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Making impressions on social media friends for future need



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Making impressions on social media friends for future need

Social media is the most potent advertising tool especiallyin terms of free advertisements. The more active friends you have in social
media, the more opportunity of marketing anything with their help. But how to
harness your friendly resources if you are not active in social media? Making a
post regularly is one way of telling your social media friends that you are
alive. Especially if you post a photo with an interesting caption, your
connections will be aware of your presence in the internet. And when the time
comes that you need to promote something, it is easier to your connection to
help you in spreading your ads for free. But, of course, you don’t need to be
excessive in posting your ads for it can be annoying.  

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vinaya

I use social media for business promotion. I have a handful of books published on Amazon and I also have half a dozen websites. I use social media to drive sales of my books as well as get traffic on my websites. I use social media for personal networking as well as communicating with my friends and family, however, this does not happen too much. However, sometimes I write status or post photos on my social media accounts such as facebook and twitter. Sharing personal stuff is a great way to tell your friends and family about things happening in your life. Social media demands active participation, whether you are using it for personal communication or for professional networking.




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augusta

Social media is a great tool for marketing and advertising anything that can be successful. you can make this happen by being very active on it making post and also commenting on post,this will show one side of commitment and your friends and family would also reciprocate..




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Baburra

I agree with this. Back when I was first launching my blog, I used my social media site that I had lots of content on. I initially didn't really want to be active on the site but felt like I had to because one day I'd want to make use of it, and I was correct because once I introduced my blog on there I was able to gather a bit of an audience just from the usual people I interact with on a daily basis. Not only that, but since I was active, a lot of other bloggers also started interacting with me, which I don't think they ever would have done if they saw that I only started getting active just to promote my site.




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JoeMilford

I agree with you as well. I think most of the traffic to my blog comes from when I advertise it through social media. I had a huge facebook friend list, 5,000 people to be exact, so when I started posting about my blog, I had an instant audience already. Not all 5,000 showed up, of course, but had I not used my facebook page, I would have lost a great opportunity to gain more readers of my content. I was actually shocked at how well using social media sites helped to get me an audience, and using it regularly has helped me to keep a pretty good audience as time has progressed.




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Barida

I agree with you on the fact that social media is a great way anyone can market their products on the space at almost no cost and rake in sales that might even compete with offline sales. LIke you said also, making posts and photos is a great way to connect with these friends so that in the long-term when you start marketing your products, they would easily identify with you.

I have friends that have a huge number of followers on Facebook and Twitter and these sets of friends always have a large number of likes on their posts as well as comments and that kept me wondering if they can't use that to their advantage and market what they do.




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JoeMilford

Facebook and Twitter are the two places where I primarily promote myself, and I have had some good success with those two. I am thinking of also adding an Instagram account to get even more traffic, but I am a bit overwhelmed at the moment with everything else I am already doing. You can totally use their comments in your favor--once things are posted to your page, I think you can do whatever you like with them, just make sure it is in good taste.




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SimplyD

I agree. If you would like to someday advertize whatever business you will have, you must first make yourself visible to all your connections at your social media.
By doing that and seeing who always like and love your post, you can assume that in the future they can be the people with whom your advertisements will get attention.
In their daily posts, you will be able to know what are their likes, their hobbies and their standard of living.
That way, you will know if your friends at Facebook will patronize the business you will be advertising.




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Jerry98

social media marketing is good for introducing your product to the world. It can improve search engine ranking as well.




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overcast

I think we have learned by now that people who put their image on social media and in real world is lot different. You can see that people on social media fake alot of things. You are mostly doing the work for the sake of attraction. And they get the followers in due time. And their focus is always about getting more followers. How good they are as a person is not often really looked up on for sure.

So for each to their own it can be something people have to consider. I think people who make friends on social media have their set of the issues. I'd surely be working on a lot of things for sure for my own profile.




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DarthHazard

I have separated my use of Facebook for personal and business because I just don't want to annoy people with a lot of advertisements. I have created a Facebook page for my website/business and that is where I post most of my content. I have left my personal account for personal things. One of FB friends actually posts a lot of advertisements on his account and it's just annoying. I don't want to be one of those people lol.




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Joteque

There's quite an influence where social media is concerned at this present time in our lives. This can be a good thing or a bad thing, or even a great thing! The sky's the limit. I'm not really big on social media personally but I work with a company who have totally embraced the whole social media experience and it has delivered time and time again. Just recently with the passing of various hurricanes, the company has a stream running which is sometimes a live feed and otherwise just an web stream. This has attracted the attention of global media houses like CNN and BBC plus a group from BBC News paid us a visit last week as a result of the storm coverage. Well membership does have it's privileges and with social media unearthing new ways to broadcast communication and connectivity, things will get more and more exciting and filled with opportunity at any time.




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randomzzguy

Social media is a good start for free promoting but when your product hits its highest limits, you have to revert to other ways in order to keep the growth of the product's sales and not stay idle for the time being




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Authord

Social media is a good tool, when it comes to digital marketing and not only does it help in promotion it also helps in ranking, because social content is important for every online business and marketing. Because it helps in SEO, google algorithm will rank a site with a social content over a site without a social content. So it's important in many ways.




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Krisleen

I use social media, particularly Facebook for attraction marketing. It has been said that if your business is not in the internet, then you are out of business. As an entrepreneur, I'm aware of it. Even traditional businesses today, especially the well known establishments, make their advertisements online. Mobility is the trend today since the internet is widely used. An online business is considered a 21st century business because of mobility. It provides convenience to people since it can be done everywhere with significantly lower operating expenses. Attraction marketing plays a vital role to an online business. I totally agree with you when you said that posting pictures with catchy captions gives people the awareness of your presence. It attracts more prospects. You get more inquiries, especially when they see that you are enjoying your business with the attraction marketing you are doing. If you are an entrepreneur, maximizing the social media is a way to go for your business to grow.




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Pixie06

You are definitely right. In fact when I first started my online business I created a Facebook page and my friends helped me by encouraging others to like my page. I have also made some friends from other countries and having them is truly a blessing. I am glad that I have such good friends and I know that without them my business wouldn't be as successful as it is today. I am always trying to keep in touch with my friends not only on Facebook but on other platforms too.




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Krisleen

I totally agree with your idea. Making impressions on social media is not only a form of attraction marketing but also a good way of building rapport with your friends. Building rapport is the first step before promoting your future needs in your business. This helps you know their needs and interests. It might even build curiosity that they will be the first one to ask you. Most people are turned off with people posting too much about their business and directly offering it without building rapport. Making impressions on social media also creates diversity in your posts and it prevents you from annoying people. It gives an impression that you have a balanced life and that you talk to people whether you need something from them or not.




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peachpurple

I use social medias to promote my post url links online. I found out that pictures are the killer thing to get your followers to drop by your posts. Description alone does not help much. Great quality photo and short description works out well.




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Judas2018

If you're going to use social media to promote your projects, services or products. You must be certain about what you want to get out in front of the audience. Your brand, or yourself? If you're an entertainer than promoting yourself to your followers is part of the overall brand. But if you run a company or a business, make sure your social media presence focuses on the brand and its content. Not selfies, or personal promotion. You aren't selling yourself, you're selling the brand.




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