Our goal is to provide you with the best possible tools to build your network marketing business. There are some critical areas in building your business that are very important and can never be overlooked. Having new prospects look at your business is by far the most important task you can ever accomplish in network marketing. The next key, is having the skill set and knowing what to say to prospects. We provide ongoing real-time prospects that are looking for ways to make an additional income by working from home and we also provide you with scripts and training calls where you can listen to us do live calls and speak to prospects.
A number of LinkedIn newbies or purists will say, “You should only connect with those you already know and trust, so you can make recommendations to others when they want an introduction.” Believe me, I understand where these users are coming from, but how do you expect to expand your opportunities and options when you shut off communication to the rest of the 85 million plus members on LinkedIn?
Once you know what you want to accomplish, it becomes easier to define your audience. For example, let’s imagine your company sells a productivity tool for social media practitioners and you want to encourage social media pro’s to try it out. You know that if they use it, they will likely recommend it to their bosses.
Independent distributors develop their organizations by either building an active consumer network, who buy direct from the company, or by recruiting a downline of independent distributors who also build a consumer network base, thereby expanding the overall organization.
If nothing comes to mind, you can share something that everyone has – sketches, notes and filled whiteboards or blackboards. Every business has brainstormed ideas, it’s up to you to take a pretty picture and upload it to Instagram. You may find that it’s best to try out different post types until you strike gold with the one that will engage the audience. Thanks to yet another new feature, Instagram now lets you archive posts instead of deleting them.
The social media marketers behind Charmin’s Twitter account are masters of social engagement. First of all, their tweets always feature their fun, lighthearted, and toilet humor-centric brand voice. In 2014, TIME named them “the sassiest brand on Twitter.”
Businesses focused on increasing sales through content marketing should look at traditional e-commerce metrics including click-through-rate from a product-page to check-out and completion rates at the check-out. Altogether, these form a conversion funnel. Moreover, to better understand customers’ buying habits, they should look at other engagement metrics like time spent per page, number of product-page visits per user, and re-engagement.
As you build a content library for your brand, it’s important to structure your campaign to drive specific business objectives. Content marketing is about giving away information to build relationships and earn trust, but gating some of your best content is an acceptable and valuable practice.
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Kim Garst is ranked as one of the top 10 social media influencers on Forbes, and for good reason: she shares the latest tips for better Facebook ads, how to engage on Periscope, and generally growing your business using social media.
Red Bull, which sells a high-energy beverage, has published YouTube videos, hosted experiences, and sponsored events around extreme sports and activities like mountain biking, BMX, motocross, snowboarding, skateboarding, cliff-diving, freestyle motocross, and Formula 1 racing. Red Bull Media House is a unit of Red Bull that “produces full-length feature films for cinema and downstream channels (DVD, VOD, TV).” The Red Bulletin is an international monthly magazine Red Bull publishes with a focus on men’s sports, culture, and lifestyle.
Don’t toss Twitter to the side thinking it’s only a social connector. Social media can be a powerful marketing tool to promote brand and increase awareness. How will you use Twitter for your next marketing campaign?
3. HootSuite. As a team, we probably rely on HootSuite more than any other Twitter app. Why? Because it makes it easy to track and manage several accounts at once. We especially like the tabs layout and how simple it is for multiple users to access and update the same accounts.
Instagram Stories have a slideshow format and are only live for 24-hours (though they can be saved to your device to be re-used later). This new feature is a direct competitor to Snapchat’s Stories and is now being heavily developed by Instagram. These are some of the benefits of using Instagram Stories for brands:
This helps a lot when it comes to spreading content virally over the social media. The Linkedin network along with its wing – SlideShare are both great at spreading content to the very targeted audience that one wants to reach.
In the same way that you take a couple extra steps to help your content succeed on social, take a couple more to help your content succeed with search engines. Weaving some SEO best practices into your content will help make a good impression with Google and move your website up the rankings list.
Keeping your customers interested is an essential part of any effective marketing campaign. Reward your loyal followers with exclusive content. Let them be the first to know about new products, services or events. Create teaser photos that build anticipation or satisfy curiosity for your new releases, office openings or stores. This kind of preview makes your Instagram followers feel special and keeps them coming back for more insider information.
Your Twitter marketing strategy can make or break your brand. Make your Twitter account worth following with tweets that add value, are interesting, controversial, funny, and helpful. It’s not about the endless marketing of your brand. Make us laugh, make us cry, make us question, make us angry, make us happy.
Your Linkedin Profile needs to reflect what your Business is. Your product/service should be clear and engaging so that reader stick to it. It all starts with a high quality and cleverly made Header image. Not only would your header image attract reader’s eye but it would also engage your viewers to scroll further. Next you should act on your Company’s description, Linkedin display a short description, that’s why you need to craft a perfect sales line which instantly clears what your company does. It should all finish with a perfect and conversion optimized landing page at your website. I sometimes also make use of the showcase pages.
Lewis, good stuff man. I think one of the more compelling points you bring out in the article is #9. Optimizing for search results is key. Just taking a few minutes to dial in your parameters can make all the difference in the effectiveness of a profile. Thanks for all you do and are doing!
Jump up ^ Ryan (Editor), Leo; Wojciech, Gasparski (Editor); Georges, Enderle (Editor) (2000). Business Students Focus on Ethics (Praxiology): The international Annual of Practical Philosophy and Methodology Volume 8. New Jersey: Transaction Publishers. p. 75. ISBN 0-7658-0037-3.
They’ve also created a number of successful hashtags that encourage their followers to engage with them on Twitter. Their most famous is #TweetFromTheSeat, in which followers can send tweets while sitting on the toilet. The hashtag earned them a Shorty Award in 2014 — and we love the description they included in their entry:
No matter how engaging the content a person shares is, link after link can get becoming draining. The Unbounce co-founder, Oli Gardner carefully shares proven marketing processes, lasting trends, and comical quibs from his daily life.
One simple way to incorporate hashtags is by identifying popular events to which you can link your business in an authentic way. Remember, these can be everyday, personal events like meals or commutes, as well as wider cultural events, like Valentine’s Day or Chinese New Year.
When businesses pursue content marketing, the main focus should be the needs of the prospect or customer. Once a business has identified the customer’s need, information can be presented in a variety of formats, including news, video, white papers, e-books, infographics, email newsletters, case studies, podcasts, how-to guides, question and answer articles, photos, blogs, etc. Most of these formats belong to the digital channel.
Our developer API should only be used for direct-to-consumer integrations that help people discover and do what they love. And to avoid confusion with our Marketing Partners program, we don’t allow marketing platforms to use our developer API. This includes (but isn’t limited to) services that are meant to help marketers, advertisers or digital publishers (e.g. bloggers) report on, manage, distribute or optimize the digital marketing for paid or organic media.
Everyone should claim their custom URL to ensure it includes their name (e.g., http://linkedin.com/in/davideerickson). This is especially important for people who have a lot of contact with potential clients — especially for those who [are in] professional services and the B2B sector — because when meeting with someone they have not yet met, many people will search Google for the name of the person with whom they’re meeting in order to learn more about them. Claiming your custom URL makes it more likely your LinkedIn profile will rank in the top of those search results. — David Erickson, vice president of online marketing, Karwoski & Courage
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