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How to Promote a Product Using Social Networking Sites 00:01:01 Steps 00:01:06 1 – Target the social networking sites where you want to promote your product 00:01:35 2 – Establish your goal 00:01:58 3 – Set up a Facebook page 00:02:40 4 – Create a Twitter account 00:03:17 5 – Use LinkedIn if your product is relevant to businesses and professionals 00:03:52 6 – Blog about your product 00:04:21 7 – Put together a YouTube video 00:05:00 8 – Join other social networking communities that are relevant to your product 00:05:59 Tips Content taken from WikiHow http://www.wikihow.com/Promote-a-Product-Using-Social-Networking-Sites
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Social networking (Facebook, Squidoo etc) is one of the newest ways in which to advertise. Recruiting through social networking sites can perhaps bring you great results in a short space of time, though it can be questionable seeing the amount of companies that are beginning to ban such sites from being accessed via company servers.
That aside, social networking and recruitment can work well together. Why? It could perhaps be the way the sites visitors are young and open to online marketing, and are regular visitors to such sites.
The new Human Resources trend is to advertise jobs on sites like Facebook, simply to enable them to target a good range of potential applicants and this could even take over the job boards for popularity alone.
Benefits of Recruiting through Social Networking
The superior technology alone is good enough reason to hire new employees through social networking sites. An alternative to traditional methods, like recruiting via printed media and even through recruitment websites, the networking sites can allow a business to target their recruitment campaign to various areas.
Cons of Social Network Recruitment
The drawbacks are apparent when you use social networking in the wrong way. Not having a good strategy in the first place can really undermine the work you have put in, with disappointing results. You also need to use the information intelligently since these are not recruitment or business boards, but social.
Top performers, as always, may be difficult to track down so even the most dedicated recruiter might find that efforts may not bring the results they had hoped for. Given the amount of publicity given to social networking sites as sources for recruitment more and more job seekers are creating profiles and hoping to be spotted. Thus the ability to stumble across top talent is balanced by the need to sift through a lot of details on a lot of individuals.
Hopefully when you take up the chance to recruit in this kind of way you will not be swept off your feet by the hype – stay grounded. It is important to know and realise that your campaign still requires lots of input. You should actively be searching profiles for potential candidates as you would in the usual way. However, those candidate searches are made easier by these websites and you are able to contact them directly which cuts out any hassle you might have going via recruitment companies.
Job boards and larger recruitment agency websites may already be doing the work for you. As many companies are getting more involved with today’s trends, you may find that they save you the time researching this new media – for a fee. Make sure this is a question you ask if you are serious about recruiting on Social media.
In the end, you make the decision on what is best for your company. Despite being seen as innovative and modern, recruitment through social networking is just as involved as other advertising media and needs the planning and input that comes with finding that top talent.
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Its like an uncontrolled rash. Its omnipresent, all pervasive and seem to soak in a sea of people both voluntarily and involuntarily. There is almost a feeling of guilt if you are not on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin or any such ilk- have I uploaded enough? Am I getting enough likes? Is the wall well populated? Have I mastered the sweet part of the Tweet? An unabashed freedom movement, reborn, rejuvenated, reignited, redressed in a different era and eco system of course.
Amidst the ever increasing din and punch of wanting to connect, express and impress over SM networks, have we lost the true art of being social? The more prolific a person is on the Social Media networks, the less proficient (or so it seems) they seem to be in the real social world. Good old person to person meets or calls seem to be a thing of the past why do enthusiastic, articulate, energetic flag bearers in the SM world retract, renege, resist when it comes to real world interfaces does the cyber world provide a more secure, comforting, facilitating, non intimidating enviornment that allows lesser mortals like me and you be wanted, witnessed, welcomed the jury is still out on that.
There already seems to be an element of fatigue setting in and the efficacy of the SM sites are being questioned.Lets face it- looking at it objectively, for every soothsayer there are several naysayers- that has been the rule of thumb- While there is no denying the profound impact that social media has had on the universe as a whole, has it helped us human beings evolve to be better social animals in real life, still begs the question.
When you see two people sitting in the same room within a few metres of each other engaged in a vitriloic animated thumb talking exercise on their respective BBMs, you really begin to wonder whether the simple pleasures of direct human engagement has seen better days.Or,the increasing general reluctance of people to pick up the phone and talk one one one leaves you bewlidered. ‘Let me text you’- we really are in some texting I mean testing times. Condolence messages on Facebook walls is really the obituary. As they say real life is stranger than reel life, social media life is alien from real life.
Is there a pressure to conform or perform in the Social Media space? Is there a danger of getting left behind? Is it insecurity of not being accepted? Are we so blogged down errr bogged down in our every day quest to be linked in(pardon the pun), we seem to be asking ourself a question- what came first- Social Life or Social Media Life?
Marketing and branding experts are already giving neuroscience a serious revisit virtual errands can make or break brands.For the stray brand success stories, there are many that have not left a mark- is it technique, tenacity, timing or treatment that works? Are we questioning the cognitive? Has the right & left sides of the brain swapped places? Here’s one more for the experts to decipher! Am sure the findings would be interesting. Till then, will have our backs to the wall! Oopss!