The New Rules of Marketing and PR shows you how to leverage the potential that Web-based communication offers your business. Finally, you can speak directly to customers and buyers, establishing a personal link with the people who make your business work.
This new second edition paperback keeps you up-to-date on the latest trends.
- New case studies and current examples are included to illustrate the very latest in marketing and PR trends.
- Completely updated to reflect the latest marketing and PR techniques using social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube
- Includes a step-by-step action plan for harnessing the power of the Internet to communicate directly with buyers, increase sales, and raise online visibility
- David Meerman Scott is a renowned online marketing strategist, keynote speaker and the author of World Wide Rave, from Wiley
The New Rules of Marketing and PR, Second Edition gives you all the information you need to craft powerful and effective marketing messages and get them to the right people at the right moment-at a fraction of the price of a traditional marketing campaign.
Social Media Marketing Top Seven
Amazon-exclusive content from author David Meerman Scott
1. Target a specific audience. Create a page that reaches an audience that is important to your organization. It is usually better to reach a small niche market than try to go large. 2. Be a thought leader. Provide valuable and interesting information that people want to check out. It is better to show your expertise in a market or at solving a buyer’s problems than to blather on about your product. 3. Create lots of links. Link to your own sites and blog, and those of others in your industry and network. Everybody loves links—it makes the Web what it is. You should certainly link to your own stuff from a social networking site (like your blog), but also link to other people’s sites and content in your own market. 4. Encourage people to contact you. Make it easy for people to reach you online, and be sure to follow up personally on your fan mail. 5. Participate. Create groups and participate in online discussions. Become an online leader and organizer. 6. Make it easy to find you. Tag your page and add your page into the subject directories. Encourage others to bookmark your page with del.icio.us and DIGG. 7. Experiment. These sites are great because you can try new things. If it isn’t working, tweak it. Or abandon the effort and try something new. There is no such thing as an expert in social networking—we’re all learning as we go!