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5 Social Media Tips You Should be Using

5 Social Media Tips You Should be Using

Do you have the latest social media marketing tips – Here’s some you should certainly add to the list if you want to enjoy success.

#1 Have a plan for your social media channel

Many companies find it overwhelming to have to create content for their social media channel. Worse, some companies create one type of content and then send it out across their social media platforms. You need to be creating a plan for a social media channel. Your plan needs to include choosing a channel (i.e. Facebook), the goal (i.e. sales goal), who you are targeting, the structure, type of content (i.e. video), your tone (i.e. funny), the desired action (what behavior do you want from the user) and your channel integration.

#2 Consistently deliver content

One of the quickest ways to grow the number of followers you have is to be consistent. Put the proper system in place to make sure you are always providing relevant posts that are valuable and interesting to your audience. Don’t overwhelm your followers by providing the same types of posts repeatedly, instead of managing your categories and make sure you are not repeating posts.

#3 Strategically implement hashtags

One way to help to increase your social media success is to avoid random hashtags and instead use a strong hashtag that will tie your campaign pieces together. Use a hashtag that’s both easy to remember and easy to spell. Make sure it’s not already being used by someone else. Once you have your hashtag created you should follow the conversation and then join it.

#4 Host a private on-air event

The success of social media is often linked to having an open dialogue with the right people. Social Media is a great tool to help you build lists. You can do this in a number of ways. One that works great is to combine Zoom or Skype on-air with a private community to ensure you have an open dialogue with the right people. Get away from the general chatter and engage the right audience.

#5 Try Pinterest and see if it works for your brand

Pinterest is a popular social media channel, especially among women. You do not necessarily have to have something visual to show to be successful with Pinterest. Play with it, experiment, see if it can be helpful in branding your product.

There you now have 5 excellent tips that should be part of your repertoire for social media marketing success.

How To Target More Traffic To Your Website?

Clearly, no webmaster will ever want to have few visitors on a daily basis. As much as possible, they want to maximize the potentials of their websites, products, and services. They want a great number of visitors regularly. Why? Because that will essentially mean getting enough traffic for the site and boosting their ego that they are able to provide quality content and information to the public. So, how do you optimize your website? One way is to of course, to target traffic!

Why is it necessary to target traffic?

Seriously, traffic to any Internet website plays a great factor considering the amount of money that it can potentially generate. A webmaster like you must have one determined goal. That is, to be able to generate as much traffic as you can.

What are the best techniques in targeted traffic to the website?

Through time, the experts have come up with a variety of ways on how to drive more traffic to Internet-based businesses. Here are some of the tried and tested ones that you may likewise go for in order to ensure that your website gets a top rank as well.

Link Chain

This refers to the backlinks that you need to create. Backlinks can be formed from other webmasters whose businesses are focused on the same niche that you have. Link campaigning is very important as this will promote more traffic to your site.

Another useful way of generating a link chain is by means of writing informative and intelligent comments on forums and blogs of other individuals wherein you can leave your link for those interested to follow. This can be very effective because a lot of people out there are normally curious to find out what the link has in store for them.

Articles Submission

This is somehow being overlooked by some but is a very effective means to get more traffic. Unique, intelligent, and informative articles are necessary. Submit them to different article directories. You should play well with the essential keywords and key phrases that are related to your niche so that people can easily find them. Be sure to include a resource box that directs to your own website.

Join in the Free Directories

When you promote your website, that means it will be getting more traffic. But if you don’t have the budget for that you can always go for the free website directories. When the word has been spread about it, then, chances are always people will get to know about your business and eventually patronize it.

Blogging

Informative content is what your followers deserve. If you got the talent in writing and you are very abreast of different topics, you can come up with blogs. Be sure to update it every now and then. Don’t forget to always include your website link.

Social Networking Website

Another effective means of gaining traffic is by promoting for free through the use of social networking sites. Because you have a network therein, your marketing campaign can be easily pushed through.

Try all these methods and target traffic to your website. Why not do it now?

10 Steps to Writing a Great Copy

“Zindagi ke sath bhi zindagi ke bad bhi”

“Look Inside”

“Baat karne se baat banti hai”

“Think Different”

What does come in your mind? Remember, where did you hear these captions?

The first one is “LIC”, Second belongs to “Intel”, Third belongs to “Airtel” and the last one is “Apple”.

Some punchlines are eye-catching and grab attention for the very first time. Why? It is because of the fascinating words that are used and arranged in a creative way.

This book discusses the techniques of creative copy-writing without creating an issue of copyright.

I hope you find it useful.

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To your unlimited success,
Aatul Palandurkar

Putting together your resume and cover letter is a challenge facing a lot of us right now. Millions of people are currently job hunting while dealing with a recession and high unemployment rate due to a global pandemic, never mind the usual concerns:

How do you sell yourself, but not sound too braggy? Should you include or do something bold that will set you apart from the crowd of other applicants, or will that make you look like a weirdo who doesn’t understand corporate culture?

If it’s been a while since you polished your resume, you may be drawing a blank when it comes to how to describe yourself to potential employers. Here are 53 words that you may want to consider including in your resume reboot or next job interview.

Words matter

If it has been a few years (or decades) since you last were on the job market, clearly you know that things have changed, including the words best, er, employed to sell yourself. Gone are classics like “synergy,” “go-getter” and “think outside the box.”

Now it’s all about being “proactive,” “self-aware” and “observant,” at least according to Jennifer Fabiano’s recent article on Ladders (where she is the SEO editor).

Fabiano writes that in addition to using action words in our resume, it’s also important to represent ourselves in an authentic way—including avoiding previously popular buzzwords that you think are one’s employers and recruiters want to hear.

Read this article: CV Vs. Resume. Know the difference

50+ Words to Include to Make Your Resume Stand Out

(They do not.) Here are her suggestions for words to use in your resume, cover letter, and interview right now:

How to describe yourself on your resume?

Of course, you’re going to want to tailor each resume to the specific job description for a position, or at least the general industry. Here are the eight words Fabiano recommends using on every resume draft:

  • Enterprising
  • Take charge
  • Responsible
  • Caring
  • Considerate
  • Dedicated
  • Persistent
  • Passionate

Read this article: 7 Common Remote Job Interview Questions

How to describe yourself in a job interview?

Congratulations, you got an interview! These are Fabiano’s suggestions for 20 words you can use to describe yourself at that point in the process:

  • Passionate
  • Ambitious
  • Driven
  • Organized
  • People-person
  • Results-oriented
  • Disciplined
  • Eager
  • Persuasive
  • Reliable
  • Resourceful
  • Skillful
  • Thorough
  • Proactive
  • Inventive
  • Practiced
  • Self-aware
  • Observant
  • Flexible
  • Helpful

Read this article: Top 5 job interview mistakes: How to Avoid?

How to describe yourself as a team-player?

Though you probably don’t want to actually use the phrase “team-player” in an interview or on a resume, here are nine words Fabiano says you can use to describe yourself as one of them:

  • Comradely
  • Listener
  • Collaborative
  • Accountable
  • Gracious
  • Warm
  • Fellowship
  • Interested
  • Emotionally intelligent

Read this article: 140 Ways to Work from Home

How to describe yourself as a leader?

This is another case of planting the idea of yourself as a leader without coming right out and saying it. Per Fabiano, you may want to try one of these:

  • Enterprising
  • Initiative
  • Confident
  • Bold
  • Self-motivated
  • Accountable
  • Courageous
  • Engaged
  • Respectable
  • Ethical
  • Charismatic
  • Humble
  • Disciplined
  • Self-assured
  • Transparent
  • Reasonable

To your unlimited Success…

The Power of Social Media Stories for Marketers Video Course

Social Media Stories are those short-term photos and videos that you can share on your channel for 24 hours before disappearing. It was Snapchat that originally popularized the concept, but since then it has taken off and is now a common feature on the vast majority of social media sites.

That includes Facebook and Instagram, but also sites like YouTube and even Skype!

This surge in popularity is due to the simple and excellent concept that is behind Social Media Stories, to begin with. Firstly, they allow creators to generate content that perhaps isn’t so carefully created as it won’t end up on their account. Secondly, it allows for a more immediate and urgent form of communication, that encourages more interaction with viewers. This taps into that feeling many of us know called FOMO: Fear Of Missing Out!

It’s why people are generally very quick to respond to social media Stories.

But while Stories are often quick and off-the-cuff, they also have the potential to be polished and high quality. Depending on the nature of your brand, this can be an important way to reflect on your business and to stand out from the crowd.

Are you ready to learn all the skills you need to benefit from the power of social media stories for marketers?

If the answer is “YES,” click the link below to download this exclusive course, you can download all the videos instantly.

This course is an investment that will pay for itself many times over.

The Power of Social Media Stories for Marketers

Course Coverage:

  1. Introduction
  2. What is Social Media Story?
  3. Using Stories for Marketing – The Basics
  4. More Benefits of Stories and How to Use Them to Maximum Effect
  5. Instagram Stories for Business
  6. Facebook Stories for Businesses
  7. Snapchat Stories for Businesses
  8. How to Create Better Stories
  9. Advanced Technique and Selling
  10. The Rest of Your Strategy
  11. How to Put All This Into Action

Total of 50 minutes of Video Content to help you master the stories for marketing and business growth.

Download all the videos from here:

https://www.instamojo.com/aatulpalandurkar/the-power-of-social-media-stories-for-market-78c25/

To your unlimited success,
Aatul Palandurkar


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