Make Your Social Efforts Count With The POST Process

Marketers face continuous uphill battles when it comes to social media. Whether it’s an emerging social network, an algorithm change within an existing social network, or the technology that enables social across an enterprise, change is constant. And these changes don’t even account for behavioral changes among our prospects and customers. The situation will only become more challenging, so we urge marketers to embrace the POST process when developing marketing initiatives and to figure out where social can bolster your initiatives.   

POST — which stands for people, objectives, strategy, and technology — is a tried-and-true process to create relevant marketing initiatives. Don’t get lost in the chaos of constant changes in social media. Samantha Ngo and I have written a new report to reinforce the benefits of POST; it highlights how to think through the process and shares details and examples to help you develop social tactics that further your marketing efforts.  This report will help you:
 
  • Understand your customer’s view of social media before developing your marketing initiative
  • Define your marketing objective and its impact
  • Determine the best tactics to tie your audience and objective together
  • Find the right social technology to help you implement your cohesive strategy

We’ll be featuring this report in an upcoming webinar on August 16. Feel free to register and join us! In the interim, if you have any questions, please feel free to schedule an inquiry with us.

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Very true!! Today social

Very true!! Today social media is one of the fastest mode of online advertising, and by joining different social groups, it helps to reach the product in desired and specific countries that connects with the target audiences. Using effective social media campaigns can create great impact on the overall online revenue. Well written and well researched blog indeed.
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