Can you doodle me? Google me or just tweet me. Gone are the days where information was got through high efforts or based on the flight skills of a pigeon. What we have now is a click or touch on compact gadgets. Trendy I phone users see Android users as geeks.
Your desirability can be measured by the friends you have and the number of likes on face book. There is great innovation of how information is passed and received .Communicating the information to people is the real challenge at the moment as you share them everywhere like facebook, twitter, stumbleupon, LinkedIn
Effective facts shared amongst the wrong community or too much is considered as misinformation. Marketing practitioners are constantly researching to get maximum outreach. As I write about this more. I wanted to highlight some insights on how you can use social media or any exchange of facts effectively:
Define your goals:
What’s the key objective of your communication and what you want to achieve through this message Identify your Target audience:
Location. By city, state, province, or country.
Demographics. By age range, gender, language or marital status (you can even target users based on their birthdays)
Likes and interests. For example, if I indicate on my profile that I enjoy reading. Company that sells books would benefit for including that term in their ad campaign.
Education and work. You can direct your campaign to students in a specific college or people with a particular level of education.
Patterns of their thoughts and exchange of ideas
Create your message: After you have step 1 and step 2
Online marketing tools:
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