8) Yelp – This is a huge review site online that many consumers trust. You’ve got to have an active presence here this year. Get as many reviews as possible. Ideally, there should be a protocol in your chiropractic office where your staff asks patients to leave a review on Yelp. Never leave anything to chance. It is also customary to send them a direct message thanking them for following you. One of the biggest “twitter taboos” is to send your new follower a direct message with an affiliate link or a link to your website.
If they are interested in you, trust me, they with click on your website in your profile to find out more about you. http://brandchannel.com/home/post/2012/08/24/The-Week-in-China-Coke-Brands-On-Weibo-300-KFCs-Starwood-Skis-Xiaomi-HTC-and-a-Homemade-Lamborghini.aspx Adding a link to your thank you DM is like shoving your http://wearesocial.sg/blog/2012/01/social-asia-tuesday-tuneup-11/ information down their throat…and may be considered Spam. Twellow is a great online Twitter search directory – a kind of yellow pages for Twitterers. It allows you to proactively find people by searching for by categories and subcategories already created for you.
These categories and sub can help you drill down into the industries or interests of the Twitter community. Socialoomph: Socialoomph is a free application (there is also a paid service), that allows you to send your welcome DM on autopilot. I don’t know about you, but I am continuously inundated with e-mails everyday saying “such and such is now following you on twitter.” To cut down on the “thanks for following me e-mails,” I use Socialoomph to send it for me.
You can also set it to automatically follow any new followers…”easy peasy.” You can also schedule updates from your blog through socialoomph, so your tweets can go out when you are too busy to send them yourself. All of this comes on the heels of the news that Georgia player Jeff Owens’ started a blog. As technology expands, fans are getting access to their favorite teams via other methods than the traditional newspapers. 4) Twitter – Very few chiropractors have tapped into the power of this microblogging platform.
It allows you to monitor conversation real time. Twitter also has an awesome search function where you can search what’s happening now by certain keywords. Admittedly, Twitter’s huge success as it was starting out was due to the endless tweets from users who delighted in updating the world regularly about what they ate for breakfast, or what the weather is like in their parts of the world. But the service has evolved since then, and so http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/e-commerce-in-china/comment-page-1/#comments should the content.
Users must unstuck themselves from the dark ages by avoiding banalities when tweeting now. Over 74 slides, one is just hit with fact after fascinating fact – initially about the reach and penetration of social media, and then how to converse with audiences. It’s truly inspiring stuff.