January’s social media topic: Planning
First, determine who you want to follow you on Facebook, Twitter and WordPress.
Second, research the main interests of that audience.
Third, develop content tailored to those interests.
- A quote from Wishes to Die For. #dying with dignity. facebook.com/wishestodiefor… 1 week ago
- Thanks for the new page like, Isabella! 1 week ago
- RT @AddyAguilera: In the past week I've declared two majors and registered to vote so I think that's enough adulting for the year. 2 weeks ago
I could have written a blog on this topic, but since WordPress already has a phenomenal tip sheet, I am posting it instead. // How to Get More Traffic AZ Media Maven is based in Laveen, AZ, a suburban village in the greater Phoenix area. Owner Rose Tring has 25 years of journalism experience as … Continue reading →
AZ Media Maven has been fortunate in gaining several new clients who have requested timely blogs about their companies. In developing their content, I found that many of them already had WordPress pages set up under other administrators. After much gnashing of teeth, I figured out how to transfer a blog from their admin user … Continue reading →
Yes, I am unabashedly lifting the title from Kevin Costner’s film Field of Dreams. What does this mean in the virtual world of social media? Just building a Web site doesn’t mean the customers will come, nor does having Twitter, Facebook, YouTube accounts and a blog. Ask the thousands of business owners who immediately created … Continue reading →
Day 1 Business owner: “I really need a social marketing presence.” Marketing consultant: “We can make that happen. Let’s start with improving the content on your Facebook page and using Twitter to drive traffic to your Web site and Facebook pages. We will have contests and promotions to increase your brand awareness.” Day 2 Business … Continue reading →
Hello everyone, This is Media Maven’s first blog post. Despite being an avid follower of Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter for more than 5 years, I just never got around to starting a blog. I was busy wit ha new career post-print journalism, raising my family and generally catching up on thousands of little things that … Continue reading →
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