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Most of the social media platforms now provide robust data and analytics. Our clients ask us regularly about how to use their data to make content decisions.
5 key platforms you need to focus on:
5 key items for your weekly social snapshot:
1) Top performing post
-determine you top performing posts on Facebook by visiting Facebook Insights and on Twitter by going to Twitter Analytics
-Use Twitter Advanced Search
3) Audience Growth
-follower increase week over week
-is the content you are posting leading to growth
-keeping track of your numbers is important week over week
-Psychographics over demographics
-make sure your social media demographics correlates with your brand demographics
-ensuring that your social media objectives are leading to actual results. Focus on tracking the audience path through your ecosystem.
Focus on the top level data rather than trying to get to detailed.
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Next week we discuss emerging social media platforms: Snapchat, Vine, Tinder, and a little bit about 4 Chan
Has social media created and condoned actions that if donei in person would render someone to get fucked up, stomped out, slapped or clapped ? Join us as we explore the deep psychological effects of what instant social media is compelling some of us to evoke on a demented level.
Most of the world is on some type of social media... whether it's Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+ or many of the other sites out there, we are putting our lives out for the world to see. But do you know how to use social media correctly?
Are you one the "friend" that posts all the inspirational and religeous quotes? "Only God Can Judge Me"
Are you the one that posts all the time about what you are doing, where you are and who you are with? "Good Morning! Just finished my work out, bout to eat my EXTREMELY healthy breakfast, take a shower and go to work! OMG BTW guys!!! I stubbed my toe lastnight and I think it's broken... (With John Smith)"
Or are you the one posting pics of weird rashes asking: "What is this?"
There are so many "types" of people out on social media. But what was social media made for? Did the 4 guys who created Twitter do it because they want to know what kind of sandwich you're eating? No!
Let's discuss how to use social media correctly.
Host: VJ Smith
Co-Host/Producer: Erica Brady
We start off the show by answering the question we get asked most by our potential clients (and basically everyone else), "Do I actually need social media?" The short answer: you may not but your media brand absolutely does.
Link to our deck we discuss on the show: http://bit.ly/jumpwiresocialmediapkgs2015
We discuss 8 examples of how media brands we work with are using social media today:
Increasing ratings, views, referrals, subscribers, revenue, ARPU, downloads, etc.
Data collection & analysis
New business & lead generation
Reinforcing your brand online
Audience feedback & engagement
Marketing opportunities & trend analysis
Employee recruitment & retention
Although Twitter began doing business on March 21, 2006, entrepreneurs still find themselves confused as to how to make the most of their Twitter activities. Amassing an ever-evolving base of Twitter followers is about how we strategically plan our Twitter engagement initiatives. Certainly, we must realize that quality trumps quantity, but nonetheless, we must perpetually continue to constitute our social media follower pipeline. That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
Twitter, Facebook, IG, Pinterest, Linkedin, Google...even MySpace. How do we manage them all? Why do we manage them all? What is the benefit to our lives? There is a reason that having a great idea, a basic knowledge of coding and a logical thought process can make you a millionaire tomorrow or in some cases a billionaire.
As humans, no matter how much we try to present a public persona to the contrary, we love to be connected. On this episode, we are going to talk the pros and cons of that connectivity. When is sharing too much of a detriment. Whether you are Kevin Hart, a local politician or pastor, where is the line. We will talk about this with film maker and brand coach, DeShaun Davis.
This episode is brought to you by P2P Media Consultants and MyWordCentral.
This show will tak you on a journey with our entreprneurs who decided to start their day with talk show host Lori Wilk at a live event in Boynton Beach, Florida to participate online on social media platforms. These entrepreneurs didn't want to just talk about social media, they wanted to actually get things done. We'll tak you though the activities that we did with the group and have you participate with us. We'll tak you through the participation on these social media platforsm so that you can grow your social media reach and influence faster andmore efficiently with a marketing plan and a strategy Topics of today's session include: Twitter.com, Facebook.com, LinkedIn.com, About.me, Digg.com, Swayy.co, Scoop,it, Dlvr.it, Stumbleupon.com and Pinterest.The group will encourage you to use #Hashtafs. Join our live conversation at 347.237.5638
You can connect with our show host, Lori Wilk on Twitter@Successipes. Tune-in to Lori's Shows and interviews with entrepreneurs to executives on www.BYLNetwork.com
What makes up a Social Media Fan? In between live broadcasts, round tables, fan forums, rinks and dugouts; Chris and Steve will be doing podcast series dissecting a fan from all angles. What better platform to do that other than "The Forum For the Fans". This episode will be looking at "what is a Social Media Fan?" The Bleed Blue Show will give their perspective on what they believe makes up a Social Media Fan.
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