This is NOT a Social Media and the Law post. It is a post on some of the nuggets of practical wisdom that I gathered from the lunch and would like to share. I also feel this gives you some of that business perspective I was mention in my posts as a JD who has his MBA.
They are the following, in no particular order of priority:
Thanks to social media EVERY business is a technology business, you will use it some aspect;
always thanks to social media your customers OWN your brand – they have become self-publishers;
because of the prior two points, LISTEN to your customers;
in fact, use them as informal discussion and research group on new marketing plans;
ask your customers who they think your competitors are for defining your brand;
if you get a negative review on Yelp or the like, it’s good thing – gives you an opportunity to show how you respond and change;
use video, there are some great apps on smartphones that you can upload to your Youtube account;
be more personal, less cookie-cutter in your usage of social media;
if you cannot compete on price, location, and the like – compete on YOU, make sure your customer/clients like working with you;
always update and double–check your links, dead links help no one.
As a solopreneur I don’t know if I will get to make use of all these ideas, but I definitely think that any business, great or small should definitely think about these things and it offers a great starting point.
See you on Monday or Tuesday next week when I continue discussing evidentiary matters in the context of Social Media.
/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/hb-logo_websiteheader.png00Ryan K. Hew/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/hb-logo_websiteheader.pngRyan K. Hew2011-07-22 16:50:062011-07-22 16:50:06Sharing Some Great Advice: Social Media Usage