Regardless of the size of your business, organizing company event will most certainly help it to grow. This marketing strategy should be on the top of your list of development tactics. Hosting an event will help you to strengthen the relationships with your end costumers and will also improve your professional connections. There are plenty of ways to use your events to promote the business on social media, and the text below will point out some of the most important ones.
No matter what stage your startup is in, you have to think about promoting your business. And with the rise of social media, there’s hardly a place where you can attract more customers than platforms such as Facebook or Twitter. Just take a look at it this way – there are around 500 million tweets every 24 hours, and you simply have to join the Twitterverse if you want your startup to be successful. But how to grow your audience on platforms like this? Here are 4 tips that are guaranteed to do the trick.
Unless you are a manager of a major company with hundreds of employees and all kinds of fancy departments, the chances are that you do not have a social media marketing team or even a single person that handles this for you. Perhaps you tried with an agency or two and got lackluster results from them?
In such situations when you are running a business with limited manpower and assets, the best way to approach your company’s social media presence is to get everyone involved and onboard for a joint social media effort.
But how do you do it? Where do you start? How do you get people involved?
Starting a new business is an exciting thing, but it can also be daunting. With so much to consider it can be easy to overlook something and find yourself ill prepared for running your own business and yearning for the comfort of your steady 9-5 job. If you are prepared to put the work in however and get to know your market and your own business inside out then you can achieve greatness. Here’s your essential checklist to give your start-up the best possible start.
There is a good reason why a lot of bloggers decide to go with WordPress, and not just because it is free to use. You have many options at your disposal, without having to learn a lot about coding or other means of creating valuable content. Keep in mind that this nifty tool will be useful for anyone who wants to present their website or even business in a good light. However, your only worry will be to choose plugins which will help form your content and shape your online presence. Upgrade your business with a WordPress website and you will see business pick up even more.
A growth hack for writers and other creatives
In the last couple of posts, we looked at some of the ways you can use a YouTube channel to reach out to potential customers. Well, that’s OK if you’ve got a tangible product to show off… and are naturally happy in front of the camera! But what if you’re a shy creative who doesn’t like to be filmed?
In this post, we’re going to introduce a high-value growth hack that requires nothing more sophisticated than an e-mail account, some imagination, and maybe a touch of empathy. In other words, it’s a natural choice for writers and artists.
Museum of Science and Industry from Chicago offered $10 000 to a person who is willing to spend a month living in a glass hotel-like room in their museum. They were required to update their different social media profiles about their experience there. The campaign ensured that the website of the museum had astonishing number of visits and their visibility went rocket high. This is the perfect example how a good campaign can influence your website visibility. Your aim is to improve this visibility as much as you can.
Social media marketing is not a science. It is an art. And like with all art, it is all about being creative and coming up with something that will catch people’s eye and make them think and talk about your social marketing efforts, your content and, subsequently, your brand and your business.
Of course, no art can exist in vacuum and it is often said that every art contains something from all art that has preceded this. T.S. Eliot, one of the greatest literary artists of all time wrote about this in his literary criticism when he said that, ” No poet, no artist of any art, has his complete meaning alone…”, and, “what happens when a new work of art is created is something that happens simultaneously to all the works of art which preceded it.”
Because of this, it is always a good idea to see what others have been doing as this will get your juices flowing and ensure you become a contributor to that world of social media marketing art. In order to help you, we have a few tips and ideas that might give you some inspiration and set you on the way of creating art.
If you’re in the business of selling physical goods and products, then you already know how important it is to make your customers’ experiences amazing. And you probably know all the standard approaches: responsive service, personalized followups and invites, online community building… plus, of course, making sure you give them a really great product! But the chances are you’re missing out on an easy-to-implement trick.
It’s a unique, powerful growth hack which will help you to start building amazing customer experiences at the prospect stage… before the people you reach out to have even become customers. Intrigued? Your prospects will be, too!
So, what is this growth hack? It’s a simple one- or two-minute YouTube video that shows the process of unboxing your product and setting it up for the first time.