Use Your E-mail Signature to Display Your Fan Page URL
If you’re using e-mail as one of the ways to contact or reach your customers, using your e-mail signature to display your fan page URL will be effective. Having your social media pages URL beneath your e-mail messages or at your signature will make your recipient see it easily and probably click it, which can convert into traffic or a following.
Hot Facebook Marketing Tip:
If you have current events on your social media pages, you might want to include them on your e-mail signature with a call-to-action format.
Example: Want to receive a gift from us? Like us on Facebook!
Get Around the 140-Character Limit on Twitter
Yes, there are tools that save long-winded tweeters, but they really just add a link that takes the reader to a website, out of the stream. Here’s a hack that lets you run long, while keeping your readers right there on Twitter.
First, send a tweet as you normally would … but end it with an ellipsis or a cliffhanger of some kind.
Next, reply to your own tweet! You can do this from your own stream. There’s no need to leave the @mention of yourself in there. Remove it so you don’t look like you’re talking to yourself.
Now, visitors who see the first tweet (or either of them) in your stream can see the full length of the super-long tweet by clicking the View Conversation link. Here’s what it will look like:
Voila! You’ve broken out of the 140-character jail. It’s definitely a hack in the truest sense, but it works!
Andy Crestodina is co-founder of Orbit Media.
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