Influence through Social Media Marketing

Social Influence

Whether you realize it or not, if you belong to a social media network of any sort, you have some kind of influence. There is a never-ending flow of information that travels within these social media sites, causing people and brands to compete for consumer influence by relying on the magic of “sharing”. In order to get more shares, you must first gain popularity in the digital world. Of course, being ‘popular’ within your network communities doesn’t mean you will have a high influence in your industry.

It’s no secret that social media has given so many opportunities to share content on a much larger scale than ever thought possible if you look back even only a couple of years ago. I don’t think anyone could’ve imagined social media marketing being as influential as it is today. News, opinions and product reviews are always being shared and posted on social networks such as YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter and of course Facebook.

By targeting the appropriate audience, people are able to use these sites and others to promote their content, engage consumers and build up their online reputation. Twitter especially helps spread brand awareness on the Internet and within industries being as it is currently one of the fasted growing social networks out there.

All social technologies connect people and businesses as well as reduce the chances for marketplace exploitation. Marketing on the web exposes the good and the bad of most brands and people, sometimes without our knowledge or consent. In order for you to drown out the bad though you need to make sure that your brand shines brighter than the rest and you engage more than your competitor as well as post more interesting content.

In order to be successful in marketing with social media, you have to make sure that your social project doesn’t evolve into some sort of basic marketing campaign. You want to ensure that you reach your goes through collaborative association with customers so that your reach doesn’t die down after only a short period of time.

Takara Alexis

Takara Alexis is a Search Engine Optimization Specialist. A former Briarcliff College paralegal student, she is responsible for the development and management of article marketing and for continued link building strategies for fishbat’s clients. Takara is an enthusiastic Yankees fan, enjoys reading and listening to good music.

7 thoughts on “Influence through Social Media Marketing

  1. Takara, you’re right about “post more interesting content”… You need to establish trust in order to gain influence on social media. There are also free tools “in1″ that can help. is a platform that helps businesses to easily leverage Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn and Facebook. Tweeting can be very time consuming. Tools like in1 enable sharing across multiple social networks with a single post.

  2. A certain social media site can create positive influence on its audience by the way they maintain their website and engage with their users. Post good and helpful content which people can apply to their daily lives. Building rapport with your audience.

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