Best social engagement articles this month:
- Creating a Social Engagement Plan in 4 Steps
The four steps of this social engagement plan are listening, engaging, measuring, and learning. You’ll want to think of this plan as being continuous or cyclical, so you can repeat it once you’re done with the fourth step.
- 5 Psychological Triggers to Increase Social Engagement
In short, business owners, brands and companies wanting customers to buy, follow or like them, must understand how to ethically persuade. How to use certain psychological triggers which in turn help you and your business become a magnet which constantly draws clients and followers.
- Gamification: What it is and How You Can Use it to Improve Your Blog
“Gamification” is the practice of integrating dynamics usually associated with the online gaming world to websites, communities, advertising campaigns, in order to increase the interaction and the ultimate experience for users.
- The Future of Social Media Marketing According to HubSpot’s CMO
What 6 words would you use to describe the future of social media?
- 6 Facebook Metrics Marketers Should Be Measuring
As a marketer, you know that what can be measured can be managed (and improved). So even if it seems complex, you need to measure your Facebook Page’s performance.
- How to Run a Successful Facebook Marketing Campaign
Creating a memorable campaign on Facebook requires greater understanding of the platform and environment that it provides. In this post, you can read about five tips that will make you see Facebook in a new light and harness its power for your next promotion.
- Are You Making These 9 Facebook Marketing Mistakes?
If you’re using Facebook to market your blog, company, or brand, you have the potential to reach a whole new audience. However, you’ll only reach that new audience if you follow the best practice of Facebook marketing without falling into common traps that many marketers do. Whether it’s being too self-promotional or automating too much, these mistakes will keep you from maintaining a two-way conversation with your fans. And without that conversation and engagement, it won’t be easy to grow your fan base.