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Incorporating Reviews into Social Media Marketing Strategy

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Breanne Sagen 0 51 Article rating: No rating

Your company may have some great testimonials and feedback. These are perfect (and free!) advertisements for your business. The question is –how do you effectively incorporate those reviews into a social media strategy that will help you to grow your customer base? In every part of marketing, audience is imperative to your success. You have to define your target audience before you can put together any sort of social strategy –reviews and testimonials included.

Posting Job Openings on LinkedIn

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Considering it is a social network full of professionals across countless fields –LinkedIn seems like the perfect place to post any job openings your company may have. Whether your company is simply looking for extra talent or a main goal of your social media strategy is to attract specific employees, posting a job listing to LinkedIn is a great way to receive new applicants.

Social Media Marketing: Defining Success

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Breanne Sagen 1 575 Article rating: No rating
People want results –it’s natural. For those pouring money and resources into a social media marketing and content marketing campaign, they want to see the fruits of that labor. How do you measure success in an avenue that’s not exactly clearly paved? What may count as successful for one business on social media may not be considered successful to another. So, how do you define success?

Using Social Media to Hire Employees

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Breanne Sagen 0 646 Article rating: No rating
Recently, I heard a news story relaying how McDonald’s plans to fill 250,000 job openings in the US over the next few months. Good news, but what really caught my attention was the fact that the fast food chain is hoping to fill these jobs with Snapchat’s help. McDonald’s is using Snapchat to hire millenials.

5 Free Ways to Boost Your Social Media Marketing

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If your social media marketing budget is nonexistent, but you’re still trying to succeed online, you’ll have to get creative. There are a million options across all of the networks when it comes to paid advertising, paying for views and paying for followers. This doesn’t mean that you can’t still be successful. It just means that you need to consider the things that will help your business stand out and then focus your time and energy on them. These things will go a long way to putting you ahead of your competition and helping you to be visible to customers.
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