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10-30-2012-10-37-08-AMWith the year ending, let’s look back on the best social media marketing highlights of 2015 to inspire businesses to do better next year. These stats will help you plan better and powerful social media marketing strategies next year.

Among the best highlights of the year is the revelation that about 64% of marketers spend six hours or more in social media. This prompts businesses to strengthen social media visibility. Another highlight is that 66% of marketers target to increase Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn usage more in the near future while there will be an 8% drop in Facebook usage.

Source: Business 2 Community

chat3Marketing through social media is enjoyable and effective once you know the techniques to use. All social media platforms offer several ways to promote your products. You just have to identify your target market and be creative in posting campaigns. In the likes of Facebook, users engage on organic and frequent posts – whether they are simple lines, infographic, or videos. It is also recommended to post videos through Facebook rather than YouTube to reach substantial volume of target market. There is also Twitter where you can promote your brand. You just have to ensure that your tweets comply with the current trends.

Source: Social Media Barrel

chat3Erin Ann McBride provides tips on how people can use social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube to share gospel and words of wisdom. According to her, it is important to create awareness that there is something more than sharing photos and status in this powerful communication platform. You can do this by posting photos of everyday gospel with meaningful texts, hashtags and keywords to spread the word. This is also an effective way to educate your audience about the content of your page. Do not forget to stay focus on the importance of the content and the realistic expectations about your movement.

Source: Deseret News

chat3As the month of October comes, organizations and schools within the country go on to observe the National Bullying Prevention Month. The goal of the celebration is to stop cyberbullying and bullying that lead to the death of a girl in Florida last year. The story of the 12-year old girl named Rebecca Ann Sedwick who committed suicide due to a whole year of cyberbullying from two minors as well, ages 12 and 14.

According to age restrictions set by Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram the minimum age required for signing up is at 13, while YouTube set it at 18 but a 13-year old kid can sign up with the permission of their parents. For other social media sites, it’s at 17. According to the study done by knowthenet.org.uk, about 59% of children indicate that they’ve used one even before the age of 10. For more information, go to the source.

Source: Huffington Post

chat3Social media can make or break you as a productive individual, as well as your business. If you really are a social media person, then use it on your own advantage. Being productive in social media is like any other tasks you do at work. You start by designing a feasible schedule and gather the things you need to make that schedule work for you. For example, you have to set a standard time on using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Google, Pinterest and YouTube. If you are using all these platforms altogether daily, make sure that you cover all the necessary stuffs you need to include in each one.

Source: Forbes

Facebook256Social media might have developed business and customers’ relationship nowadays but it is still a form of communication that entails good manners. According to Personal Branding blog on business2community.com, a social media user can display etiquette by using a REAL profile photo. Sending a personalized message, writing replies and posting constructive remarks in response instead of just ‘liking’ posts also signifies goof manners. Warwick Post, an online customer service provider gathers clients’ views on how business should improve their cyberspace visibility. This allows businesses to organize comments and feedbacks from different social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Vimeo.

Source: War Wick Post

YouTube Competitors on the Rise

chat3Last week, Yahoo continues to court YouTube networks and stars. With it, the company is believed to challenge the latter’s dominance when it comes to world of online videos and the businesses involve with it. What makes Yahoo go for it is because YouTube gets above 17% of internet traffic year after year? The only other network to generate more traffic than YouTube was another online video behemoth, Netflix. Yahoo is surely going to challenge YouTube’s standing as the top, free online video streaming site. For more on this, go to the source.

Source: Mashable

marketsoftwaresocialmediaToday, there’s a lot of talk that’s going on in tech circles’ chat messages, debating over the fact if social media is necessary for businesses to help them get going. Most of the talks include the need for every business to have social media tools from LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Google Plus and most especially, Facebook. The main question here is that does every business entity need it to communicate with their present and future clients?  With that in mind, one tool becomes an essential part of a search engines signals regarding a website’s industry standing and authority. It’s also more likely that the most active customers that you can get are on Facebook. To read the complete version of the story, go to the source.

Source: Brisbane Times

 

imagesToday’s post is about writing your social media will so that you can have your social media presence end the way you want it. First off, you should make a statement on how you would want your accounts to be handled like would you want someone else to post messages in your accounts. Nevertheless, you should appoint a trusted person or an executor for you in controlling your email addresses, blogs, social media profiles and so many others. Read the full story from the source.

Source: Lancaster Online