We quickly jam through the "liking" of posts, +1-ing shares, posts and images, retweeting something from someone without even visiting the link just to add something to our timeline. That's not connecting.
Popeye said it clearly, “I’yam what I’yam.” We are who we are. It’s true. Our cores are pretty much developed at an early age, so who we are today really is who we were in preschool. Understanding this should make it easier to recognize social media bad habits that can lead to pitfalls and help you avoid them whenever possible.
The most obvious recreation of junior high school foibles occurs in Facebook. Let’s start there
A client wanted to start an email campaign. When we asked him for the list, he grew quiet and asked, "What list?" This is a retail business that relies on repeat business, word of mouth, yet they had never started the practice of asking clients on the phone or in person for their email addresses. What could they have done to avoid this VOID of contacts?
This is not just in reference to Commpro, but for all sites you visit seeking tech support. We know the perils of calling Dell and Adobe, but most companies that offer support can help you better if you follow a few simple tips.
How do you look in all online venues; not just your website but social media? Remember to review periodically. Make sure your connected accounts are current. Don't forget that your business face may need to be VERY different than your personal face ad profiles.Need help? Let us know.