Social Media Marketing Services

An impressive presence in different social media websites is not an option any longer. Unless you are keeping a track of what is going on in different social media websites about your company, you are sure to find yourself in a tight concern. Moreover, the number of Facebook fans or twittering population is increasing steadily and that means, if you continue to ignore the importance of social media marketing, you are likely to lose a huge amount of traffic. Since social networking is changing its course and topography every now and then, you need to know how to keep things in order or under control so that you can make the most of it.

Social Media Marketing Strategy
Facebook/Twitter/Flickr/YouTube – Setup/enhance and Promotion
Weekly Facebook/Twitter/Flickr/YouTube management and Updates
Facebook/Twitter/Flickr- Custom Landing Page Design
Facebook – geo targeted friend/ fan seeding
Twitter/YouTube – Custom Back Ground Design
Twitter – Friend Seeding
Facebook/Twitter – Social Profile Directory Submission
LinkedIn – Company Page / Group Set-up
Brand/Company Protection – Reserve Username
Squido Lens
Wikis Promotion
Press Release – writing/Submission
Video Creation/Optimization/Submissions

Free SEO Tools

Social Bookmarking
Blog Set-up and Design
Blog Social Media Promotion
Blog Search Engine Optimization
Blog Commenting
Weekly Blog Posts
RSS distribution
Blogger Outreach
Brand Reputation and Community Monitoring
Podcasts integration and promotion
Rating and Reviews (Ex: Yelp)
Photo sharing and Presentation
Digg promotion
Yahoo, Yeda and LinkedIn Answers (Q/A)
Social Web Applications
Comprehensive Reports
Email/Phone Support
One time Investment / Monthly Management
Social Profile Creation on Secondary sites:

StumedUpon
MySpace
Reddit
delicious
200+ others…

social media trend among the youth Local Search Marketing

Specialist digital marketing agency Digital Clarity (www.digital-clarity.com) on Tuesday published a survey of 1,300 British mobile internet users below the age of 25 which showed that most use a mobile device to talk to friends about the show they are watching.

Where is social media headed? What is important to learn about now so that we feel like we’re “in the know” six months down the road?  Although everyone and their uncle is doing or will be doing 2011 prognostication pieces, I’m jumping into the fray and offering my own predictions and a bit of analysis on where we’re headed as we close out the final six weeks of 2010

Therefore, what’s happening in Facebook is that consumers are turning off brands posting to their walls, using Friends lists to pay close attention only to their “real” friends, and commenting on or sharing only when something is really juicy.   In Twitter, a company called Cadmus aims to change the way we view our streams by determining what content is most relevant to you based on your Twitter usage patterns.  Other tools, such as Paper.li and Flipboard (for iPad), also curate Twitter, primarily based on content popularity, and make that content much more reader-friendly.

Entertainment checkin services are changing the way we watch television. Mobile loyalty applications are helping us connect the dots between our real-world shopping behaviors and digital rewards. A new breed of Q&A services are changing the way we search. Barcode scanning applications are making products social, and deal-of-the-day sites are giving us ways to save by recruiting our friends to the party.