5 Things That Trigger People to Contribute in a Community

 

 

Okay, so you have your social community, now what? How do you keep them active and engaged day after day? this post from David Splinks discusses why you need to focus on the 1-10% and outline 5 things that trigger people to contribute in a community.

via Build Better Communities with these 5 Contributor Triggers « The Community Manager.

A Three-step Global Social Media Marketing (SMM) Agenda

3 Step Social Media Marketing Agenda

  1. Social Media Standardization
  2. Enhancements/Optimization
  3. Targeted Engagement/Social Apps

When implementing a global SMM strategy it is important to take into consideration the resources that will be needed. In most cases you will need to rely on a number of teams to get your plan rolled out. Since you are relaying on the resources of graphic teams, IT, editors, marketing and overall priorities set by management it is best to follow a plan that can scale and adjust during a 6 month time schedule.

Remember, if social sharing integration that is needed to increase followers, fans and likes gets slotted into an IT plan for next quarter, you want to have other components that can be immediately implemented by your social media team. Some of those elements could be Social Media Guidelines and Policies or Publishing and Scheduling plans.

5 tips for creating social media messages

I came across this today from gaggleamp and thought I’d share. These are 5 tips that you should remember when creating your messages. The last one I find to be the one most people forget. Remember that new users are following or liking your pages every day and they most likely have not seen what you’ve posted months before. Reuse that content. Of course with a little twist.

    1. Think drip campaigns.
    2. Incorporate numbered lists.
    3. Share value-add information from others.
    4. Use controversial statements.
    5. Re-use messages.

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