At its core, social media is about being social. It is about back-and-forth interaction. It is about engagement. Businesses that have successful social strategies understand this. They also understand their customers have certain expectations. They expect to interact with the brands they like. They expect to engage with the brand when they have a question or require customer service. They expect their favorite brands to be sharing great content. So, who’s making all this happen? The Social Media Manager, of course.
One of the main struggles that we all bloggers have comes down to traffic.
As simple as getting people to read your latest post might seem, the truth is most blogs simply fail to get the traffic they hoped for. That in terms results in low engagement if any, not much social sharing and most importantly no earnings.
Getting traffic actually isn’t enough. That’s the first step. Follow this guest post by blogger Daniel Sharkov to find out effective strategies Help You Get, Keep and Convert More Traffic.
by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor
Last month, I discussed how future business owners can avoid unforeseen shocks and surprises before buying a business of their own. On the flip side of the coin is selling a business which has a series of difficulties all on its own ranging anywhere from knowing the right time to sell to finding a capable buyer and even second guessing whether or not it’s time to let go of the business just yet. Regardless of the industry your company may be in, I’ve created a step by step strategic plan on how to successfully, and carefully, sell a business with the people and tools you’ll need on your side in order to make a deal.