No one cares about you – they care about how you can solve their problems. Write for your readers.
These two expressions epitomize the most important marketing (and social media) concept: relevance. How often have you seen a post, picture, tweet, or comment that adds zero value? Or where the signal-to-noise ratio is, well, noisy?
[Free Download] How do you organize your Social Media activities? Most people have a system – whiteboards, excel documents, Google Calendar, or often, scraps of paper. Unfortunately, none of these are particularly effective, nor are they efficient. And they certainly don’t help you share your activities with your colleagues.
With the New Year around the corner, what proactive resolutions can you make to ensure you’re using Social Media to full advantage? Here are 5 resolutions to consider making for 2016 that will help you leverage Social Media personally and professionally:
Out of all of the thinking, blogging, tweeting, posting, and speaking on the subject, here are some of the most practical – and thought-provoking articles on the topic.
Are you one of “those” people who has thoroughly adopted Social Media, but has a nagging feeling that you just aren’t that productive with it? Or are you tapped out, and have no interest in adding extra time to your day with low-value Social Media activities? In either case, you’re not alone.