to find when they’re looking for help. Search engines provide an excellent way to achieve this. That’s because your prospective clients and customers will often search the internet for exactly what they need… exactly when they need it. So, if they find your website, you’ll have the attention of someone who is actively looking for exactly what you provide.
A balanced profile is better for SEO – SEO’s have been talking the last couple of months about the importance of social media for SEO and how things are and although it is not yet confirmed, it is more likely that people with strong social media profiles are in better position that those with weak profiles.
However, many of these tools are quite different from each other and serve vastly different purposes within content marketing. Some technologies may help create content, some may help distribute content, yet others help measure the effectiveness of your content marketing. Having attended dozens of content marketing conferences over the years, I have seen countless marketers and even analysts not know where to start, or how to make sense of the universe of content marketing tools.
Collect or buy email lists. People who have stores have most likely collected emails throughout the years, which can be used for email blasts. If you do not have any emails, you can buy them from marketing companies or neighboring markets. Send an initial blast and monthly blasts updating your customers on new products.
Marcus is going to be super high intensity. Don’t be surprised if he doesn’t spend more than 5 minutes on the stage. Instead, you can find him wandering around the audience getting right into the thick of things.
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It can be helpful to see your website through the lens of a search engine. Simply enter your website URL into Browseo and the tool will show you a hierarchy of particular elements. You’ll learn something new every time you use this.
Messenger Code- Messenger Codes can be scanned to instantly link the user to your bot, no typing needed. They’re great for sticking on fliers, ads, or anywhere in the real world where you want people to try your bot.
You have shared a great list of resources and tools which are useful for every content strategist. I also marked few of them that are ideal for specific tasks of the content marketing and I refer those tools to content writers who connect with me on social media.
Email Your List — If you’ve been building your Email list than you want to send them an email telling them about your new content, also it’s a great idea if you ask them to share your content if they enjoy it! Don’t worry if you don’t have a huge email list yet, every list starts at 0 recipients.
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9. Don’t Use Trademarked Terms (Unless You Own Them) – This is just a no-no. You can bid on trademarked terms if they are relevant to your ad, but using terms you don’t own can go against the publisher’s requirements.
Hi, a great article, really helpful! It’s a bummer you didn’t include Kontentino though – it’s an intuitive social media tool tailored for agencies and their clients and it is making team collaboration and content approvals more effective. You can try it for free at kontentino.com and maybe we will make it into your next list 🙂
Stay Constant — Everything takes time, if you stop posting on Social Media you will not get results. Notice how Gary Vaynerchuk suggest for you to focus on your organic reach for an entire year… He doesn’t suggest 2 months, or a week, but a year. It’s very important to stick with social media because when you do your results will reflect your efforts.
Very good post wind! You have made an expanded list of useful tools! To help you complete your list, I would suggest another useful helpful tool: Ambassify This advocacy platform makes a difference because of your campaigns due to the creation of brand awareness to get feedback from your supporters. You have many campaign objectives to do and co-create products with them! This forum is really focused on two-way communication to promote lasting relationships with your supporters. If you want to know more, go to the website.