For those using the SocialGO platform for their small business, we have found a list of 5 important tips you can utilise to get maximum reach on social media. Click the link below to check it out.
You’ve either acquired ads from another business or sponsorship or you are placing ads of your own – that’s great so far! There are some very effective strategies to help maximise the potential reach and success of these ads.
Happy Fourth of July to American SocialGO-ers! May your day be full of good times with family and friends – and all the relaxation you require.
For when you’re back to the grind, we have some more tips for you on how to build a social community. We’ve said it before – you really can’t have too many tips when it comes to building a successful community for your brand! Of course, you must filter out what’s most relevant to your community, your abilities, and your goals, but, thankfully, there is plenty of information to digest and choose from.
From finding your advocates to giving your fans a voice, click below to read four thoughtful tips on how to build your social community:
Forbes explains why it’s important to distinguish social media marketing from community management in order to build a successful and loyal following.
“In practice, “social media marketing” and “community management” are two very related, in some ways overlapping terms. But in theory, each has a very distinct intention. Understanding these unique functions and using each to its greatest advantage is critical for achieving your goals.”
Click here to read the article.
A good article on why blog writing is, ultimately, more important than Tweeting or other forms of social media. Citing how ephemeral the Tweet is and how blogs are owned by you and are more easily found on the Internet, this brief piece will explain why you should add a blog to your community and keep it updated.
SocialGO offers a blogging feature on both the Pro and Classic platforms.
A list of the top 4 mistakes you might be unknowingly making when promoting your site or business via social media.
25 community-building experts were asked for their advice on growing an online community, and the advice offered is tried-and-true and comes from the perspectives of many different industries.
Give it a click to read more: https://www.postplanner.com/expert-advice-how-to-grow-vibrant-online-community/
This question comes up all the time in my email,Facebook, Twitter, real life, etc.: “How do I build an audience?” or “How do I get people to read my blog?” or “How do I create a community?” or “David, how do you get your hair like that?” (Answer: gel)
Anyway…back to the important questions.
Content (blogging, videos, text, photos) is an absolute marketing weapon for entrepreneurs when done correctly. The cost to create, publish and promote is low with the benefits being huge. The opportunity and tools are there. But this isn’t a case of build it and they will come.
How can you the hustling entrepreneur build up your community?
First, of all there is a really big difference between audience and community. An audience is one-way. Not interactive. Not social. An audience passively watches or reads. An audience doesn’t participate. Or share with others.
On the other hand, a community is a two-way conversation. A living, breathing thing. Extremely interactive. Social. Sure, some people just watch or read, but many also participate and share with their friends.
Here the keys that I’ve learned from building up our RISE Community. The community now includes over 100,000 entrepreneurs, business owners, marketers, forward-thinkers, etc. plus a healthy blend of sponsors.
Click below for the 12 Keys after the jump!
SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is the process of affecting the visibility of your website in a search engine’s unpaid results – often referred to as “natural”, “organic”, or “earned” results.
The SEO of your site, combined with the site’s activity levels, can help improve your rankings on search engines such as Google and Yahoo.
A good starting point is the following 12 steps put together by the Goins, Writer blog. Click to take a peek and find some easy ways to help optimise the search engine results for your SocialGO site.
Because you can never have too many lists of tips on marketing and advertising, Mashable has put together a list of 11 strategies to help grow your brand from using the obvious such as Pinterest to newer strategies such as Snapchat geofilters.
Click here to take a look.