Social Media Marketing Archives - Page 2 of 39 - Bruce Clay, Inc. BlogFebruary 17, 2016
One sure-fire way to take your social media skills to the next level is listen in when industry leaders share their tried-and-true techniques and tips — and that’s just what Mark Traphagen and Dustin Stout did when they sat down with me for a no-holds barred social media deep dive in advance of their upcoming sessions at Search Marketing Expo (SMX) West. Check out the video!
December 16, 2015
If one lesson emerged regarding content in 2015, it was that a digital marketer’s strategy should revolve around quality over quantity. Quality necessitates editorial planning, audience understanding and persona research, as well as the social media marketing and PR outreach. Throughout the year, experts in our field (including Gary Illyes, Marty Weintraub, Wil Reynolds, Lisa Buyer and Mindy Weinstein) shared their tried-and-true tactics for creating what Rand Fishkin lovingly refers to as 10X better content.
In today’s content-focused track of the 2015 Virtual Conference, read up on these tactics and find out how you can apply them to your own content marketing.
October 12, 2015
Do you want press for your business? Yes please! Here’s how to use social media in traditional and new ways to reach and influence the media. New opportunities to be covered by today’s speakers include making sure your content is mobile friendly and targeting the media through paid Facebook promotions.
Read the liveblog Social and Mobile PR Secrets.
October 9, 2015
Personal branding and social strategy – it’s a subject close to all digital marketers’ hearts. Mark Traphagen, Matt Craine and Mel Carson are speaking on this hot topic at Pubcon Las Vegas. Hear what they have to say on the importance of personal branding in a world
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October 6, 2015
Day 1 at Pubcon Las Vegas starts with a session by Guy Kawasaki that’s to the point and doesn’t suck, as the chief evangelist of Canva takes his own advice for giving a high tech speech. Guy is a name-brand marketing pro and an evangelist. He’s the author of The Art of Social Media, The Art of the Start, APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur, Enchantment, and has a million and a half Twitter followers who follow him for his marketing insights.
In this insightful session, Guy shares 10 tips you can start implementing now on how to enhance your marketing in the age of social media.
Read the full liveblog of Guy Kawasaki’s How to Perfect Your Marketing.
October 1, 2015
You can’t think about search without thinking about social media, and vice versa. They complement each other, and both initiatives come out stronger when they’re approached holistically. In SMX East’s “Better Together: Search + Social,” Casie Gillette, Eric Werner and Geoff Colon share their tips straight from the search and social trenches.
Read the liveblog.
The second largest search engine is YouTube, which is where your videos should be placed and properly optimized. This information-rich SMX East session gives you practical tips on how to master video marketing in the YouTube wonderland.
Read the session liveblog to find out more.
September 29, 2015
If your target audience is using Pinterest, it’s time to start optimizing for this search engine (because it’s not a social platform). Intel’s Director of SEO Laura Mitchell and Community Manager Scott Jaworski (@scott_jaworski) provide tips on the most effective SEO tactics to apply on Pinterest.
Read the liveblog.
July 9, 2015
Twitter chats are a crazy-effective way to skyrocket Twitter engagement. The following is a guide that teaches you how to leverage Twitter chats to amplify your brand voice. You’ll learn how to identify Twitter chats that make sense for your niche, engage in them effectively and turbo charge your social media marketing efforts. Fair warning:
December 11, 2014
How the FTC’s New Disclosure Ruling Affects Social Media Marketers & Influencer Marketing Strategies
Reaching out to influencers is a public relations tactic as old as time. But a whole boutique marketing industry has cropped up in the last few years as more people gain niche Internet celebrity status, opening opportunities for agencies and brands to get endorsements from online social influencers. Who is and isn’t an advertiser used to be pretty black and white, but these days, understanding who is compensated for their endorsements requires an eye for shades of gray. The FTC wants to remove that ambiguity.
There’s a new sheriff in social media. Last month, the Federal Trade Commission settled charges against ad agency Deutsch LA for Twitter use that violated disclosure-in-advertising rules. It’s the first such case the FTC has settled, so it’s groundbreaking news for social media marketers.
How do the full-disclosure guidelines impact marketers? In Twitter, does it mean that even within the limited 140-character space of a tweet, an ad must disclose in a “clear and conspicuous” way a financial relationship with what you’re endorsing? Failing to do so might result in prosecution and penalties for your company.