Your Social Media conversations for your business and blog can create a kind of community confidence in you that is impossible with traditional positioning and marketing.
Social Media conversations on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ ~ Oh My! It is your public relations system online!
Being a Social Butterfly for your blog and business across the web can give you an idea of what people, including your target audience, are thinking about your brand.
The Social Media conversations are going to take place whether or not you join in. AND, at any time, you can join in the conversations to provide valuable information.
Managing your Social Media conversations with your blog promotion in mind, is significant in building your audience and bringing traffic back to your blog. Because you are blogging for traffic!
What else can Social Media conversations do for you?
– Give you a direct line to your customers and prospect base.
– Build an email list from your Social Media traffic.
– Sell your information products and services online.
– Gain JV (Joint Venture) Partnerships, bringing in more positive attention.
– Strengthen your image and brand with your audience.
==> Something to remember that you hear over and over…
Your content drives traffic. Traffic builds your list and drives your income.
Your Social Media conversations are part of your content. Leading to new opportunities for your business and blog as you raise your community’s awareness about who you are and what you do.
Golden Tip #1: You want a happy and responsive community. Take a bit of time actually socialize. Be authentically you. Building trust, like, and credibility.
One of the biggest problems?
Many attempt grand results as they become too gung-ho to make money and drive traffic. Being seen as spammers.
Social Media conversations mean you post useful and interesting, engaging, information on a regular basis, along with your promotions mixed in.
Golden Tip #2: Post your new blog updates to all of your social network profiles telling your community about those posts.
Want more benefits from your social Media Conversations?
– Get positive attention as you establish yourself as an expert in your niche.
Most people don’t have the confidence to publish what they write, putting it on a blog.
As you share in your Social Media Conversations, you’ll teach your community to trust that you really know your stuff.
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18 thoughts on “Want Social Media Conversations?”
I am no longer involved in direct sales because my teaching job takes way more than 7-3. 🙂 But everything you present above is the same as I have been trained in various companies. Solid advice you are sharing!
Carrie Ann Tripp (@CarrieAnnTripp) recently posted..Marvin Gardens Had Nothing on My Neighbors
Wow! Thanks so much Carrie Ann, I appreciate that! 🙂
You’ve reminded me that we have to interact, something that I don’t usually like doing! Yet vital for us who work with the internet so often. Thanks for sharing, Donna!
Michelle Liew recently posted..LInus’ Blanket Blues
Thank you, Michelle – And that’s an issue we have in real life also – keeping contact and interaction with our friends! 🙂
Your posts are ALWAYS filled with so much value girl!!!! Thank you for sharing these very important tips for social media 🙂 Great minds DO think alike 🙂 Love how your mind works 🙂 Fantastic share!! BIG HUGS 🙂
Joan Harrington recently posted..Do You Get Distracted On Twitter?
Hey Sweetie, always so fun to have you stop by and appreciate your comments – Big hugs back at ya! 🙂
Where I fall down on the social media job is the socialization part – I don’t interact with visitors to my blog near enough. I start to, and I fall back into bad habits. I’m in a challenge with over 1,000 participants and it’s a bit overwhelming, but the people commenting on my blog deserve my attention. Thank you for the reminder.
Alana recently posted..Civil War Sunday – The 144 Bottles of Terror
Alana, it does sound like you have a nice problem, tho, right? Congrats on that! Thank you for stopping by and commenting! 🙂
I loved how your social media posts are part of your content in building your brand and audience. A very timely lesson
Dr. Lisa Thompson recently posted..The Steps in Setting up Your Own Personal Brand System
So very nice of you, Dr. LIsa – thank you 🙂 So glad you dropped by and commented – I, too, enjoy your posts
Thanks, Donna! These are great tips! I have been trying to follow these tips more often, but need to work on consistency. I also need to interact more with my readers and those who comment on my blog posts.
K. Lee Banks recently posted..November 7–>Three Things I Accomplished Today
Thanks, K. Lee – Glad you stopped by and shared your thoughts – which we all can struggle with 🙂
Very nice post the content and the images and all 🙂 Great info about social media.
Tommy Olsson recently posted..I suck at sales,what should I do?
Thanks so much, Tommy – glad for the compliments and that you enjoyed! Big smiles, 🙂
Thanks for the share Donna!
After reading this article, it really hit me how much better it has become to get to know your audience and what they like with social media than in years past. In those days if you were not involved with a forum or BBS, you pretty much had to shoot from the hip and guess, unless you had some really deep pockets!
Michel Snook recently posted..Introducing Affiliate Marketing the Smart Way
Thanks, Michel – great points – Social Media has softened up as we’ve learned how to visit more normally – thanks so much for stopping by and commenting!
I think social media conversations are as good as a phone conversation. I have made many new business partners, clients, customers, and more using social media conversations. This was great and much needed! Thanks Donna!
Jaye carden recently posted..Benefits Of Using A Google Blog For Home Businesses
Great to see you, again, Jaye! I love that you have used Social Media with the thought of phone conversations – I compare it to networking offline conversations – Excellent comment – thanks 🙂
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