8 Best Social Media Tips and Tricks

Over the last few years, I’ve written many articles on Social Media. These are the posts that received the most views, favorites, and retweets. But with all the tweets out there, it’s easy to miss the best ones. So, here they are – my 8 best social media tips and tricks. All in one spot, just for you.

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1. Be a Social Media Rockstar in Minutes. Whether you have two minutes or 20, this blog breaks down social
engagement by the minute. Now you have no excuse not to be a social media rock star! http://bit.ly/1gRYrys

2. Business vs. Personal Profiles. The case for keeping them separate. http://bit.ly/19m3BAB

3. Rules for Social (Stop Talking, Start Listening). How much time do you spend on social platforms just listening? http://bit.ly/1d3AuRn

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4. Let’s see What Happens. These aren’t thought leaders. These are thought followers disguised as thought leaders (a social media rant)! http://bit.ly/1c1gbCI

 

 

5. Social. One of Many Marketing Mediums. In order to truly stand out, ya gotta be good. Really good. And that, my friends, costs money. Even in social. http://bit.ly/1kzrwi5

6. 6 lessons For Your Social Voice. Policy… what policy? If you are the social media department in your small company, this blog is for you.  http://bit.ly/1d3AdO6

7. The Social Effect. This is what we in marketing call positive ROI! http://bit.ly/Jkq30g

twitter-followers-300x1808. To Follow, Or Not To Follow. You’ve heard it before: Social media is like high school. But when it comes to Twitter, and knowing whom to follow (and when to un-follow) it’s not a popularity contest.  Seven qualifications for hitting the “follow” button. http://bit.ly/1kzs1bO

These are my eight most popular blogs on social media. Which of these was most helpful to you? Please  share a link to your own favorite article on the topic in the comments!

About Beth M. Wood

Beth M. Wood is a marketing and writing professional. She's been working in the marketing industry since the early 90s, and feeding her shopping habit with copywriting gigs since 2004. On August 1, 2013, she made the jump to full-time freelance writer, marketer, and social media manager. Beth is highly adept at creating and managing integrated marketing programs that get brands noticed. She's also well known for creating and maintaing a strong brand voice across all channels. She is a word geek, a grammar snob and a boot camp junkie. Which means she believes in giving 100% to every project she takes on - large or small. She earned her BA in writing from Webster University and serves as Senior Content Strategist at Scorch.
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