A lil about the Social Mobile Media Marketing Diva

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Talented, creative and engaging Social Mobile  Media Marketing Diva with a primary focus on social shopping.  A self –starter  who is constantly immersed in every aspect of Social Media, Social Media Marketing, SMS Marketing and the habits of Social Shoppers; who utilizes the latest multi-channel, feature rich, communication technology (i.e. Mobile Text, IM, Email, Social networks, Blogs), to build customers Social Media Brand Identity.

Friday, September 16, 2011

Learn how to be more Tweetastic with these 5 Tantalizing Twitter Engagement Tricks!

Engaging your followers on Twitter can sometimes be elusive at best but hopefully after giving a few of our twitter engagement tricks a try, your followers will think you are Tweetastic!

Now we all know that the “Twitterverse” can be fickle and that to be considered one of the “Tweetastic” people you need to have an ever evolving twitter strategy. As previously discussed in my free Twitter e-book “The SocialMMMDiva’s Twitter Tips & Tricks”, people like to follow tweeters who provide interesting, innovative, useful and engaging content. How do you do all that and stand out from the crowd, you ask? Simple take the time to listen to your followers and then develop your brand’s twitter strategy!

I know you are saying great SocialMMMDiva is going to give us one of those fluff you can do kind of posts and are ready to click off but hold on a sec and I’ll get to the “details” of it all…are ya ready??

Here we go……

Be useful provide your followers with informative and interesting links to great new twitter tools, like tweetreach and twylah.

Be engaging include a call to action or conversational starting comment in each tweet.

Be creative while developing a social engagement strategy for a client recently I came across all kind of ideas from in real life twitter events like “Taste & Tweet” or “Tweet & Toast’s to virtual book clubs and authors hosting “chirptours”.

Be innovative I’ve recently created and hosted “Twirting Tips”, “Tweet Twivia” & “Tweet Scramble” events for a few of my clients.

Be consistent set a posting schedule consisting of the various strategies that you will be using so that your followers will know when to expect to receive useful information or partake in your weekly twitter game or challenges!

Once you have implemented these things into your bag of “Twitter Tricks” your followers just may add you to their list of “Tweetastic” people!

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

How do you get your customers to use your business without thinking? "Habit Marketing", that's how!

At the beginning of the month I had the pleasure of having Sprint's Doug Rossier on my BTR show Social Mobile Media Marketing Tips & Tricks with the SocialMMMDiva to talk about his pet marketing concept "Habit Marketing". Habit Marketing is the belief that American consumers are creatures of habit. Basically as small business owners you need to learn what is import to your customers and how they go about using those items. Then build habit forming marketing campaigns around that!

"The Samsung Instinct was designed to be habit forming. Inspired by pioneering work by Dr. Neale Martin, Sprint and Samsung created the Instinct interface from the bottom up to work the way your brain works." States- Doug Rossier, Sprint Instinct Marketing Lead.

Innovative marketing concept is being used by companies like "Starbucks" and Apple in the development phase of new products! Look at how addictive the new Ipad is for it's users and not to mention we all want a cup a joe while using it! So take a listen or sit down and have a looksy at the book...whatever's your pleasure just figure out how to make your product habit forming.

To find out more about Neale's book"Habit: the 95% of Behavior Marketers Ignore" go to Neale Martin's website

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Be sure to check Doug out at the "Force of Habit:How the Unconscious Mind Drives 95% of Customer Behavior", one day seminar. Doug will be participating in a panel discussion addressing translating habit insights into results (See the flyer below for more information).