In the beginning, I felt like I was in the middle of a sales pitch. I felt like I had to “convince” the client to buy my product or service. There were many times when I felt like I was being a salesperson and I didn’t understand why my product or service was receiving so much attention. I felt like I was doing something wrong.
In the beginning, I thought that marketing was such a huge part of sales when I worked at a company. I had no idea how much marketing actually took place in a typical sales job. I felt like I was on the sales team with no idea what we were selling or how to sell it.
With the advent of social media, I realized the true power of social media marketing. It’s not just about writing a post or sending out a Facebook message. It’s about connecting with your customers and making them feel special. It’s not just about sending an email out to your customers. There’s so much more to it.
Scube marketing is a term coined by an industry insider to refer to any social media marketing strategy that makes sense for the business. I actually think it’s a good term to describe the way social media marketing works in real life because it means that you don’t spend so much time spamming your customers, but instead, using social media to build relationships with them. You get to know them and then you can be your customer’s friend, too.
With email marketing, you get your customers so you can keep in touch with them. With social media marketing you get to know them, and then you can do the same thing to them. Its an email marketing strategy that works.
With email marketing though, your customers don’t actually buy all the product, they just send you the link and you can do something with it. With social media marketing though, you are actually spending more time building relationships with them, and that is a good thing. With social media marketing though, you might actually have someone like us emailing you for products or services, and you can actually see the difference.
It’s actually really easy to get on Facebook- and it’s really easy to get on Twitter- and they’re all great ways to build relationships with people who you already know. With social media marketing though, you might actually have somebody like us emailing you for products or services, and you can actually see the difference.
Like Facebook and Twitter, Facebook and Twitter also show you the difference between people you know and people you don’t know, which makes it easier to build relationships. When you create a relationship with someone already like you, you usually know they’ll return the favor and tell you if their friends are being nice to them or not. Even if the person you know you a friend with doesn’t always reciprocate the favor back, you can still build trust and friendship with them.
This is called “social proof.” If your friends know you, they can’t do anything about you. By the same token, if you know your friends, they can’t do anything about you. When you trust your friends, they feel like they can do something about you.
So how do you know if someone is being nice to you or not? Well, its simple. They say something nice about you. This is called a compliment. They may not be able to reciprocate a compliment but they will compliment you anyway. If your friends compliment you, you are more likely to compliment them back.