20 Things You Should Share On Social Media

20 Things You Should Share On Social Media

(excerpt taken from Jeff Bullas article)

YouTube Videos reviewing products or showing how to construct a product for DIY
Photos of events, exhibitions and post them on Flickr
If you are a creative business and create images and art also put them on Flickr or other social media sharing sites
Audio recordings of your online videos put them on your website or blog
PDF documents of offline archived information that is appropriate to put online
Slideshare presentations
Graphs
Infographics Webinars Podcasts
Music if you are a musician
Text format of your video blog posts
Microsoft Office Documents
Notes displaying keypoints from your power point presentations Newsletters
Press releases about your brand
News items about your company
Your Bookmarking such as Delicious, Stumbleupon and Digg Competitions shouldn’t be just advertised on traditional Mass Media but shared via social media ..have a look at Ford’s Fiesta competition
Share your humour.. mix up your serious content with some humorous photo’s, articles and even cartoons

Every one of these different types of content or “digital assets” can be published on multiple social media channels that are appropriate to leverage your content by world of mouth.

via 20 Things You Should Share On Social Media | Jeffbullas’s Blog.

What content are you sharing on social media and can you do it better?

Why Companies Need to be Prepared for Online Criticism

Social media has empowered businesses of all shapes and sizes across almost every industry to raise brand awareness, engage a global audience, boost traffic  and drive sales – when used the right way.

But it’s all about engagement and having a conversation. Social networking by definition implies a two-way relationship and people buy from people, brands need to be prepared to manage the bad with the good. No business model is perfect, and companies make mistakes. Are you ready to deal with the criticism?

Perhaps surprisingly, a recent survey revealed that just 29 percent of companies have a social media strategy in place, and two in five (40 percent) rated themselves as unprepared for online criticism.

Are you?

Selling through Social Media [Infographic]

InsideView‘s new infographic shows how effective social media marketing has become for B2B. I would have liked to have seen some statistics for Pinterest , YouTube and  Google+

The bottom line shows that companies that are using social and blogging platforms are generating more leads and more sales. Here are just a few of amazing stats:

B2B Social Media Tweetable Stats

  • 67%  more leads per month for companies with an active blog.
  • IBM reported a 400% increase in sales tied to social selling.
  • 90% of B2B companies reported using Facebook.
  • 53% of B2B companies reported using Twitter.
  • 47% of B2B companies reported using LinkedIn.
  • 33% of B2B companies reported using a blog.

 

Where has Social Media worked for you? Share your experiences in the comments below