If your goal is to improve your online customer engagement, there are a number of things you can do. One of the main things you should consider is how simplistic your offers are. You achieve simplicity by focusing on your customers resources – those resources that they have the least of are what you should […]
You create a marketing campaign, but do you know if it actually working or do you just go on a wing and a prayer and hope for the best. Here are 5 tips you can use to test whether you are successfully engaging your customer. Test the audience – You need to ensure that your […]
Establishing the right channel for your business to excel in online customer engagement involves having the right message at the right time for each customer segment. Customers like to engage in different ways. Some prefer social media channels like Facebook while others prefer email. Test your market and determine what will work best for your […]
We all know that there is a need for relevant and targeted content for your audience. But do we have to stick to the corporate image or can we show who we are personally and perhaps even add some humor. That depends. Many companies tend to play it safe and show no personality while others […]
Improving your online customer engagement is key to your overall success. Let’s look at 4 ways you can use to improve your customer engagement. 1. Value Proposition Your website needs to be taking advantage of a value proposition to engage your customers. In fact, many of the experts believe it to be vital. Your website […]
Engaging your customers online is an important part of your business success. To do so takes some work and planning on your part. Here are 3 key ways that are guaranteed to help you engage better with your customers online.
A powerful Twitter bio is one way to grow your following quickly. This video makes it easy for anyone to create an effective Twitter bio.
Simon Sinek, a powerful speaker, shows us how to being a presentation.
Isn’t the draw of twitter that it’s short and to the point? Otherwise, isn’t it a blog? Twitter considers allowing posts longer than 140 characters, report says http://t.co/OnNz62DFBX — The Guardian (@guardian) September 29, 2015
What happened when Guy Kawasaki was guest on Post Planner’s tweetup .. How to Use Social Media to Amplify Your Brand Message (with Guy Kawasaki) Posted by Social Media Smarter on Tuesday, September 22, 2015