B2B companies who adopt social media marketing are able to reach current and prospective customers better, and track the potency of their marketing dollars. Business-to-business (B2B) companies are significantly aware of the benefits that may be gained from engaging in social media. And believe it or not, there are several B2B companies still on the fence about implementing social press.
They’ll make it happen – in fact, maybe this is what they need to get began. In nearly every marketing study, the number of companies who plan to adopt or increase their social media existence is increasing. A lot of B2B companies I talk with have indicated that one of the biggest barriers to launching a social media campaign is not knowing how to get started. Some of that is because of a lack of institutional and personal knowledge of cultural media best practices.
Despite being only 21 pages, the e-book covers a great deal of ground and it is more a primer on Internet marketing than just interpersonal press. The guide consists of 7 chapters and can be a great start for B2B companies new to social media, and a good refresher for the more experienced.
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Step 1 – Plan Your Campaign – Surprisingly, this is the part that many social media campaigns don’t appear to have. In one page just, the guide demonstrates how to address your targets, audience, message points, social media channels, timing, measurement and crisis planning. Step 2 2 – Create Great Content – Content is the most crucial part of any social media campaign.
Social mass media expert Jay Baer has framed social media and content this way: “Content is the fire. Step 4 – Create Optimal Lure Language – Each cultural media channel like Twitter or LinkedIn requires different types (and lengths of text messages) to ask visitation to the content on your site. Step 5 – Distribute Links via Social Media Channels – Covers onsite and offsite marketing.
Onsite identifies what you do to optimize your social mass media existence on your website, whereas offsite marketing is anything that supports your different social media channels. Step 6 – Track & Monitor Your Campaign – That which can be assessed can be improved! The guide includes a concise matrix of analytics and measurement that should be considered, along with the tools that will help accomplish that.
Step 7 – Iterate and Refine – Social media should not be a “fire and ignore missile.” Given the wealthy measurement data produced by social media marketing, you should constantly measure and do more of what’s working. And less of what’s no longer working. What do you consider? Please talk about your responses below.