7 Smashing Social Media Marketing Links

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This week on The Lede

  • What really works on Twitter
  • One thing social media copywriters should never do
  • 9 productive social media hacks
  • A reminder of the power of the original social media

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9 Social Media Hacks You Need to Embrace Now
Mr. Baer makes a good case that though social media is inexpensive in monetary terms, it can get good and costly when it comes to spending your time and brain power. His 9 “hacks” can help keep you sane and productive in the fast, fast digital world we run in.


100 Ways to Become a Twitter Power User
Mr. Patel is on a content tear lately, not just cranking it out, but cranking out the good stuff. The headline of his article says it all, and you’d do your Twitter efforts a service to give it the once over. From how to generate more retweets, to becoming a more interesting Twitter writer, this one is well worth an hour.


The Basics of Pinterest for Content Marketers
Pinterest, Pinterest, Pinterest. It’s on the tip of many tongues these days, for good reason: it’s driving quality traffic. If you’re a content marketer with a visual bent, you should get over there and start pinning. But first check out the infographic above …


Copywriters Should Never Try to Change the Prospect’s Mind
Remember that person you used to date, how you tolerated certain personality quirks or behaviors because you were sure you could change them … eventually? Veteran copywriter Nick Usborne shows you why it didn’t work back then, and why you shouldn’t try to do it now, in your business. Hint: It’s impossible.


What Works on Twitter: The Definitive, Data-Driven Guide
It’s official, people on Twitter don’t care what you ate for lunch. What works? If you’ve been reading Copyblogger for any amount of time, the answer to that question won’t come as a surprise. At all. We’ve been preaching this very thing for more than six years …


Email Newsletters are a Serious Business
Email: the original social media. By collecting and briefly analyzing a few top email newsletters publishing today, Mr. Baptiste has given us an important reminder — sexy does not always sell (best). Do you publish an email newsletter? Are you reaching out to your customers and fans on a regular schedule via email? If not, you’re leaving money on the table, and why would you want to do that?


How to Create a Powerful Password You Can Actually Remember
The greatest plague that Social Media hath wrought? Passwords. There are a few great password management tools out there (that you should definitely be using), but xkcd brings us back to the old school in this cartoon. As always, the old school is simple, and it confuses the hell out of hackers and their big, bad hacking machines. Yeah.

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Reader Comments (7)

  1. says

    Using social media for marketing a small business makes a lot of sense these days. Conventional advertising has become too expensive and produces less results than ever. Social media marketing lets a business get all the exposure they need… for FREE!

  2. Debby Griffiths says

    Social Media seems to be the place to market a small business like mine. I really did try but I gather it’s a full time job or I’m not doing it right, I just don’t have the time to dedicate a whole day every day to marketing my business because I have work to do. I decided to outsource the SMM to a brilliant company called Magicbuz that has been in the game for a few years now and they really know what they are doing. The results have been instantaneous, The amount of requests for quotes have tippled and consequently I getting much more work in. I really can recommend them, check them out on magicbuz.com.

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