Women. Tips. New Comm Biz » How I moved up 300 spots in AdAge’s Power 150 in 4 months. How I moved up 300 spots in AdAge’s Power 150 in 4 months First off I would like to say that I do not blog for fame or fortune.
I don’t think having a high ranking blog is ever a means to an end. But gaining greater exposure to you content can help meet many a marketing goal. I have said in the past that I blog for three main reason: I believe that blogging makes you smarter. When I started this blog I signed it up for the AdAge Power 150 list not with any hopes of having a high ranking but mostly because I could (so can you if you have a marketing focused blog). Just give me the goods Don’t want to read this long post but just want my tips? Blog 3 times a day or close to itUse the right toolsFind a network and engage Blogging 3 times a day One of my New Years goals (I don’t really do resolutions) was to blog much more often. This was the first trick to moving my blog up the ranking. since I first added my blog to the Power 150 this blog was always listed in the 400′s somewhere.
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Most social network services are web based and provide a variety of ways for users to interact, such as e-mail, blogging, instant messaging, photo sharing and gaming services. Social networking has created new paths to communicate and share information. Social networking websites are being used regularly by millions of people, and it now seems that social networking will be an enduring part of everyday life. This is one of the beat ways we as a society show our growth and our progressiveness. After being researching last few weeks Now we glad to present the List of Top Social Media Network Sites which may help you in sharing information and networking all at the same time.
Social Media: Speak our Language, Please. Social Media needs to tell the story in the language of CEOs and CFOs.
The story CEOs and CFOs want to hear is the story of numbers that go up and numbers that go down. Tell them the story of how social media will make the following numbers go up for their business: leads conversion rates customer accounts sales per customer revenues, profits cash-flow Then tell these CEO and CFOs the story of how social media will make these numbers go down: customer churn customer acquisition costs, marketing costs advertising costs employee turnover hiring costs. That’s the story they want to read in every internal report. Social media’s true literary beauty is the story of its impact on profits and cash-flows and sustainable businesses, on customer churn and conversion rates, revenue growth and employee engagement as measured with lower employee turnover and hiring costs.
And therein lies the rub. The desired audience, client executives who need the power of social media, ask: Gaining Subscribers Through Social Media: Is It Possible? Some bloggers use social media to boost traffic and draw links, but they write off the opportunity to gain subscribers through social media as being unrealistic.
While it’s true that social media users are typically less likely to subscribe than the average blog visitor, it’s certainly not impossible and in fact can make a big difference to your overall subscriber count. At my primary blog, social media provided the first significant exposure and I learned a few things about attracting subscribers through this experience. Here at Traffikd after launching the blog I’ve had very little time to do some of the promotion that I would like to do (like writing more guest posts like this one), so social media has accounted for a large percentage of the traffic so far, and subscriber growth for the most part has been ok. If you’re interested in gaining subscribers from social media, here are a few tips: 1.