1) Singyour company’s praises with happy customer testimonials on your website. Nothing beats converting leads to actual sales by using satisfied word-of-mouth referrals. Yet, this alone would not be effective in generating leads if no one came to visit your website. Incorporate article marketing into your Internet marketing efforts. Writing and submitting articles is not hard to do, and the rewards can pay off for years to come. Twitter, a microblogging service that answers the question “What are you doing right now?
” is the latest social http://www.digitalbuzzblog.com/infographic-the-social-media-effect/comment-page-1/#comments networking craze to sweep the nation. Both Richt and Carroll have recently joined the service and interested fans can check up on both head coaches by subscribing to their individual Twitter feeds. A little bit of SEO (search engine optimization) isn’t too arduous. Choosing a few keywords and attending to tags doesn’t take much time. Listing with directories and indexes (Technorati is a well-known name) can’t hurt.
Joining a blogging community can help – after all, if you don’t read and respond to other people’s blogs, why should they bother with yours? But the fact remains that to gain a wide readership you either have to have something reasonably spectacular to offer or a lot of time to spend on promotion. Forums came before social media and were an important predecessor that remains important today. These are sites were online discussion are around a specific hobby, topic, or interest.
Information is shared and exchanged and online communities are built. Why did I get these reactions? Twitter was designed around personal communication. Its question prompt: “What are you doing now?” can’t correctly be answered with anything except a personal message. Twitter purists don’t even want to know what you’re thinking, and certainly an ad or solicitation is inappropriate as a welcoming message.
It is contrary to the whole spirit and intent of the medium. Is the update time critical? – By that I mean, are you updating your own status in relation to a thing you happen to be doing right now? If so, then the ideal time to post is either prior to or during the event. People are far more likely to comment on a status regarding something you are about to do rather than something you have previously done. Posting afterwards additionally runs the risk of someone different posting about it already and stealing your thunder (e.
g. viewing a sporting event).