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How To Build Your Own Social Network
Before I got started in Internet Marketing, I worked many years for a non-profit organization in the development / fund raising world. I remember the passion that I felt about the organization, I remember the distinct passion that many other’s felt for the organization as well. When it comes to development / fund raising work, people GIVE for a few reasons.
1.) They are so passionate about the mission of the non-profit that they feel compelled to be a part of it financially. 2.) They want to BELONG or be a valued member of the organization.
3.) They love to see their name and gather recognition. Anyway you look at all three of these factors, there is one common bond. BELONGING. People love to belong, people need to belong, people are passionate about belonging.
I was reflecting this AM on the way to work about how amazing it WOULD have been when I was in development if I had Twitter or LinkedIn, or Facebook. Think about how quickly I could have built a TRIBE around the non-profit, I could have reached out to all of those folks on Twitter who had been touched in some way by the organization. I could have located EVERY alumni of the summer camp rapidly and then discovered more about them. I could have taken a poll to see what these folks value the most instantly, the bottom line, it would have revolutionized the way that fundraising and development work got done. Here are some suggestions for your non-profit:
* Use search.twitter.com to find people who are interested in your organization’s cause and start following them.
* Use LinkedIn and it’s advanced search feature to start finding individuals who have been touched by your organization or know of someone who has.
* Use Facebook to start gathering fans of your organization and spread the word rapidly about upcoming events, fundraisers, etc.
* Inspire people on YouTube with a video on your cause.
* Start blogging about the many lives that your organization has touched.
* Use online press releases to inspire and start reaching out to a whole new audience / segment of the population.
* Learn about your followers / tribe members and utilize that research in development.
* Use Twitter to share quick stories (under 140 characters of course) about the lives you continue to touch.
Bottom line: non-profits tend to be the last to embrace technology and new ways of doing things. Transform your Church, your College or Institution, your health care organization, whatever your cause may be by reaching out and building a tribe. Help your prospects belong by a few keystrokes.
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Social Media Marketing Tips – Why businesses need a social media strategy – esocialbranders.com https://esocialbranders.com Call: 1800-277-7398 Ext. 1002 The social web still is growing fast The latest research on social media usage shows that there are two key factors driving the social web according to a Global Web Index study: 1. Mobile people accessing the internet via mobile increased by 60.3% to 818.4m between 2012 and 2014 2. Older user adoption on Twitter the 55-64 year age bracket is the fastest growing demographic with 79% growth rate since 2012; the fastest growing demographic on Facebook and Google+ is the 45-54 year age bracket. Improved mobile connectivity globally has increased on the go social activity, from catching up on friends updates to sharing content and watching a video. Social media usage research in the US from Ruder Finn measures the reasons why people go online and socializing is one of the key drivers: As people spend more time on social media, consuming more content than ever before, you might think that space is saturated so getting involved isnt justifiable. Wrong! Creating a targeted social media strategy will help you focus on using relevant platforms to connect with existing and new customers and avoid simply adding to the noise. Connect with us Twitter https://twitter.com/EsocialBranders Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/eSocialBranders/ Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/esocial-branders-67ab14152/ Why businesses need a social media strategy. 3. Purchasing decisions are influenced by social media If the first era of social was audience building and engagement, the current era is focused on commerce and personalization. All major platforms have heavily invested in their advertising solutions to lure marketers with the promise of improved APIs and smart targeting, including the ability to upload email lists to run personalized remarketing campaigns. For example, through the Facebook API marketers can: Manage audience data for custom audience targeting Create campaigns and ads Build custom dashboards and run analytics Manage campaign assets: pages, accounts etc. Research from Crowdtap revealed that 64% of 3,000 people surveyed use social to find inspiration for shopping (up 51% vs. prior year). This is driven by retailers targeting consumers with personalized offers and deals on social networks. Nearly half (46%) of social media users are already using social platforms while thinking about making a purchase. 40% of users are actively deciding what to buy based on what they have seen on social media platforms, including reviews and recommendations, and this is only set to grow. Peer recommendation has the most influence on holiday gift purchases, more than blogger or celebrity endorsement. Given the importance of peak trading to the overall sales target, you need to plan how to encourage people to share and talk about your products. There are subtle differences between the role each social network plays in the purchase cycle. For example, Pinterest is a great place for people to find inspiration and works well as a visual product storyboard. Facebook is well suited for people looking to share content and find promotions. Without a clear strategy, how do you know what role these networks can and should play in your customers buying cycles? How do you know youre not losing out on potential sales, or trying to sell to people who arent looking to be sold to? 4. Lack of strategy hands the advantage to competitors Its uncommon to find an organization without a social presence and increasingly companies are developing clear social strategies aligned with business goals. If you invest in a social presence without a clear strategy, you wont know whether or not your campaigns are successful. For example, if you simply post content to appear active, how do you know that content is contributing to the business positively? What if its actually putting people off your brand? I once sat in a meeting where a marketing exec reported on social performance and was delighted that a tweet got more than 100 RTs over the weekend. The team decided this was a success. However, on closer inspection, the tweet included a poorly chosen hashtag and the hashtags and this generated the RT activity. Why did this happen? There was no plan or guidelines in place for the marketing team to know what to post, when, how, to whom and why. For example, no research done on hashtags to define which conversations the company should and could be a meaningful part of. Connect with us. Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqWCUU2VPmIijsPvmDRzxjQ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpoqY8lz-Jj5n5LnyiKr-KA Google Plus Page https://plus.google.com/113960209278788529294 Google about me https://aboutme.google.com/b/113960209278788529294/ Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/esocialbranders/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/esocialbranders/