Category: Know – Like – Trust
In today’s world, we must tend to our network of contacts like we would tend to a garden. Many relationships will grow and blossom, while some will inevitably languish on the vine. Either way, it’s vital to lay a sturdy foundation of social networking, which can help you celebrate successes and overcome obstacles that seem insurmountable.
The more people you know and the more people who know, like and trust you, the more business you will have.
On the 4th episode of The PR Maven® Podcast, Nancy spoke to Drew McLellan, who owns and runs the Agency Management Institute (AMI) about how social media has changed their industries.
Personal branding is key to building any business. Nancy describes it as putting a stake in the ground for what you believe. If people like what you stand for, they will become a brand ambassador or fan. You can use these personal relationships to build your network and your brand, for your company or for yourself, and social media has become a powerful tool in brand building.
In the 5th episode of The PR Maven Podcast, Stefa Normantas discussed the importance of building relationships for your business.
In business, having a personal brand that includes dependability is critical to earning people’s trust and loyalty. Be the one that other people can count on.
Here are 10 tips to help you make the most of networking in our wonderful state.
Knowing, liking and trusting others, and being known, liked and trusted, is what personal branding is all about.
Elements of a Conversational Marketing Campaign: As with any marketing strategy, a comprehensive approach will generate far more results than putting all of your eggs into one basket. Following is a list of standard marketing strategies we’ve approached from the conversational marketing perspective:
Though the basic principles of conversational marketing have remained unchanged, technology has vastly extended its reach. We can now communicate across the globe at light speed. People are talking again. Social media has enabled us to exchange opinions about anything, from our favorite brand of ice cream to the President’s performance, for the world to read.