If you're looking for some practical and effective tips on how to develop a following on social media, you've come to the right place. Here are my top five ideas for building an engaged audience and getting results from social media.
Social media has certainly helped create a buzz around the scented, flavored and special feature condoms. In fact, the idea for caipirinha condoms came from a suggestion posted by a follower on Facebook.
Many of the people whom you follow will click over to your profile to learn more about you. If your profile is compelling and interesting, you've grabbed their attention. They may click over to your website, or follow you back, or engage with you.
By keeping these five ideas in mind and implementing one or more of them, you are significantly putting yourself ahead of much of your online competition and greatly increasing your chances of success.
Social media is now an integral part of almost every consumer's online habits. Statistics abound about it's popularity and it's potential as a means of driving new visitors to your website, yet many businesses are still failing to turn their social media efforts into profits.
She is a 30-year-old IndyCar driver from England, who now resides in Indianapolis. Without a full-time team, she represents one of these drivers who spends a great deal of time putting together her race schedule -- working with teams and sponsors to help find the funding for another chance.
You need a lot of endurance, patience and support to take you from Step one; total ambiguity to Step 5; a positive score card. I created a framework to actualize my process in order to apply my findings to other brand owners:
Conversations that you have with your customers every day can also happen on Twitter. And you can approach these Twitter conversations the same way -- like you're talking to a good friend. Here are a few tips straight from Twitter.
Have you noticed that it's easier to keep your house clean if you work on it a little each day rather than waiting until it gets really bad and needs an overhaul? It's the same with social media and any kind of listening tool.