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Top 2016 Social Media Marketing Platforms [Research] If you’re like most of the people in the world, you visit at least one social media marketing platform at least once a month. I know that’s not a news flash. But what do you do if you’re a marketer? You can’t just engage on social media like an individual. (BTW, here’s the data on how people use social media via Global Web Index.
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… as they leave your site. We’ve found that it’s provided a big boost. (BTW-we’d be thrilled if you’d use our affiliate link.) Go low tech. Add an email signup next to your cash register. They’ve already purchased from you. Add email newsletter information on your business cards. It’s a piece of information people tend to keep and read. BTW—Don’t…
….) Marketing implications: Marketers and businesses in general need to be present and engaged on LinkedIn. Research by UMass Dartmouth revealed that Inc 500 businesses shows that businesses tend to get more power out of LinkedIn than other social media platforms. Actionable Social Media Tactics: Create a platform specific editorial calendar…
39 LinkedIn Business Tactics To Achieve Your Goals If you’re like many marketers, you may think of LinkedIn as a job seeker’s ghetto. But LinkedIn has evolved. Before we dive into LinkedIn business tactics, understand that LinkedIn is a powerful professional social media tool. LinkedIn tops the social media list for small businesses according to the UMass Dartmouth.
… 500 have active Google+ accounts or 189 companies. 19% of the 2014 Fortune 500 have Google+ corporate accounts that aren’t active yet. According to UMass Dartmouth, Google+ is the only social media platform with a significant number of open, but inactive accounts. This means that companies have staked out their turf but not put the resources…