Say, you’re looking for a place to purchase cheap, quality shoes. You look everywhere, from the newspaper ads to malls and shoe stores. Then one of your good friends happens to hear about this and quickly points to this shop just downtown.
Question: Which recommendation are you going to take? The ones from the ads? Or the one that your good friend pointed out to you?
This little tip says it all, folks. People are more likely to work with you if you’ve established a relationship with them. So get out there and engage with them. Show them that you genuinely know what it feels like or how awesome or stressful it is. Be authentic and most of all, provide value.
Insight: Facebook Traffic is Highest Midweek Between 1-3PM
Here’s a little something you might want to take into mind when you’re marketing in Facebook, folks: So, roughly, by this time, I guess office staff are checking their Facebook after lunchtime – or something to that sense. In any case, another takeaway from this little graphic is the fact that we need to monitor […]
Think BIG: Don’t Listen to People Who Tell You Otherwise
One common mistake most businessmen make is that they always think small. While I’ve nothing against doing “small” things (particularly if it makes you happy), you’ll get what you give. Returns aren’t as stellar as you’d thought they’d be and you might eventually find yourself demotivated at the end of the day. But here’s the […]
Marketing Insight Wednesdays: Be Human Online
They say that it’s impossible to show empathy in the digital age of today, given all the technology and the protection of “anonymity” the Internet brings. I respectfully disagree. I don’t think Egypt was able to oust a leader without empathy from a global movement of tweets and other forms of social media. I think […]
3 Essential Steps To Be An Online Influencer
Last Saturday, October 29, 2012, I attended the Digital Influencer Marketing Summit at the SMX Convention Center. This was my first time to join a local Internet Marketing related event so I was quite excited to hear what the local experts and practitioners have to share about the topic. I must say that more than […]
Just For Fun Fridays: OMG Bubbles! :)
I like how you can build and nurture relationships in Facebook just like how you do in real life – through consistent and honest communication. This continuous communication with your audience is called engagement. And it can take on many forms – from answering your audience’s most pressing questions to providing solutions to their most […]