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How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media
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How to Create a Circle of Raving Fans Through Social Media

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Brian DeLaet of EduCyber walks you through Cultivating, Engaging and Leading your connections, followers and friends.

Brian DeLaet of EduCyber walks you through Cultivating, Engaging and Leading your connections, followers and friends.

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  • 1. using Social Media to Create a circle of raving fans for Your Business
    EduCyber Presents:
  • 2. What are Raving Fans?
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  • 3. Raving Fans…
    Wouldn’t think of going to anybody but you for your particular goods or service.
    Go out of their way to do business with you.
    Love what you do and tell everybody.
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    Raving fans are imperative to the survival of your business.
    So how do you get them?
  • 5. Fortunately, a lot of potential fans are hanging out on social media websites.
    Here’s how you find them.
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  • 6. Social MediaMarketing is -
    Having a profile and participating on social networking sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Your purpose is to connect with your customers on a personal level by offering good information about your area of expertise and just being sociable.
    There’s no hard sell involved.
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  • 7. Have a strategy before you start
    Decide what you want to accomplish before you leap in.
    If your purpose is to first make friends, then raving fans, how will you do that?
    Do you want to give tips, share information, answer customer questions?
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  • 8. Poll Question
    What seems like a reasonable amount of time to spend on social media?
    5 hours a week or more
    2 – 5 hours a week
    Less than 2 hours a week
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  • 9. 3 Ways to Wow Your Customers1. Cultivate2. Engage3. Lead
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  • 10. Cultivate a Following
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  • 11. By Offering Information
    Twitter:
    Provide quality resources relating to your industry or to the following that you are cultivating. Short links to great resources
    Retweet those you follow who share useful resources. People love to see their tweets retweeted.
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  • 12. By Setting Yourself as the Expert
    Facebook:
    Create a Fan Page (Company Page)
    Feed your blog onto your Fan Page
    Highlight customers / fans on your Fan Page
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  • 13. By Asking and Answering
    LinkedIn
    Use the Questions feature to Ask pertinent questions
    Read other questions and give thoughtful answers
    ALWAYS follow up with those who respond to a question or answer
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  • 14. Poll Question
    What strategy seems the best to leverage your Social Media Marketing:
    Using tools to save time (i.e. Post once and it goes to all accounts)
    Immersing yourself in each site, learning its strengths and weaknesses
    Outsourcing parts of your plan to someone else
    Hire an intern to help
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  • 15. Engage Your Followers
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  • 16. By Responding and Interacting
    Twitter:
    Respond to your followers. If they ask a question or make a useful comment, reply.
    Retweet their tweets. Yes this is a repeat but EVERYONE loves to hear / see their name. And if you retweet someone, they’ll pay more attention to you.
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  • 17. By Being Topical
    Facebook:
    Share what you’re working on
    Share what you’re excited about
    Don’t tell people what you’re doing so much as what has your attention (this is for FB and Twitter)
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  • 18. By Participating and Helping
    LinkedIn:
    Participate in groups with your connections. If a connection suggests a group or starts a group, participate. They will be grateful for the help.
    Help others that haven’t been involved for so long. Suggest connections. Give LinkedIn tips as well as specific tips.
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  • 19. Poll Question
    When it comes to marketing your business, what is the biggest obstacle you face?
    Not enough time
    Not enough money
    Not enough manpower (HR)
    Not enough expertise / knowledge
    Too many choices / avenues
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  • 20. Lead . . .
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  • 21. Create and Post Video
    Create a video and put it on YouTube – link to it from Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter
    it doesn’t need to be professional but does need to be thought out
    Show “how to” or “what happened”.
    Show a process
    Show a successful event / service
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  • 22. Use Presentation Tools
    Post Presentations of your information on sites like Slideshare or Google Presentation
    If you don’t have presentations, put one together just like a video
    Keep the focus on quality content but don’t forget to include links / mentions of your site or call to action
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  • 23. Solve problems for your customers
    Use Twitter for your customer service.
    It often takes less time and is far less expensive than a designated call center.
    You make customers aware of your presence by inviting them to follow you.
    It’s good publicity – ask Comcast and General Motors
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  • 24. What’s Next?
    Get started creating your own circle of raving fans.
    Sign up for advancemy.biz, EduCyber’s new internet marketing membership site. Sign up by August 19, 5:00 pm MDT and get ½ off your first two months.
    We have a variety of social media marketing packages available. Call us today at 303-268-2245 or email us at info@educyber.com .
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