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William Leeman
Managing Director @ Finley Media Solutions
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4/27/2017 5:56:53 AM 
 

 

I will create a Facebook Business page for you and other social media accounts, handle like and follower creation, promote and market your business on social media and on the ground in my local area/areas I travel to.
 
 


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40Billion Team
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7 Steps to Boost Content Marketing Success

Everyone is busy in creating his own content marketing strategies. Companies have sensed the importance of this form of digital marketing and have been trying their best to create high quality content.

Here are 7 important steps in content marketing that every blog should include. It is a true assumption that the content promotion strategies very much depend on the nature of the business, but the following points can be applied to any kind of content.

1. Shortening the URL:

Everyone wants to track his blogging efforts. People don't want to check analytics at every hour to measure their progress. By shortening the URL of your content, using a link shortening service, you can easily monitor the sharing and clicking information. They also allow you to analyze how many people clicked your link, from which social platform it's been shared and also helps you to see the geographical location of your reader.

2. Share the URL:

No one can deny the importance of brand management; and to cash in on its power, social media is considered to be the best medium. Share your official or even guest blogs on your individual social channels to update your followers.

3. Get Active in Social Media:

People are addicted to numbers. They judge your content efforts through the number of social shares your blog post has acquired. This factor is not completely wrong but it is not the only criteria for judging your content marketing efforts. The best and easiest way to accelerate social sharing figures is by promoting your content in the related social media groups. There are hundreds and thousands of Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn groups available where you may share your links to initiate interaction and engagement.

Social media promotion services like 40Billion.com make this easy by broadcasting and promoting your posts to its large network of several million users across the most popular social networking sites for businesses - including Twitter, LinkedIn, and even Facebook. Innovative services like tweet ads, future retweets and promoted company listings were created for content marketers who want to tap into a growing, active network online without spending thousands on pay-per-click ads or traditional advertising.

4. Social Bookmarking:

Social bookmarking sites still have the potential only when used intelligently. They help us to present our content in front of people who love to read about our industry, products and services. Therefore, this aspect can't be overlooked at all. It holds a very important place in every content promotional campaign.

5. Explore Your Industry:

Propagate your content within your industry and share it with everyone who loves to know about your particular niche.

6. Get Active in Forums:

Forums have a very prominent role in content promotional strategies. They are brilliant sources of building your community and acquiring authority. There are many specialized forums available where you can get social and start contributing. However, one thing should be kept in mind that the real aim is to build authority, as forums have been the top source of spam link building. You don't even need to insert a link in your signature there. Simply participate actively and the results will automatically start to come.

7. Outreach:

This technique can be performed in several ways. You can analyze your competitor's blogs on similar topics by using any of your favorite backlink analyzing tools. Put your link in it and see the blogs that are linking to your competitor's blog; download the data and start outreaching to the prospects one-by-one.

 


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Reposted 4/27/2017 12:38:09 AM 
 

SAY OF THE DAY: : "An eye for an eye and the whole world goes blind." ~ Gandhi
 


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Jayden Chu
Business Development Consultant
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4/26/2017 8:20:25 PM 
 

 

The top three challenges for marketers this year would be new business development, lead quality, and demand and lead generation.This is from the 2015 State of B2B Marketing, a report published by Salesforce that recognizes the important things companies care the most.
 
 


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Anna Lu
Appointment Setting Manager
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4/26/2017 8:02:41 PM 
 

 

Warm leads are the key for a successful sales campaign. B2B telemarketing is the driver to help businesses get those leads.
 
 


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Reposted 4/26/2017 7:03:08 PM 
 

 

How to Promote Your Crowdfunding Project to 2,500,000 People for Only $20

Want to get the word out? Did you know you can broadcast your crowdfunding project or campaign to over 2,500,000 active users on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and 40Billion for only $20, or as little as $5 a day? Buy a tweet ad to promote your message, brand, product, service, fundraising campaign, crowdfunding project, or small business to the world.

Are you trying to raise money on Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or GoFundme? For over 4 years, aspiring crowdfunders and startup entrepreneurs have used 40Billion for affordable promotion across popular social networks in order to reach more potential customers and investors. Buy a tweet ad to get started in 3 easy steps.
 
 


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Harendra Jani
VP at 40Billion.com
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Reposted 4/26/2017 5:38:39 PM 
 

 

Email Marketing Is Still Well And Alive - 5 Reasons

Despite the importance of Social Media, Email Marketing is still the most powerful tool to connect with people. Everyone has at least one email account these days, whether it be for business or personal reasons. According to The Radicati Group, more than 34% of the worldwide population uses emails - Which accounts for nearly 2.5 billion people.

If you're running a real business, email is still the most effective way to universally reach people who have expressed interest in your product or site. For that, it really can't be beaten. Emails can be customized, which allows for a more personalized communication with customers. They are a big part of everyone's lives and are one of the most cost-effective tools a business can use.

Here are 5 reasons that will prove that Email is still well and alive.

1. Email Marketing is cost-effective.
Most importantly, Email Marketing is inexpensive and allows business to reach customers directly. For those on a smaller budget who simply cannot afford to use marketing tools such as TV ads can still reach potential clients or current customers to inform them about offers or changes within the business.

Email Marketing has been around much longer than Social Media and therefore has more users, with over 100 billion emails being sent and received on a daily basis.

And speaking of inexpensive methods of promotion, don't forget online marketing sites. You can visit 40billion.com which is a fastest-growing network of entrepreneurs and crowdfunders. They specialize in promotion of small businesses by broadcasting and promoting to its large network of several million users across the most popular social networking sites for small businesses - including Twitter, LinkedIn, 40Billion, and even Facebook. Innovative services like tweet ads and promoted company listings were created for small entrepreneurs to tap into a growing, active network online without spending thousands on pay-per-click ads or traditional advertising. They also offer crowdfunding promotion and promote crowdfunders and their campaigns/projects.

2. Email Marketing is measurable.
When it comes to email marketing there is no guessing, just real facts and numbers. Any software to compose and send emails will have a tracking device to see who opened your email and whether or not they pressed the link. An analytics tool like that is especially beneficial to understand what works well and what doesn't, it allows for effective adjustments and improvements.

3. Email Marketing reaches mobile customers.
Everyone we know owns a smartphone these days, even kids as young as 10 seem to have one now. Smartphones allow for constant checking of social media platforms, but also emails. Despite the huge interest in social media, the number one performance benefit on a smartphone or a tablet is to be able to access emails with 91%, according to ExactTarget.

4. Email Marketing keeps customers informed.
Individuals have already made the commitment by signing up to your email newsletter, so by sending out a discount code or keeping them updated on your business you can boost engagement and show them that you are thinking of them.

5. Email Marketing is easily customizable.
When posting something on social media you target your whole following audience, whereas with emails you can address the receiver by their name. Additionally, if the subject line includes the customer's name, 22.2% are more likely going to open the email, according to Adestra.

By creating personal emails to the receiver a business has a higher chance of boosting their engagement. There is, of course, a fine line between spamming and keeping customers informed. It is, therefore, beneficial not to send emails out for the sake of it but to keep them informal. Quality over Quantity.


 


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4/26/2017 3:28:48 PM 
 

 


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Reposted 4/26/2017 12:38:08 PM 
 

SAY OF THE DAY: "There is no royal, flower-strewn path to success. And if there is, I have not found it. For if I have accomplished anything in life, it is because I have been willing to work hard." - C.J. Walker
 


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Harendra Jani
VP at 40Billion.com
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4/26/2017 9:52:04 AM 
 

Why Twitter for Small Businesses?

Are you debating whether your small business should invest time on Twitter?

Do you wonder how Twitter can help your business?

By being an active part of the Twitter community and sharing the right mix of content, you can reach a larger audience, generate more leads and become the go-to source when customers are ready to buy.

Twitter has evolved a lot since 2007. It used to be about conversations, but these days some would say it's just another way to push out marketing messages and links without true engagement with customers. Twitter is perfect for small businesses.

Lot of businesses using Twitter to its full potential and cultivating relationships with loyal followers, and those relationships can turn into sales.

Twitter offers businesses of all sizes multiple opportunities to find and convert prospects, but it takes more effort than pushing out scheduled tweets about your products.

It's worth it to invest the time and resources to develop your presence on Twitter. When you do, you'll see more growth and loyalty from customers, as well as more sharing, engagement and leads. Consistent conversations go a long way!

Use following 8 Twitter tips for small businesses.

#1: Use Twitter to Stand Out

Reward Twitter followers with special perks.

#2: Keep Your Followers Interested

With giveaways, business updates information, and promotional offers.

#3: Stick With It

If you're not seeing immediate growth on Twitter, don't give up. As they say, it's not a sprint, it's a marathon. Offer your followers perks to show the company's personality and build trust.

#4: Keep Your Mobile Users in Mind

Are you ever without your smartphone? Probably not-and neither is your audience. Mobile is the way we both market and consume information. Twitter says it was "born mobile". Use Twitter updates to give followers real-time information they can use. Remember to keep your mobile users in mind when using Twitter.

#5: Listen to Your Customers

Have a team in place to monitor and respond to customer questions, compliments, and yes, complaints. Share user generated content to help other customers.

#6: Promote Hard to Find Products

Many small businesses struggle with whether they should be on Twitter. They wonder if it's really the way to reach their customers. Put a twist on regularly stocked products to entice customers to come to your store. Promote your hard to find but popular products to grow a niche following.

And speaking of promotion, don't forget online marketing sites. You can visit 40billion.com which is a fastest-growing network of entrepreneurs and crowdfunders. They specialize in promotion of small businesses by broadcasting and promoting to its large network of several million users across the most popular social networking sites for small businesses - including Twitter, LinkedIn, 40Billion, and even Facebook. Innovative services such as promoted company listings were created for small entrepreneurs to tap into a growing, active network online without spending thousands on pay-per-click ads or traditional advertising. They also offer crowdfunding promotion and promote crowdfunders and their campaigns/projects.

#7: Connect With People Who Need What You Have to Offer

Twitter is the perfect place to search for people who need what you offer and to surprise them with helpful advice.

#8: Use Twitter for Lead Generation

Use Twitter for lead generation by reinforcing its commitment to generating ideas and supporting creativity.

In Conclusion....

Twitter isn't just for big companies or spray-and-pray marketing. Any business can find a place on the platform-the key is conversation. Pay attention to your customers and respond to their questions, compliments and concerns. Keep their attention with fun facts, real-time information and local flavor.

 


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