by Tamara R.
Seems like ever week that goes by is going by faster. I’ve noticed this while growing up – every time I have a birthday, I feel like an entire month or more was cut out of that year, and it gets worse each year. Time is suddenly a fleeting thing.
So, as Time has sped by me, I’ll make this rather brief:
Social Marketing. I’ve been talking about it for a bit now, and referenced people and articles that indicate that Social Marketing is important. I am going to brag about RevBuilders for a second – as a company, RevBuilders is highly interested in growing and conquering every facet of the online world, to better serve our clients in their online marketing, and this includes social marketing. Social marketing has the potential of increasing – or decreasing – your business. I have never been a fan of Facebook (please laugh at my pun) but I am starting to realize the value of social marketing.
As I’ve mentioned before, social marketing allows you to stay in people’s minds, and it allows you to network. I’m also realizing that social marketing gives people a chance to interact with you as a business in a personal fashion (if you allow it). It gives your business the softer side that most people really desire – a human-ness. If I may for a second, it puts the facial features on your business above the corporate suit and the perfectly-clean room, and if you do social marketing well and positively, it gives your business a smile that instantly attracts customers.
I’ve been doing lots of research on the social aspect of marketing, and I must admit, companies that do it well I am instantly drawn to. You like a business that seems honest, friendly, and positive… in the same way that we like people that are honest, friendly, and positive.
That’s my input for this Friday. Nothing earth-shattering, simply a reminder to get on your Facebook business page and post, and be honest, friendly, and positive in your post!