Minggu, 12 September 2010

77 Social Media Marketing Tactics with PLR

Just now, Aurelius Tjin has released another hot PLR product, this time called ‘Maximum Impact – Social Media Tactics‘. It’s a guide to making the most from your online web 2.0 efforts, and there’s 77 social marketing tactics in it:
Social Media Tactic #1: Be Consistent with Your Social Media Identity
Social Media Tactic #2: Create a Coherent Social Media Message
Social Media Tactic #3: Create a Twitter Profile
Social Media Tactic #4: Create a Fan Page for Your Business on Facebook
Social Media Tactic #5: Track Your Twitter Results
Social Media Tactic #6: Think in Terms of Social Capital
Social Media Tactic #7: Using the Twitter Search Engine
Social Media Tactic #8: Use Twitter to Conduct Market Research
Social Media Tactic #9: Create a Tutorial Series on YouTube
Social Media Tactic #10: Create a Linkedin.com Profile
Social Media Tactic #11: Put a Thumbnail Photo in Your Social Networking Site Profiles
Social Media Tactic #12: Lure in Followers by Posting Free, Useful Information
Social Media Tactic #13: Promoting Your Business Through Blog-Commenting
Social Media Tactic #14: Encourage Existing Customers to Use Your Facebook Fan Page
Social Media Tactic #15: Use Your Own Judgment Over That of Experts
Social Media Tactic #16: Improve Your Search Engine Ranking Position with Linkedin.com
Social Media Tactic #17: Integrate Your Social Media Marketing Efforts with Everything
Social Media Tactic #18: Use Forums to Pull in Site Visitors
Social Media Tactic #19: Link Up with Seasoned Experts
Social Media Tactic #20: Remember that Social Media Marketing is Still Marketing
Social Media Tactic #21: Join Networks Related to Your Niche
Social Media Tactic #22: Link Your Twitter and Facebook Accounts
Social Media Tactic #23: Use Your Facebook Fan Page to Give Your Customers a Behind-the-Scenes Tour
Social Media Tactic #24: Encourage Others to Promote Your Twitter Account and Facebook Page
Social Media Tactic #25: Avoid Engaging in Flaming or Fights
Social Media Tactic #26: Participate in Discussions with Visitors
Social Media Tactic #27: Let Customers Contribute to Your Fan Page
Social Media Tactic #28: Use Your Site to Demonstrate How Your Business Helps Others
Social Media Tactic #29: Provide Angry or Upset Customers with Compensation
Social Media Tactic #30: Carefully Consider Trade-Off between Customer Engagement and Your Time
Social Media Tactic #31: Don’t Let Privacy Concerns Stifle Your Marketing Campaigns
Social Media Tactic #32: Don’t Live in Fear of Making Mistakes
Social Media Tactic #33: Using Tumblr.com to Save Time
Social Media Tactic #34: Integrate Your Twitter Feed with Your Homepage
Social Media Tactic #35: Use Tumblr.com for Longer Tweets
Social Media Tactic #36: Tumblr.com vs. Other Blogging Platforms
Social Media Tactic #37: Selecting a Tumblr.com Theme
Social Media Tactic #38: Alternatives to Tumblr.com (Ping.fm)
Social Media Tactic #39: Use Last.fm for Music-Related Businesses
Social Media Tactic #40: Use Your Facebook Profile to Refer People to Your Business’s Fan Page
Social Media Tactic #41: Pull Your Email List from Your Autoresponder to Find Buyers Who Use Facebook
Social Media Tactic #42: Refer Your New Friends to Your Fan Page
Social Media Tactic #43: Use Your Email List to Find Customers on Twitter
Social Media Tactic #44: Put Your Latest Updates in Your RSS Feeds for Those with Readers
Social Media Tactic #45: Truncate Your RSS Feeds to Hook Readers
Social Media Tactic #46: Add a “Find Use Elsewhere” Box on Your Website
Social Media Tactic #47: Use Disqus.com with Tumblr.com
Social Media Tactic #48: Use Disqus.com (Or Other Services) to Allow People to Comment on Your Site
Social Media Tactic #49: Create a Discussion Forum for Your Website
Social Media Tactic #50: Populate Your Discussion Forum
Social Media Tactic #51: Make Money from Your Discussion Forum
Social Media Tactic #52: Use PHPFOX to Create Your Own Social Network
Social Media Tactic #53: Populate Your Social Network
Social Media Tactic #54: Generate Revenue from Your Social Network
Social Media Tactic #55: Promote New Products Using Twitter
Social Media Tactic #56: Using Twitter to Promote a Firesale
Social Media Tactic #57: Using Twitter to Grow Your Email List
Social Media Tactic #58: Creating a WordPress Blog
Social Media Tactic #59: Using Your Facebook Fan Page to Send Out Information
Social Media Tactic #60: Using Your Facebook Fan Page to Request Information & Pictures
Social Media Tactic #61: Using Event Invitations on Facebook
Social Media Tactic #62: Create a Facebook Application
Social Media Tactic #63: Create a Free Discussion Forum on Your Facebook Fan Page
Social Media Tactic #64: Have Your Fan Page Open to a Splash Page with Discounts and News
Social Media Tactic #65: Cross-Promote Your Social Media Accounts
Social Media Tactic #66: Create a Twitter Contest
Social Media Tactic #67: Create an iPhone Application that Features Your Feeds from Your Various Social Media Accounts
Social Media Tactic #68: Modify Your iPhone Application for Use with Smartphone Operating Systems
Social Media Tactic #69: Use Twitter to Promote Recent Updates to Your Website
Social Media Tactic #70: Add Digg/Reddit Buttons to Your Website
Social Media Tactic #71: Create a “Tweet This” or “Post This to My Facebook Account” Button
Social Media Tactic #72: Using YouTube to Talk to Your Customers Directly
Social Media Tactic #73: Using the “Insights” Feature on Your Facebook Fan Page to Monitor Your Traffic
Social Media Tactic #74: Use Your Facebook Fan Page to Promote Your Fan Photos and Testimonials
Social Media Tactic #75: Promote Your Facebook Fan Page with a Facebook Ad
Social Media Tactic #76: Add a Google Buzz Button to Your Site
Social Media Tactic #77: Start a Conversation and Get Readers Involved
With a lineup like that, you know you’ll learn a lot yourself – plus you can use it to build your opt-in lists using the included squeeze page or put it online with or without Master Resale Rights using the included salespage. Either way, since you get PLR to it and all the graphics in both PSD and JPG, you can brand yourself as the author, add in your recommended resources (your own products or affiliate marketing links) and get it out there to use as part of your marketing process…

source : becoming-a-plr-pro.com

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