What Is Social Media Management? by Jason Granger of Infinity Marketing Group
Jason Granger, CEO of Infinity Marketing Group in Denver talks about what social media management is and why it’s so important for your business.
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George Soros wants EU to regulate social media companies
The nefarious NAZI collaborator George Soros says it is up to the EU to cut the social media companies down to size, the same companies that support his wicked ways. It seems they are not censoring us enough.
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How to Build Your Social Media Following – Cardone Zone
Internet marketing is not a new concept; in fact, it’s been around for quite some time. For as long as internet marketing has been around, there are always people looking for new ways to turn a successful marketing strategy into cold, hard cash. The premise is simple: Develop a product, find a way to market the product, persuade people into buying the product, and in the process, persuade a few people into selling the product as well. After that, you get a cut of each sale they make. It’s a tried and true method for building an MLM network that works nearly every time.
It’s one thing to build an MLM network, but it takes something different in order to grow and maintain the network. As a marketer, you want to find dependable people to place in your downline, because these are the people that will make the most money for you down the road. Dependable, motivated people who are eager and enthusiastic about the product will also be the most willing to help move the product by selling it to other customers and recruiting people into their downline. All this means is more residual income for you and the chance for your subordinates to build their own network.
A well-built, efficient MLM network has someone at the top level, but unless it’s actually you, you may never find out who. A network that works for you is a network has a mixture of veterans, and below them are those either you or someone in your network has decided to add them to their network. This is the strength of an MLM network. As long as you continue to maintain your network, there is no reason why your contacts can’t continue to make you money, period. However, the smart marketer will continue to recruit people from around the world, solidifying his network.
If your MLM network isn’t growing, or isn’t growing as fast as you’d like, you’re not alone. Building the grand-scale networks with the type of recruits and associates involved after only a few week’s time is unreasonable; however, there are several practical ways you can build your network and the become a bit more reasonable and realistic. It’s important to be realistic with your goals in MLM, because there will be times when your income grows slower; however, with aggressive marketing and recruiting, you’ll assure yourself of having a fresh supply of associates working for you at all times.
Foursquare CEO on Transition From Consumer Social Network to B2B Enterprise Data Company
This is from The Top Entrepreneurs Podcast by Nathan Latka: Subscribe to never forget an episode on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nathanlatka Listen daily on iTunes: http://nathanlatka.com/thetopitunes Listen daily on Google Play: http://nathanlatka.com/googleplay Quickly pick part of video to watch: 01:46 Nathan introduces Jeff to the show 02:53 Jeff has been with Foursquare for 3 years 02:55 Jeff joined the company while it was evolving into a hot social network in 2012 03:10 Foursquare developed the technology of Pilgrim that turned it into a powerful enterprise business 03:19 Foursquares early valuation was based on the fact that it would be the next big social media network 03:51 The valuation was only made up because it wasnt based on revenue 03:57 When Jeff entered, they raised a round and theyre now growing over 60% in the past 3 years 04:13 Foursquare is now more rationally valued 04:55 Foursquare has a powerful community of people mapping the world 06:05 Pilgrim is based on Foursquares nearly 12B check-ins 06:13 Foursquare is having more check-ins today than it did 2 years ago 06:30 The check-ins are called explicit ground trips 06:55 Everytime someone check-in, theyre mapping the business for Foursquare 07:15 The explicit ground trip makes the program powerful 08:06 Foursquare launched the Pilgrim SDK which is a white label way for their developers to add in background content and give users a better experience 08:24 Using the Pilgrim technology, Capital One can ask its user if they want to opt-in for being informed about how to receive rewards points 08:36 People overwhelmingly opting-in 09:08 The notification from Capital One encourages people to actually use their mobile wallet 09:18 TouchTunes uses the Pilgrim technology 09:25 TouchTunes runs 65K jukeboxes through mobile app 10:37 Pilgrim technology has learned when to send notifications 10:47 Pilgrim technology also informs their developers of the best time to send notifications 12:08 When Jeff joined, he saw how everyone, including Fortune 500 companies, was using them for free 12:15 Jeff told their CEO that theyre actually losing money and that they needed to start charging customers 12:42 Foursquare didnt lose even a single developer after putting up a paywall 12:49 The model was licensed-based depending on the usage 14:15 Three of the largest headphones in the world are Foursquares customers 14:40 Jeff understands how the market changes 14:55 92% of the consumer spending is far from the 8% they spend on e-commerce like Amazon 15:10 Foursquare has predicted how Chipotles sales will go down by 30% 15:20 Were not investors, were technologists 16:16 Jeff believes that Foursquares mission is to be a location intelligence company 16:34 Jeff is proud of Foursquares technology; they can build tools that help companies 17:07 Foursquare started out as a consumer company but now, more and more apps are using them for their applications 17:51 Jeff believes that in the future, they can also make real estate better 18:45 90% of Foursquares revenue is from B2B 19:34 Foursquares paying customers are some of the biggest brands in the world who want a company that is as good as Google Maps 19:58 People dont want to be dependent on Google in the future 20:18 A lot of smart companies want to build differentiated mobile experiences in the future and were helping them do that, that is our business 21:48 The Famous Five In Episode #779, Nathan interviews Jeff Glueck. He became the CEO of Foursquare in January of 2016 after 18 months as the COO of the company. Prior to that, he was the CEO of Skyfire Labs, co-founder of Site59.com and CMO of Travelocity. Previously, he was a strategy consultant at Monitor Company and served as a White House Fellow in the Clinton Administration. He holds a masters degree from Oxford as a Marshall Scholar and a bachelors degree from Harvard College. Favorite Book? Good to Great What CEO do you follow? Adam Neumann Favorite online tool? Stitcher How many hours of sleep do you get? 7 If you could let your 20-year old self, know one thing, what would it be? Its going to be okay when you take a risk 3 Key Points: 1. Even if your company can go IPO, it doesnt mean that it should. 2. Offering your services or products for free may work for the short-term, but if your service adds value to your customers, they WILL pay. 3. Focus on what your company is good at.