7-Step Social Media Business Plan: Effective Social Media Tips For Business We all know that failing to plan, is planning to fail. And this goes for social media too. No you can't just create a Facebook page, post a few nice photos here and there and expect to succeed. You've got to have a plan.
As social media evolves as sector we are starting to see some great case studies emerge around the world and we wanted to pick 50 of the best and share them here for you to enjoy. We've focused in on the big social media areas of Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, mobile and Blogging so as you can drill down in to the area that suits you best. There is a good mixture here of case studies for both smaller businesses and large brands so sit back and start reading and learning from these 50 great social media case studies... Twitter
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In my book, Go Mobile, written with Jeanne Hopkins from HubSpot, we point out that the vast majority of social media platforms can be accessed via mobile devices. That should come as no surprise since the number one way many people access the internet via their smart phones. Whether you’re accessing your social media platform from a desktop or a smartphone, it’s important to be familiar with all of them.
9 Social Media Marketing Tips From the Pros Are you looking for some new ideas to simplify your social media marketing? Do you wonder how others use social media to attract customers? We asked the pros for their hottest social media tips.
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You know the basics of Twitter, but now you want to boost the number of people following your 140-character missives. We asked a dozen social media experts the best way to do that, and all of them recommended taking time to write readable - and, by extension, retweetable - tweets. What follows is their best advice for increasing your followers' engagement with the content you share on Twitter and other social networks. Short And Sweet Twitter lets you post up to 140 characters in each messages, but pros shoot for tweets in the sweet spot of 100 to 120 characters. The reason is simple: that lets people add their own quick comment when they retweet your message to their followers. How To Write Readable - And Retweetable - Tweets