Social Media Policies To Help Drive Over 36 Million Pageviews

by Jeff Cryder Jr. on June 21, 2010

As an Online Marketer with a 7-year background in social media engagement and search engine optimization, Neal Rodriguez speaks about the People Media Movement in the below video.

What Is the People Media Movement?

A campaign in which aims to eradicate technological barriers posed by digital networks that stop brands from communicating with their target communities.

Neal explains, “We move to facilitate such communication through education on the uses of communication tools on digital networks, and working in part with development teams administrating the social networks”.

Neal also explains what you can do to enhance your page views with tips on how to connect with people you want to target as well as those that share the same passion for Social Media, such as ” Top Influencer’s”. In the video, Neal also shares his three basic steps for you to succeed in your campaign to ultimate success.

Although, he can help you with these tips, he also encourages you to customize it and to put forth the work.

“Different rules for different tools, different strokes for different folks” Neal says, in order for you to create your own strategy.

Ultimately, Neal suggests for you to always keep the most important factor of your Social Media strategy in mind.

“You are dealing and communicating with people, not tweets, not diggs, not stumbles, not up votes, not re-tweets, not direct messages, but people.” ~Neal Rodriguez

You can voice your comments and opinions below or here, Social Media Policy!

Thank you to Neal and the Huffingtonpost

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

K. Smith June 22, 2010 at 2:36 am

Exactly, you are writing to people not tweets and people decide whether or not they want to click that link to hear more of what you have to say.

Erin Ryan June 22, 2010 at 11:05 am

Hi K!

Thank you for your comment! That was my favorite part when he demystifies what tools are and reminds us that those are just tools, that in fact we are speaking with people. Loved it!

Socially Yours,
Erin Ryan

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