Tag: social media goals


Outsourcing Social Media? Here’s How to Make It Work

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Mar 2017

Outsourcing Social Media? Here’s How to Make It Work

In my last blog, I shared why we can’t help a business that won’t help themselves. I was speaking specifically about the clients who don’t take our advice – or those who selectively work with us. I find the best clients – the ones who actualize results by outsourcing social media – are those who consider us their partner.  And, they all have one thing...

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Social Selling: Know Your Brand

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Jan 2014

Social Selling: Know Your Brand

My friend and web partner, John Webster, loves to challenge me. In fact, we engage in frequent debates on issues related to marketing and business.   John’s a fan of metrics – and he’s very good at using them to show clients how they are achieving the ROI they seek. I thought he would be pleased when I recently told him about the high click-through rate...

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How to Develop an Editorial Calendar

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Feb 2013

How to Develop an Editorial Calendar

I often advise clients to create an editorial calendar to help in writing content. In order to start developing the calendar, a business must first decide on two or three short-term goals such as increasing traffic to the website or building brand awareness. Brainstorm Themes Once the goals are established, it’s time to focus on specific themes that will engage the audience. These themes will be...

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Setting Social Media Goals That Get Results

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Nov 2012

Setting Social Media Goals That Get Results

By Rachel I’ve found that some businesses fail to realize their full social media potential because their goals are simplistic, misguided, or unrealistic. My favorite example is the goal you’re probably thinking about right now: getting more sales! Make no mistake – increasing sales is fundamental to business success. Sales growth is also one of the many benefits to having a successful social media strategy....

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