Have you had any interactions where your friendships were questioned? Have you questioned someone’s friendships? Were you able to rise above, or did you let your selfish motivations get the better of you?
I’ve run into a few common misconceptions from people who are trying to delve into the world on social media marketing.
What do you think of when you hear the word “hustle”?
Trust, loyalty, and support come from repeated positive experiences that result in an educated judgment call by the consumer that the product, and the business behind it, are trust-worthy, and as a result, worthy of their hard-earned cash.
If you’re wondering about ROI for properly implemented social media…hope this helps put a more concrete picture in your mind as to how it can work for you.
Sometimes, feathers are ruffled for one reason or another. Assumptions are made, conclusions are reached without fact-checking, and bridges are burned.
I usually write about online business, but it’s important to recognize that social media tactics can be applied to brick-and-mortar companies as well.
Help and be helped. Think “What can I do for them?” as well as “What can they do for me?” You’ll be thankful that you did.
See, this is the beauty of social media. One person talks to another, shares ideas with another person, who then shares it with … you.
I have a simple rule that I live by. I treat others as I’d like to be treated, and hope that they do the same. It’s really just that simple.