12 Sep Social Media Posts That Are Igniting- 9/12
Here are the top social media picks for the week. Enjoy 🙂
Marshall Kirkpatrick from Read Write Web answers the question on how to use social media to reach people who “don’t use social media”. He includes simple ways to transition these people over, while debunking the myth that some people are unreachable by this medium.
I love this video made by EA Sports in response to a YouTube video. It’s a great use of social media for a brand, and I think the points that Valeria Maltoni make in regards to this are perfect. 🙂
The best viral ideas are quirky and fun. Proof: awesome video created by Slate (and posted here by Amanda Gravel).
Darren Rowse gives some insight into growing your online forum community. Although email is not always the best community outreach strategy (mainly because people are inundated with annoying spam), Darren’s post gives great advice on who to outreach to and why.
So you have started your blog, made a few friends on facebook, and followed a few people on twitter but it doesn’t seem to be drawing any traffic. Don’t give it up yet. As Cohen writes (and we have said) you have to stick with different sites to get results!
Corvida pulls together a valuable list of Ubiquity commands in this post. The list has a great variety of verbs that any hard core Ubiquity user should check out.
Wendy’s “viral” attempt is dissected by Emily York from Adage. She notes the campaign cost only 25k vs. a typical TV spot costing around 300k