There’s a stark difference between a run of the mill Facebook post or Tweet – and one that really stands out.
Ever wonder how some of your favorite big brands create such compelling social media posts?
They’ve teamed up with a sharp, creative writer.
Indeed, a finely crafted social media post requires creativity and a command over the English language. It also requires a working knowledge of inbound marketing strategy.
While some, we assume, are good people (that was a JOKE – we’re very amateur comedians at The Social Campfire), we’re not exactly sure that these post writers have all of the requirements listed above.
While protecting the innocent, here are a few examples of social media posts that have gone totally wrong:
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There’s something I want you to hear me out on. First, let’s do something that hardly ever, ever happens in social marketing and make a couple of generalizations (insert friendly sarcasm here).
There are – generally speaking – two schools of thought I observe in the world of Inbound Marketing today:
School of Thought #1 – Social Media Marketing is about the numbers. The amount of likes, follows, and shares your pages have signifies your brand’s digital worth. If you can get the attention of a few people, you’ll eventually get the attention of a few more, and the sales will trickle down in this manner. Let’s call this “trickle down social media marketing”.
This year, I’ve officially accepted that I should now recite “two-thousand-sixteen” as “twenty-sixteen”.
For years, I’ve carefully avoided the switch from the “old way” – much to the chagrin of friends and CBS Sunday Morning‘s Charles Osgood. I was born in the late 1980’s, for goodness sake.
It’s two-thousand-fourteen. Yes, we’re in the year two-thousand-fifteen.
Now, I’m ready to accept change, and I’m asking small business owners to embark on a new way of thinking about marketing as well. There are two words that will be very important to small business marketing in 2016, and those two words are Inbound Marketing.
In the social networking age, your clients are used to taking matters into their own hands – they ask their friends and communities, through social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, about which products to buy, which restaurants are good, and what to avoid as well.
No matter what industry you are a part of, whether you serve a direct to consumer market or whether you’re more B2B, you can benefit by adopting a social media marketing plan in 2016.
Here are 10 reasons why you need to invest in social media for your small business in 2016: