Measure your Social Media ROI, Return on Investment, or Rate of Interest as I like to call it.  In my company we teach all sorts of ways to increase this.  Come and see what we have for you!  scroll down for twelve things you should keep in mind, then click to learn more.

Visibility:  it doesn’t sit and wait for customers to pass by, but it takes the message to where they are right now.

Mobility:  Fastest media to act and re-act to market fluctuations.

Connectivity:  ability to engage from anywhere, anytime.

Flexibility:  It can change daily or even hourly.

Service:  ability to relate quickly to monitor comments and complaints.  Much faster than email or mail to get responses.

Viral:  Spreads exponentially, your message gets forwarded and shared.

Ownership:  The term “Word of Mouth” has turned into “word of Social Media”.  Recommend to you friends and family, co-workers and groups.

Expert:  making information instant helps make experts in the field of providing a platform to give back to your followers.  Information is a key.

Appreciation:  Social Media is a new tool to give clients and employees a public pat on the back.  You can give an award to your audience every day, not just at the end of the year.

 

Direct Cast:  Inbound marketing.  Just like in Third world countries where they come right up to you and show their products in your face.  American think it offensive, yet we have commercials and billboard everywhere.  Social media is always taking your product to the stream, and a lot of the time it is overflowing.

 

Expansion:  Going beyond local is now easy, you can compete Nationally and Internationally right your home office.

Cost:  Undeniable factor, the middleman is cut out.  “Bang for your buck” has a new meaning.

If you like what you see and would love to learn more and be able to show others, click here to get access to it all.

See you on the other side,

Sandy

RE:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsD_I1VLQdI

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