Social Media Infographic Breakdown

This weekend, we review some helpful takeaways from a few social media infographics:

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Advertising on Facebook

This infographic gives useful tips on how to grow your Facebook Likes. Some examples include cross promoting to make more connections, sharing original content, being active and hosting a contest. This specific portion of the infographic gives a great breakdown of exactly what type of advertising you can do to generate more Likes. Take a hint and don’t forget to split test to maximize your campaign’s effectiveness!

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Twitter Words

The instant and quick nature of Twitter presses you to condense information into short, easy-to-consume Tweets. This means choosing your words wisely in order to make a “lasting” impression and to capture that click or RT. On Twitter, it comes to attention grabbing headlines that mentions words like these: free, top, follow, plrease, great, post, how to, help, check it out, new blog post. Although they sound mundane and not so special on their own, it’s about adding your own twist to these attention grabbing prompts.

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The State of Social Business

Although ROI on social media is often seen as an intangible asset, about 1 in 2 companies said that social media marketing has improved their business and 1 in 4 found that it has increased their revenue. For most businesses, social media is in it’s early stanges and many have a long way to go in order to build a stronger foundation. About a quarter (26%) of the companies reavled that they are using social media as a cross-enterprise level strategy.

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Push to Pull Marketing Strategy

Gone are the days where consumers are pushed around like sheep. In today’s world, pull marketing is all the rage. This means that outbound marketing (newspapers, magazines, radio, tv) is being used less. While inbound marketing (social media and search engines) is growing. The change in the marketing world isn’t going to be an easy one. And it’s still important to have a healthy mix of both. But the truth is that companies are unhappy with their current marketing, in terms of effectiveness, and looking for more ways to reap benefits that they can accurately measure.

Share Your Own Thoughts

Thoughts about any of these tips? And if you haven’t seen our social media infographic yet, check it out today!

Matt Ramage is founder of Emarketed a web marketing agency located in Los Angeles. He loves coffee, good design, and helping businesses improve their look and getting found on the Internet.

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