Thu, 30 March 2017
Have you been spinning your wheels trying to utilize social media to grow your business? Do you feel as though you know the tactics and strategies yet are still struggling with how to align social media to your business for real results?
When you hear your colleagues or others in your industry talk about the success they have achieved with social media, digital marketing, content marketing or email marketing do you want to just run away crying?
If these thoughts seem familiar to how you feel, no worries. You have landed on the right blog post today.
Unfortunately many small business owners, entrepreneurs and even marketers working inside of larger organizations struggle with how to achieve measurable business results using social media.
Much of this comes from the fud that exists in the social ecosystem. Too many bloggers, podcasters, YouTubers and more spend their life touting how easy it is to make money using social media. Unfortunately most of these same people are still living in their mother's basement and/or struggle with keeping the lights on, let alone make an actual income from their efforts.
Many talk a good talk but when you pull back the black curtain, they are far from walking the walk.
So, how do you define success? How do you set goals? What is the difference between a social media strategy, plan and tactics?
How do you determine what Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) you should focus on?
If you struggle with answering these questions, then you need to take a listen to the latest Social Zoom Factor podcast episode #230 which will help you understand how to define what success looks like.
In this episode you will learn:
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