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There is a lot of talk about social media and so many businesses are enthralled by the opportunity to use social technologies to connect with their customers, but many of them lack a plan or coordinated effort and unsure of how to begin using it or even deciphering if it’s right for them.
By the fact of that, social media marketing works the best when you integrated it with other components of your marketing. You will want to use it to drive potential consumers to your website. And you can also use social media in conjunction with your traditional advertising mediums, like Television commercials, print ads and/or radio spots that you use in your marketing strategy, by driving potential consumers to your social media presence online.
Well, since there is so much talk about social media marketing, thus it can be confusing and at times even overwhelming. But the key to social media and the most important thing you need to know is that,
social media marketing is not about having a megaphone to shout about your products and services, but rather to interact and engage with your existing, potential customers as well as your prospects; doing it this way, you will see them be drawn to your business naturally.
In addition, for companies who want to implement and carry out their social media strategy successfully, their internal operations has to be ready, such as getting the right organizational model, roles, processes, stakeholders, and teams assembled into the right place etc. If companies not careful, they will be easily get caught up on the specific new technologies that are constantly emerging, that’s why companies really should focused on business trends and themes in 2010.
In his article social media trend in 2010, Jeremiah pointed out that, “In particular, companies must develop a business strategy based on customer understanding, put the baseline resources in place to get your company ready, deliver a holistic experience to customers, and build advocacy programs and anticipate customer need.”
He emphasized that to success in the social media world, there are four key social media trend companies must focus on in 2010. They’re all essential points to note, but ‘customers don’t care what department you’re in is resonating pretty strongly for us all.