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5 Truths About Social Marketing Have you the right expectations for your social marketing? I ask because often when I am holding social marketing workshops, I can sense that expectations are either too high or too low. So either.... Their expectations are too high because they see social marketing as the answer to all their prayers. Their expectations are too low because they use it as a communication method rather than a customer relationship tool. The truth about social marketing is that you get out of social media what you put in....just like friendships in real life. (Tweet this) The truth about social marketing is that without a specific goal that links into your business strategy, you will be busy but you will not be effective. The truth about social marketing is that the tools may be easy to use but this ease of use is only useful if you have put in the hard yards of understanding what you want to achieve, who you want to reach and how to reach out to those customers. The truth about social marketing is that it is a shop window into your brand personality; if there is nothing behind the window it won't work. The truth about social marketing is that it needs long term investment not short term frenzied actions; loyalty cannot be bought, only grown over time. (Tweet this) It is the expectation of the customer that is vital NOT the expecation you have for your sales. Here is a little Bob-o-graphic to remind you that social marketing is not a quick fix, however it can help you fix the right social mindset for the digital age. (Tweet this)

Anna Farmery

Social Marketing Architect, Speaker, Author and in spare time completing PhD on the future of the social business model

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