Social media has given us a set of new words and meanings of those words. Social media has taken the word “friendship” to a higher meaning. The social media era has created a set of words that define how organizations and individuals should function. Social media is about personal relationships. Social media teaches us life skills—creating deep personal relationships. These skills can be translated to our physical relationships. The discipline of social media has taught personal salesmen, the most critical skill they can have and they must possess to be successful—how to make “friends”.
Just don’t do it! Don’t send paper versions of holiday cards at all if you don’t want to. Use email and smm panel sites to send holiday wishes, or pick up the phone and call special people in your life.
How does Facebook decide on what it is going to post. I have friends who are posting on their pages, but they do not show on my live or recent feedback on my page? How does Facebook prioritize who will get posted on my page? Does that make sense? I only get postings from some of my friends but not all of them.
Demonstrate your expertise. You can do this through links to your blog that show that you know what you’re talking about. You do this in your posts to your profile on LinkedIn.
The product social media panel is not going to push you to keep moving forward. The product won’t set your alarm clock or remind you to do more work to get it sold. The product won’t care if it just sits on yourself after purchasing it with all your hopes and dreams of a better tomorrow. The product doesn’t care how many others you intended to help to do the same thing.
It really helps you look at your business from a branding standpoint. What makes you special? What makes you different? How are you going to be different – in a remarkable way – than the other companies out there that do the same stuff you do?
Don’t be complacent. It is important to track the results of your strategies. Be realistic. Be sure not to burn up precious time on software and methods that won’t work.