Thursday, August 28, 2014

Social Media Marketing Plan

 Are you using social media to build your network marketing business? Or are you using social media correctly when building your network marketing business? In this article I will explain how to create a social media marketing plan that works. Regardless of which social media website you choose.



 The key to having a successful social media marketing plan is to be social. This is why it is called "Social Media." Many people will make the mistake of just posting ads or hype all the time, and it won't work. By engaging with others in friendly messages, you can build a relationship with others who will want to buy from you.

 Instead of posting ads, or pitches, use post that raise curiosity in your social media marketing plan. How many times have you clicked on a post that was a pitch for another company's products or business? Use relevant information, or interesting information that will make people want to click on your post and you can direct them to where you need them to go.

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 Once you have began directing people to your hub (which is where you plan to drive the traffic) you then can work on building a relationship with your prospect. People like to buy from people they know, like and trust. Use social media to get to know your customers and your sales will increase.

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 Using social media strategies such as a giveaway is a great way to drive traffic to your hub. This needs to be planned out as to what will be given away. You can use giveaways to increase your audience on whichever social platform you are using in your social media marketing plan, or to build your home list.

 The major key to know when creating a social media marketing plan is to give your audience what they want. Don't approach it as in what you want them to do.

 If this social media marketing plan article has given you value, please comment and share below. Be sure to share with any of your team that may be using social media to build their business.

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