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Developing a Social Media Strategy for Your Business

Social media is more than just a fun way to engage and communicate with friends.  It can be an extremely powerful business marketing tool if strategically implemented.  A common mistake businesses make is failing to develop a formal social media plan.  Having a plan for social media is just as important as it is any marketing strategy.  A savvy business owner does not buy traditional advertising without developing a plan, and the same applies with social media.

A social media marketing plan includes many of the same elements of a traditional marketing plan.  Research into target markets and consumer purchasing is a must.  Identifying brand strengths and weaknesses is also important.

Once you’ve conducted research, it is time to start outlining strategies and developing your plan. Heer is your 6 step social media marketing strategy plan.

1. Identify a social media manager

With the many tasks involved with running a…

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Parental control is not about aimless snooping around in your child?s privacy for the fun of it; it is a way to keep your child safe and prevent them from ending up in situations which they will later regret. Many parents have long been forced to approach their parental control through old and dated manors such as frequently asking their children about their activities, clarifying how things are progressing and contacting them on their phones when required. There are now smarter ways to accomplish this without being a thorn in your child?s side every step they take.

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Pinterest can be a powerful marketing tool, particularly for visual brands. But there are some types of images that lead to more engagement, clicks, and purchases than others.

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Posted: August 27, 2014 in Uncategorized

Originally posted on Filippa Levemarks Blog:

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Do you understand how to measure social media activities?

Do you know how to gather the right data to help you achieve your business goals?

To explore how you can measure social media activities, I interview Lutz Finger for this episode of the Social Media Marketing podcast.

More About This Show

The Social Media Marketing podcast is a show from Social Media Examiner.

It’s designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing.

The show format is on-demand talk radio (also known as podcasting).

In this episode, I interview Lutz Finger, who is the director of data analytics at LinkedIn and co-author of the new book, Ask, Measure, Learn: Using Social Media Analytics to Understand and Influence Customer Behavior.

Lutz shares why he’s so interested in social analytics.

You’ll discover why Lutz believes social media analytics will have a bigger impact than…

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Goal Quote – Aug. 27, 2014

Posted: August 27, 2014 in Uncategorized

Originally posted on Goal Habits.com:

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“You live with your thoughts—so be careful what they are.” 
—Eva Arrington

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Enjoy today.
Achieve today.
Tomorrow is promised to no one!

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Originally posted on Das Bankarchiv: Informationen und Trends rund ums Banking:

Consumers bought one-third of the banking products sold last year from an institution other than their primary bank. Loyal banking customers own more products, and buy more products… but that doesn’t mean they’re going to make your sales for you.

How exactly does customer loyalty translate into better financial results for a retail bank? And how much value is at stake? For many bankers, the link between loyalty and financial results is somewhat unclear.

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