Salesforce Canada

  • How Much Does Outsourcing Social Media Cost?

    …. That requires a talented staff that’s continuously looking for opportunities. Social Media Budgets In this infographic, How to Better Spend Your Social Media Marketing Budget, Salesforce Canada researches the costs of executing a social media strategy. Professional marketing services can run between $4,000 and $7,000 a month. Since your total…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Social How To's- 32 readers -
  • How to Write A Title That Makes Visitors Engage

    … interesting. Generic keyword-stuffed titles don’t cut it. N – Be newsworthy. If someone else has written a better article, share theirs and save your time! E – Be entertaining. Marketing speak and industry lingo is going to put your audience to sleep. The infographic recommends CoSchedule’s Blog Post Headline Analyzer, which provided me with a B…

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  • How to Research the Best Hashtags

    … Salesforce utilizes several tools. On Tagboard, the recommendation is to review statistics, sentiment and related hashtags across multiple social media platforms. Your goal should be to identify the most popular that’s highly relevant to the topic of the social media update or article you’re referring to. On Twitter, you can utilize the extensive…

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  • How to Use Social Media for Small Business

    …. In this post, we look at strategies to create an effective social media strategy with minimal resources. Kristi Hines, Salesforce Canada Blog Salesforce has broken down a social media strategy for small business to 5 basic stages. Set Realistic Goals Choose the Right Networks to Achieve Your Goals Focus on the Activity that Will Help You…

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  • 3 Rules of Psychology in Sales and Marketing

    … decisions (whether we realize it or not). A brand name, special offer, and immediate gratification can make a deal much sweeter. Eight out of 10 buying decisions we make are based on emotion. So with just 20 per cent of these decisions devoted to pure logic, it only makes sense for marketers to know the psychological factors that sway us toward a specific brand or product. © 2014 DK New Media. …

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