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10 everyday decisions for social media success

10 everyday decisions for social media success

Every day we make hundreds of decisions. Most are so mundane that we don’t even think about them.

Things like deciding to hit the snooze button, what shoes to wear, which bathroom stall to enter.

I would hope that our business decisions take a bit more consideration.

What decisions and choices can you make daily that will impact your social media relationships, activities, and business results?

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Here are 10 ideas:
1. Decide to stretch yourself. Mentally and emotionally. The results will appear in every area of your life, including online.

2. Decide to join a new chat or online group that can help you learn more about your industry.

3. Decide to share useful information from someone else, because it’s that good.

4. Decide to “like” at least five Facebook business pages that have helped you.

5. Decide to listen and observe more than you type. It’s OK to be a fly on the social media wall.

6. Decide to work your lists, categorizing people with mutual interests and industries, and getting rid of those who you never interact with. Keep those who fit your ‘ideal client’ profile.

7. Decide to respond to every comment or post on your blog or profile pages, and write meaningful and relevant comments on other posts and walls. This does not mean, “Great post, I really liked it.”  Decide that mediocrity is for someone else.

8. Decide to think and add value to every interaction. Hint: This also works in real life.

9. Decide to find your voice. If you want to be a mime, go to the French Quarter in New Orleans.

10. Decide to be the most enthusiastic, sincere, and helpful person in the world.

Bonus: Decide to use this list as a guideline for your entrepreneurial success this year!

4 Comments to “10 everyday decisions for social media success”

  1. I love the idea about liking pages that have helped you. So often businesses have the tendency to shun others in their industry in hopes of seeming alone in the products or services that they offer. What this really does is isolate them from the market and make the potential customer wonder why they aren’t innovating or collaborating with others to achieve the best possible outcomes. It’s definitely crucial to support others in your industry, especially those who have helped you in the past.

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  2. This is a great list. I like the ‘type less, read (listen) more. I love replying to comments on my blog. I’ve lost interest in some blogs where there is no personal interaction. Also, it’s so important to make connections with others in your topic area and support and promote each other. Thanks for this post!

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