Tsu Social Network Review: http://www.meetcalebwright.com/social-media/tsu-social-network-review/ Click here to join me on TSU for FREE: http://www.tsu.co/CalebWright This is an overview of the new social media network: TSU. I walk you through the features and areas of the website that will matter most to you as a new user. TSU has many functional similarities to Facebook, but where the similarities end is how they each handle their advertising revenue. While Facebook keeps all of their ad revenue for the company and it’s shareholders, TSU is bringing a revolutionary new business model to social networking where they pay out 90% of all advertising revenue to the members of it’s network who post content and grow the TSU network. Here is information straight from TSU, explaining their social networks business model: Ts is a social network with an embedded payment platform. ts aggregates advertising, sponsorship and partnership dollars, all from third parties (like other social platforms do) for the benefit of its social users. Since users create almost all of the content and interactions (just as they do on other platforms), ts shares 100% of the economics as royalties for their content creation and network adoption. The algorithm ts abides by is simple, which creates economics for users based on their content and size of network. Here is how the TSU algorithm for Ad Revenue Distribution works: Tss algorithm automatically tracks, measures, and distributes revenue to the appropriate user and their family tree. At a high level, 90% of revenues are distributed to users. To maintain the platform, ts receives 10%. To see how this breaks down, lets take a look at 4 users, all with varying start dates on ts. User A invites user B, who invites user C, who invites user D Part 1 – $100 of earned revenue is generated based on the content user D shared (photos, videos, status updates, etc.) Part 2 – 90% of earned revenue go to the users. In this case, $90 of the $100 is shared with all the users. – ts takes 10% of the $100 for platform fees. In this case $10. Part 3 – User D, the original content creator takes 50% of the $90. In this case, $45. – User C gets 33.3% (1/3) of the original $90 generated. In this case, $29.70 – User B gets 11.1% (1/3 of 1/3 = 1/9) of the original $90 generated. In this case $9.99 – User A gets 3.70% (1/3 of 1/3 of 1/3 = 1/27) of the original $90 generated. In this case $3.33 – This is what we call the rule of infinite thirds So how this works, you are rewarded for not only posting quality content that gets likes, clicks and shares.. but also for expanding the TSU network. You are paid in proportion to the size of the network that you generate on TSU, as well as the number of friends and followers that you generate. As Gary Vaynerchuk has explained in his latest book: Jab, Jab Jab, Right Hook (see my book review here: http://www.meetcalebwright.com/network-marketing/jab-jab-jab-right-hook/) there is mindblowingly signficant opportunity in up and coming social media networks and the people who get on them and figure them out first are always the ones who make the most money. This is your opportunity to jump on a brand new social network and ride the wave of growth into prosperity. With TSU, you have the ability to easily share your posts to Facebook and Twitter simultaneously. When your posts go out to Facebook and Twitter, they include a link back to TSU. When any Facebook or Twitter user clicks your link to TSU, they will be prompted to sign up for the social network and create a profile and in doing so will be added to your ‘Family Tree’ which is your network of influence that counts towards your monetization on the site. If you are finding this video, and you are not already in my network, I suggest you join TSU through my link. I have already have a team on Facebook (TSU Viral Expansion Team) that is implementing a viral promotion strategy that effectively and easily pulls Facebook users over to TSU, and we’re fully geared to ride this wave of expansion as TSU grows into the next powerful social media network that everyone is going to want to be a part of. Our group includes training on our strategy and we’re also there to help you figure it out. Join our family on TSU, and I will be in contact with you to add you to our Facebook promotion team: http://www.tsu.co/CalebWright http://wukar.com/video/1108611/tsu-social-network-new-social-media-sites-2015-tsu-best-social-media-site-of-2015/ http://www.myinspiredmedia.com/video/social-media-marketi/3422/tsu-social-network-new-social-media-sites-2014-tsu-best-social-media-site-of-2014 http://youtu.be/xFZ8tfUpoZQ
Sussan Mourad – Why is Social Media Important for Business
Here we have discussed about the strategy of social media marketing and its ways which will provide the help to improve the search ranking and reduce the marketing expanse.
5 Ways to Improve Engagement on Social Media
You can get more engagement on social media by making a few small changes to how you market in social networks. Connect with Katie Skow http://katieskow.com https://www.facebook.com/katieskow Before I get into that. What is Social media engagement? It is a dialog between you and others in any social network. If you are just posting lots of content without conversation, I have 5 ways to improve that. 0:26 1 – Ask Questions in social media 0:56 Share Inspirational Quotes 1:41 Create Value-driven Blog Content 2:41 Create Amazing Images 3:11 Use Facebook Groups More tips about social media engagement: http://wealthmissionpossible.com/engagement-social-media/ On Wealth Mission Possible I discuss how to leverage the Internet as a profit producing platform and use it to build an audience that is attracted to you and your business. If you’re a network marketer who wants to market your business online we’d love to have you subscribe and join us! SUBSCRIBE! http://goo.gl/ZIeK0I LET’S CONNECT! Wealth Mission Possible — http://www.facebook.com/wealthmission — http://www.google.com/+lisaj — http://twitter.com/wealthmission — http://pinterest.com/wealthmission Video Playlists: Blogging 101 – https://goo.gl/vg2D78 Quick Tips: https://goo.gl/mdpR2d Network Marketing training – https://goo.gl/9jKvmm Internet marketing training – https://goo.gl/4tCRbW Live broadcasts and collaborations – https://goo.gl/Lu4wkk
Why You Need To Ditch Your Network Marketing Company, Right Now!
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ABP News holds debate on social networking sites, govt warns Twitter
Chris is: “writing a column about how businesses can benefit from social networking websites”. Sound familiar? This is my Facebook update. If you’re not sure what I mean, keep reading. Wait, even if you know what I mean, keep reading!
Have you ever noticed how almost everyone you know is involved in some type of social networking website? Whether it’s Facebook, Myspace, Linked In, Twitter or the countless other sites, social networking websites have become an accepted form of communication and method of keeping tabs on what the people you know are up to. The benefits also cross the line into the world of business and this is where it gets interesting.
If you are skeptical, I invite you to look into the membership numbers. My Space claims to have over 200 million members. Facebook reportedly has 80 million and is growing rapidly. The list of other websites goes on, but the numbers are staggering.
Although sites like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter are perceived to be mainly for friendly networking, you can also create pages for your business. And for those who aren’t yet on the bandwagon, hop on Facebook or one of the other sites and search around for a particular company. If they are savvy and educated on how social networking is transforming the way business is done, you will find them. Whether it’s a group, a fan club or a page about the company, there is a good chance you’ll track them down on one of the social networking sites.
Similar to Google ads, many of the most popular social networking sites have advertising and marketing opportunities available. For many businesses, this has proven to be a very effective approach, as advertisers can be ultra specific with the demographics they want to target. You can run a campaign that gets as specific as you want. I know a company that recently launched a Facebook marketing campaign targeting 35-40 year old married females living in a specific zip code. Think about all of the public information people post and then think about how it can be compiled and used as the world’s largest marketing database, as I recently heard it called. Scary isn’t? Scary, but genius.
It’s fairly obvious that these large networking sites can benefit advertising and marketing campaigns, but how can sales people use them to their selling advantage? This particular topic has grown in popularity and I have noticed more and more people using social networking sites to help drive sales. But what’s the real story? Is this acceptable to many of the people who frequent these sites? How effective are these efforts?
As a fairly late adopter of the social networking craze, I don’t consider myself to be an expert on every site, but I would like to share my experiences and observations and let you decide what may work best for your selling efforts.
I was surfing around on Facebook the other day and the instant message pop up suddenly appeared. It was my financial advisor reminding me to complete a list of actions that I needed to get off my backside and complete. After I responded, I quickly realized that he was using Facebook to follow up with his clients and move business forward. Good for him! In this case, I didn’t feel like it was awkward that we were in a way, doing business on Facebook.
I have another “Facebook Friend” who constantly posts updates about the company he sells for. He is very into it and develops very compelling messages. Almost daily, you can count on some blurb about a new product, an event or some other news. One could argue that he isn’t really selling, but by typing a few words and clicking enter, he is getting his companies name in front of hundreds of people in his network. Prior to his posts, I had never heard of the company. Now, I am a customer. Interesting.
I know several people who rely heavily on Linked In as a prospecting tool and database. With a few clicks, they can look up companies and contacts within the company that they are somehow connected to. Even if the contact is two or three friends away, there is a connection of some type and that can often be used to warm up calls or even broker an introduction with that hard to reach executive you’ve been trying to pin down.
These are just a few examples of sales people benefiting from incorporating social networking into their sales efforts and I’m sure new ideas and techniques and best practices will continue to be developed. The opportunity for sales professionals continues to grow and it’s time every business accepts it and looks for ways they can best fit into these types of websites.
So go Twitter (or should I say Tweet) about something related to your business. Create a group on Facebook for your company. Check Linked In to track down prospects. Create a My Space page and educate prospects about your product or service. Your biggest challenge will be remembering all of your different user names and passwords and keeping up on updates for each site, but there is almost a guarantee you will see a healthy return on the time and effort you put into it.
Social Media in China
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How 5G can boost new ‘social video’ sports networks
Whistle Sports is a sports entertainment network that distributes content via social media, and describes itself as a provider of premium content which features professional athletes and leagues collaborating with the worlds top digital creators. It’s a long way from the traditional TV broadcasters. The use of influencers is an important part of Whistle Sports approach to creating and sharing content and their roles are evolving. So too is technology, for both content acquisition and delivery. What impact des the company expect 5G to have on the way that sport content is delivered and consumed? Featuring Jeff Nathenson, Managing Director, Whistle Sports Filmed at: Mobile World Congress 2018, Barcelona, Spain
Ecommerce Social Media Marketing Software
Social media is a buzz word in today’s marketing industry. Acting as a direct channel of communication with the end user, social media marketinghas emerged as an influential tool for marketers to promote their products and services by tapping potential opportunities available online. Social media channels allow marketers to create attractive as well as interactive profiles, thereby enabling brand promotion, awareness, implementing marketing campaigns, and direct communication with the customer. The ultimate facilities offered by social media enable marketers to identify their business goals and objectives and define an appropriate process to attain them by approaching the target audience segment.
In the scenario of fierce competition, it has become indispensable for marketers to capture the web domain to the best of their abilities and strengthen their online networks. In view of this, a social media programme offers desired platform to carry on the business that purports establishing presence in the market and earning goodwill. Be it about introducing new campaigns or exciting activities, familiarizing customers with new products and services or eliciting their feedback, opinion or suggestions, the technique of social media marketing is multi-faceted and therefore, enables businesses to explore various opportunities and find avenues for further expansion.
To enable marketers to enjoy a solid web presence and accomplish desired goals, digital marketing companies have entered into the marketing industry. They comprise of integrated teams of experts who are abreast of the latest developments in the internet marketing zone and can guide suitably about following the correct roadmap. They are efficient in making the most of social media marketing. Nevertheless, initially they peruse your requirement, factor in the relevant points of concern and then move ahead to formulate a strategy to attract attention to your products and drive more traffic to your website. On the whole, it’s an all-inclusive package that ensures a good promotion of your brand through online resources.
All the activities are planned and executed keeping in mind your satisfaction. The social media experts may prefer conducting a research to study the pertinent aspects of your business and how can it serve customers to the best through its various offerings. At the same time, they would study about other businesses offering same products and services and how your business can be promoted in a better way. The best part of social media marketing is that you can directly approach the end user that is your target customer and elicit his feedback, which helps decide the next step.
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