Tweet Control For A Better Online Reputation

On July 31st, 2012, wrote:

Twitter is a great source for businesses that are serious about their online reputation. You can send out messages and promote your brand heavily, using the power of social media. The converse is true however; you don’t have any control over what other people are tweeting about you… or do you? Two new tools have recently become active, allowing users of the Twitter social networking platform to manage their followers, who they are following, and what interactions on the website are relevant to the business approach. These unique applications are Mentionmapp and MyTweeple. While using Twitter alone can be powerful enough in some circumstances, these additional social media tools ensure that your online reputation is both managed and effective. MentionMapp: Social Media App for Analyzing Business Progressions One of the social media tools recently introduced is MentionMapp, an application aimed at making interactions easier on Twitter. When running or setting up a business, it is essential to build connections that are relevant – Read the full article

How Car Dealers are Marketing on Twitter

On June 20th, 2012, wrote:

Twitter is one of the biggest social media sites in the world and to be frank, it’s rather addictive and fun. It’s also a great platform for car dealerships to establish their brand and participate with current and prospective customers. You can use Twitter as a social media marketing tool to announce any special deals or news about your auto dealership. Experts also believe that a strong social media presence may even influence organic SEO rankings. Here are a few tips to help you make the most of your Twitter account. Your Twitter Handle If you have an official company name, you will want to select that as your Twitter handle. Your handle is also known as username and this will be seen by others. Your Description Every Twitter account has a description field right under your handle, with a brief summary of what you are all about. It’s a good idea to include some prominent keywords in this section. – Read the full article

Top 5 Twitter Accounts to Follow to Enhance Your Social Media Know-How

On April 13th, 2012, wrote:

One of the best ways to learn about social media and how it can aid you and your business as it grows is to jump head first into it and start learning all of the ins and outs firsthand. But a little help never hurts either, and sometimes the quickest way to learning any and all new social media information is relying on others to point you the right way. That’s what makes these five different Twitter accounts ones “must follows”: so you can stay up to speed with all the latest and greatest social media has to offer: 1. @SocialMedia2day – This Twitter account is known for perusing the Web and finding all of the information you need on social media happenings and social media marketing. If you’re hunting for specific information around the Web then just turn to this account to point you toward in the right direction. (Bio: #Publishing and #distribution of great posts by the world’s best thinkers on #SocialMedia best practices, tools – Read the full article

5 Twitter Marketing Techniques

On April 10th, 2012, wrote:

Twitter is a fantastic social media platform. The micro-blogging surface continues to explode in popularity in spite of all the haters who have mocked it from day one. With millions of users, Twitter is a fertile ground for effective Internet marketers. In this article, I will be discussing five Twitter marketing techniques. Before I get to those, let me briefly touch on an important concept, which is the synergistic nature of social media marketing. The best social media marketing campaigns incorporate multiple platforms. The three most effective are usually Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Facebook is great for posting photos, distributing content, and having contests. Twitter is great for having a conversation with your customers. YouTube allows you to effectively distribute video content. When you use all of these platforms, along with perhaps a blog, then you have a winning social media marketing system that reinforces itself. Keep that in mind as you build up your Twitter account. 1. Steal the – Read the full article

Social Media Marketing 101: Tips and Tools to Make Managing Twitter Easier

On April 6th, 2012, wrote:

Online marketing covers not only SEO; it also means using social media networks to connect and interact with your customers. Twitter is a great medium for getting backlinks to your website, while also interacting with your customers and networks. Whether you are a business or an individual, you need to take advantage of the many social media dashboards and tools for Twitter to manage your account. These tools allow you to schedule your tweets, gain new followers, and manage multiple accounts from one dashboard. Businesses, in particular, can significantly benefit from using social media dashboards and tools. When you own your own business, you need to schedule your time to get maximum efficiency. Social media dashboards allow you to schedule tweets and automate tasks. This takes the job away from you and lets you use your time on other projects and tasks. Social Media Dashboards Conversocial lets you manage your Facebook and Twitter accounts from one dashboard. You get the – Read the full article

The Real Estate Agents Guide to Social Media Marketing

On December 8th, 2011, wrote:

In light of the current recession and housing market downturn, real estate agents have to turn to new ways of creating and running their businesses. Social media marketing is one of the best, if not THE best way to do just that. The National Association of Realtors has a whole section of their website focused on social media for the real estate professional. The Field Guide to Social Networking for REALTORS® has eBooks, videos, and a ton of other resources to help you along the way. Facebook Ask around and you will be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t heard of Facebook. Even if they don’t use it, they probably saw the movie last year about it! And it’s likely that most people you know are using Facebook and have hundreds of friends. A word of caution on catapulting yourself into this too quickly: mixing personal and professional can be a very slippery road. Keep your personal Facebook profile and create a Fan Page – Read the full article

Social Media Dashboards – with Customer Relationship Management Features – for Twitter

On November 17th, 2011, wrote:

It’s not uncommon for businesses today to use social networks – namely, Twitter and Facebook – as a platform for engaging with customers and managing customer relationships. This development has given rise to an increasing number of social media solutions and dashboards, each promising to streamline all tasks and bring a new level of ease in customer engagement. Let’s take a look at the best of these solutions and their features. MediaFunnel   MediaFunnel is a social media suite for businesses and enterprises, with a host of features designed to make Twitter and Facebook accounts easier to manage. One of these distinguishing features is Multiple User Roles, or the ability to assign Administrator, Publisher, and Contributor roles and grant various levels of permission to review or publish tweets and Facebook posts (for greater editorial control and efficiency). Apart from monitoring Twitter and Facebook for mentions and tracking the performance of links via Bit.ly and BudURL, MediaFunnel also enables you to – Read the full article

Social Media Damage Control

On April 18th, 2011, wrote:

Whether your business has 100 followers or 100,000 fans, you’ve probably already realized that your community needs to be cultivated – and monitored – on social media channels weekly, if not daily. Recent news about the Taco Bell class-action lawsuit, which was filed against Taco Bell for “misrepresenting the contents of its beef,” is nothing surprising. I’m sure most customers don’t expect they are eating wholesome, organic meals at Taco Bell. However, it’s not the lawsuit that is interesting here; it is the way that Taco Bell warded off a potential crisis by being proactive and effectual on social media. Taco Bell has already gotten some previous press for their impressive works on Facebook and Twitter; but this is more impressive, and the way they turned this particular misrepresented beef crisis into something positive is a great lesson for Internet marketers as well as for online reputation management professionals. First step: Address the issue A confident and clear message doesn’t – Read the full article