Marketing Tip #26 | 8 Easy Ways to Personalize Your Social Media Posts

8 Ways to Personalize Your Social Media

We’re all human. We respond when we believe someone is reaching out to us personally. Especially in today’s mass email marketing and social media bulk posting, a message that speaks to an individual is rare – and usually appreciated. Here are 8 easy ways to personalize your social media posts and tweets. . . . → Click to continue: Marketing Tip #26 | 8 Easy Ways to Personalize Your Social Media Posts

Marketing Tip #10 | How to Identify a Qualified Lead

How to Identify a Qualified Lead

In Marketing Tip #9 we discussed the difference between prospects and leads.

Marketing and networking, whether it be traditional or online via your website and social media, attracts prospects. When someone first visits your website, calls, emails, or approaches you online or at a networking event, he is a prospect but not necessarily a qualified lead.

You will be more efficient and save time and money if you learn to . . . → Click to continue: Marketing Tip #10 | How to Identify a Qualified Lead

Who is Generation C? And why you need to care

Generation C -- 18 to 34 year olds -- account for more than their share of tablets and smart phone usage

Research powerhouse Nielsen released a new study on Feb. 23, 2012 identifying power users of mobile devices and dubbed this important consumer group Generation C. Understanding and addressing the communication habits of customers and potential customers as well as potential influencers such as the newly-dubbed Generation C will provide organizations with an important advantage in today’s competitive marketplace. . . . → Click to continue: Who is Generation C? And why you need to care

What the Heck is Social Media?

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KarenEman descirbes the four C’s of social media — Connections, Conversations, Communities, and Chameleon as well as the reason why you should care about social media in this second blog posting of Reciprocate. Technotari Claim: A6WTCPAR5C5W . . . → Click to continue: What the Heck is Social Media?