by Neil Curtis on March 26, 2014
Optimise how you use Twitter and Content Marketing
9 Small Business Twitter Marketing Examples to Study – on Social Media Examiner
Whether you’re new to Twitter or not there is probably still a lot more you could be doing with it to really help your website or business. Some people think that Twitter is just somewhere to update people about new articles on your website or other self-promotional things, but a recent post by Eric Sornoso on Social Media Examiner shows how companies can use Twitter really effectively to boost their business. In this post 9 case studies are briefly looked at and provides some useful snippets for Twitter users to take away.
Direct link to this article: http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/small-businesses-twitter-marketing/
25 Growth Hacks Your Content Marketing Desperately Needs – on CoSchedule
It’s been mentioned before, and it will be mentioned again, your content is probably the most important thing on your website that will drive traffic to it. You can also use content to reach out to other blogs to get extra exposure, and of course there’s the social sharing and commenting aspects around your content. Wrapped up together content marketing is huge, and knowing how to best use it can mean the difference between minimal results for your efforts or maximum results for your efforts.
An article by Garrett Moon on the CoSchedule Blog looks in to 25 different ‘Growth Hacks’ that you can use to help make your content work harder for you. Not all 25 points may be suitable for your particular website, business, or products, but you are sure to take away a few solid tips.
Direct link to this article: http://coschedule.com/blog/growth-hacks/
Today’s ‘Posts of the Day’ (26th March 2014) take a finer look into how you can use Twitter effectively to promote your business and how to really get the most out of your content marketing. Both of these articles will help you think about new ways to drive attention to your website, business, or products.
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