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Posts Tagged ‘social media success’

How To Track Your Social Media Data And Measure ROI [INFOGRAPHIC]

How To Track Your Social Media Data And Measure ROI [INFOGRAPHIC]

You’ve setup your brand’s Twitter account, launched your business page on Facebook and fashioned a company profile on LinkedIn. You’re uploading content, sharing links to your products and services and engaging with fans.

Now, if only you could figure out your return on investment.

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6 Best Practices For Social Media Success [INFOGRAPHIC]

6 Best Practices For Social Media Success [INFOGRAPHIC]

Want to succeed in social media?

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What Makes A Successful Social Media Campaign? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social media is getting bigger and bigger and shows absolutely no signs of slowing down. Collectively, the top six social networks – Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Instagram and Pinterest – have hundreds of millions of active users.

Which means that not only do brands also need to be active on one or more of these platforms, but that they must ensure that what they’re doing, in the business of social media engagement, brand awareness and customer support, works – and that it works well.

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A Road To Success Using Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that 95 percent of businesses throughout the world use social media as a networking tool, and that fifty percent of these companies have noticed a significant improvement in their visibility, website traffic and sales, accordingly?

Used correctly, social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn allow brands of all shapes and sizes across almost every industry worldwide to attract and engage with customers (old and new), convert enquiries into strong leads and deliver first-class customer support and service. It takes work, and it takes time, but the road is there for everyone. You just have to take those first steps – and then keep putting one foot in front of the other.

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Social Media Management Periodic Table [INFOGRAPHIC]

Wouldn’t life just be easier if there was a scientific formula for social media management?

It’s your lucky afternoon.

The Social Media Management Periodic Table below, created by SEO agency Dynamic Search, provides an app-by-app map to social media success, a visual display to help you optimize your social strategy, complete with legend.

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Social Media Success Formula

Sree Sreenivasan, Columbia University’s first Chief Digital Officer and Columbia Journalism School professor, knows what he’s talking about when it comes to Twitter.

He has almost 45,00 Twitter followers, and his social media workshops and presentations constantly sell out.

But we’ve got a little nugget of Sree wisdom for you, gratis, below.

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Make 2013 Your Best-Ever Year: A 12-Month Plan For Social Media Success [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social media had its biggest-ever year in 2012, with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Pinterest each reaching new heights in size and importance.

So what are you doing to capitalise on this success in 2013? Does your business have a social media plan?

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Why First Class Customer Service Is The Key To Social Media Success [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that social media users who receive excellent service from their favourite brands go on to spend, on average, 21 percent more than non-social customers?

Conversely, 83 percent of socially savvy consumers have walked away from a purchase in the past year after having a negative support experience with brand, compared to just 49 percent of everybody else *.

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