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Social Media Strategies ROI

How’s your Social Media ROI? Are your strategies working for you?

Watch this video and see how businesses are using Social Media to grow their business exponentially with effective Social Media Strategies that work.

Written January 7th, 2010 by | 7 Comments | Filed under: Blog Tips, Business Tips, Social Media Tips, Videos ,

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  1. I’ve given up on Social Media since the ROI is well…… 0. Besides, if you do make the frontpage of social sites such as Digg, people will be interested only in that article and not view something else. your average pageviews, time on site will drop while bounce rate will go up, making you feel like you did something wrong.

    But that may be the nature of the gaming industry about which I blog. I still prefer building a community over everything else. Believe it or not, if you respond to comments and make the reader feel like a part of your site, it is better than 1,000 visitors. I’ve tried this recently and with a handful community of ~ 25 gamers, Ive noticed my site go up 300% in Alexa rankings. Im not making it up, check my Alexa rank.

    However, when I stopped caring about readers (I made that mistake in early 2009), my blog dropped from the top 100,000 to 1,000,000. One downside is that regular readers rarely click on Adsense ads, or that might be because most of my readers are tech-savvy.

    And if you don’t get comments, don’t lose heart. People rarely leave a comment, unless you’ve pissed them off or have developed a sense of relationship with the reader - the reason for this comment :). Instead average time on site and page views are my most important factor - and yes the monthly paychecks. :D

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    Reply by: BLOGBloke at 5:40 am said...

    @Mushfiqur, as always you are beyond your years in maturity and knowledge my friend.

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  2. This is very useful post for the people who are running website or having online business. Social Media Strategies are good for business. Thanks for this video post. Keep posting.


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  3. Watch this video and see how businesses are using Social Media to grow their business http://www.blogbloke.com/social-media-strategies-roi/

  4. See how businesses are using Social Media Strategies that really work http://bit.ly/6Ps9IW

  5. @Mushfiqur, as always you are wise beyond your years. http://bit.ly/65IAG5

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