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Social Media Strategy? Think Like a Reporter

Webbiquity SMM

In all but the smallest companies, there are often multiple individuals tweeting, networking and even contributing to the company blog. Update your company’s Facebook page? What is your company aiming to accomplish through social media?

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Maximize Your Content Creation Commitment

Convince & Convert

Most of us—even if we have a team backing us—can’t spend dozens of hours each week writing blog posts, engaging in witty real-time banter on Twitter, sharing insightful articles on LinkedIn, and building robust online communities.

7 Step Secret Sauce Recipe For Social Media Success

Diva Marketing Blog

Selfless Content - Posts that take the needs of your community into consideration and are aligned with the values of your brand/company. Community Generosity - Identify your peers, influencers and greatest fans. How will you know (refer to #1)if your end game is met?

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Why Customer Service Should Be in Your Social Media Marketing Strategy

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Social media, quite simply, relates to the usage of content created by easily accessible publishing technologies (social media sites such as Facebook or Twitter, photo publishing sites such as Flickr, video sites like YouTube and Vimeo) that is generated by the hundreds of millions of consumers utilizing these technologies. Since he was reasonably happy with the service provider, he referred it to his friend. The onus is on the company to make the customer feel like they matter.

44 Blogging Questions and Answers

Kikolani

Question: How to convince a company that you work with how important blogging can be to their company’s success? Answer: I would say the easiest way to convince a company to use blogging is to find a competitor that is using it successfully.

The “Getting Started with Government 2.0” Guide | Social Media.

Social Media Strategery

Become Part of the Online Community Get on LinkedIn. community as Gov 2.0 Back when I got started with social media at my company, it took me around six months to go from “hmmm, this is interesting” to “let’s actually do something with this as an organization!”