Social Media Marketing- 11 of the Most Critical Words to Utilize in Social Media in 2009

Conversation.

Yep- that is what the core focus is in Social Media.

I have seen just about everyone write about it. Chris Brogan. Scott Monty. Darren Rowse. Brian Solis. Louis Gray. Michelle Macphearson

And the list is nearly endless.

Ok- let’s get REAL. If Social Media marketing is about conversation, then should there not be words that fit in to what the culture of social media is all about?  Should not you paint a picture with your words? Should your words not elicit feelings and emotions?  

Of course they should.

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Social Media Marketing Training-Retagger Tip for Success

 

 

 

Ever heard of retagger?

Most have not. It is a great social utility that can help you create a sort of online “business card” that you can add all your social sites to, and then put it on your blogs, emails etc, as a widget.

It is Rocking HOT!

You can market yourself as well with this by allowing rhis to brand the message you desire with your photo and any other information you want on it.

Here is a tip: Network with other folks who use the retagger site. They are starting get quite a following and you will be surprised how many friends and potential prospects you can make with the effort. And you will be pleasantly surprised at the professional “feel” and look that you will have with this social utiltiy in the social media marketing zone.

blessings…doug

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Social Media Marketing- It is about what THE PROSPECT wants to Experience – Not You

Note to all bloggers and social media folks:

It is NOT about us, what we write, what we suggest, what we like, what we emote about, or even what we have a passion about. It is important, but not imperative.

I have found that if you are writing about your Passion, but yet no one is caring or reading what you are writing, then you have a nice personal journal going on, but not much else.

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