3 Tips for Marketing Your Startup Through Social Media

As technology continues to progress and become a larger and larger part of everyday life, the ability to harness it and social media to promote your company, your product, and your brand is going to become more and more important when it comes to being successful. Social media is become more and more important and when it comes to network and multi level marketing, the ability to tap into all of your connections is what is going to separate the successful from the unsuccessful. Here are three important tips for harnessing your social media network so that you can use it best for marketing your company and your products.social media marketing cloud, robert proctor

  1. Social network marketing relies on communication: The biggest and most important part of marketing through social media is communication and engagement. Simply creating a social media profile, throwing links on it, and hoping for the best won’t go very far towards helping grow your business. You need to not only engage with clientele and other profiles, but you need to get people to want to engage and communicate with you. This open channel of communication, one that goes both ways, is vital in getting the engagement that will eventually lead to an increase in business and, ideally, profit.
  2. It will probably cost money: Unfortunately, the old saying “you need to spend money to make money” is still applicable when it comes to social media and marketing through your various online profiles (because you should definitely have more than just one profile on a single platform). While social media marketing isn’t necessarily expensive, the more money you spend to get your content across various platforms and in front of multiple eyes means that you’ll most likely up the engagement you will get and the amount of eyes that are reading what you have to say and buying what you have to sell.
  3. You very well may never go viral: The dream for everyone on social media is to suddenly find the content that you’re creating and putting out there is going viral and reaching hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of views from across the country and the world. The truth is that this very well probably won’t happen to you. BUT, that doesn’t mean that your content is going to waste! You don’t need to go viral to see your content change the way people perceive and interact with your business. As long as the content that you’re creating is high-quality and helping those who are searching within that niche, you’ll see a difference in your business and the amount of customers that you have.

These are just some tips to help you leverage your existing networks (and newly created ones) to help improve you business. If you’d like to read more, the link is here.

For Direct Sellers, More Emails Means More Money

Emails are a tricky business, especially when it comes to business. As many people involved with both direct marketing and multi level marketing know from personal experience, spam emails can inspire feelings ranging from rage to disgust to resignation. Even sellers know how obnoxious unwanted emails can be; after all, they’re people just like everyone else. However not all emails are unwanted and many people can speak from personal experience about how emails can offer things that you never even knew you wanted. Hence, emails can be both good and bade. They are a double edged knife that needed to be treated carefully so that they can be used effectively without crossing into the realm of annoyance.robert proctor multisoft, robert proctor, florida, multisoft

A recent study by Return Path, a company focusing on email analytics and helping businesses, shows that most MLM and direct selling marketers are erring on the side of caution when it comes to the number of emails they are sending in the effort to move products and produce more business. Return Path looked at over 600,000 email users and found some interesting information about both the people who complain the most as well as the people who buy the most. It turns out, that they are one and the same. The people who complain the most about emails to do with selling and sales are also the ones who read the most emails and, ironically enough, buy the most from these emails. This means that the most vocal opponents of this form of direct selling are also some of the best customers.

The study found that most people say that 5 emails a week from a single marketer regarding marketing and products are ok with them. While that seems like a lot of emails to most, the study shows that this is the most you can send to maximize your sales while minimizing how annoying people see you or your business. This is great news for everyone out there involved with direct selling and multi level marketing who were wondering what the prime number of emails to send is. Now that you know, go ahead and send those emails!

If you’d like to read more, the link is here.