Social Experiment

The Science of Social Media

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Using Compliance in Influence Marketing

Breaking the ice or getting your foot in the door is a common technique in sales and negotiation for getting someone to agree to a large request by first convincing them to acquiesce to a small request. Like reciprocity, this phenomenon, called compliance operates on the theory that once you get them to agree with you, it’ll be harder to disagree with you later on. Continue Reading

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How To Use Social Currency To Create Infectious Messaging

Infectious Messaging…sounds like you’re talking about the plague or ebola and the concept is the same. Infectious means it’s likely to spread or influence others in a rapid manner. When it comes to messaging, you want your ideas to spread like a viral wildfire. Continue Reading

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Customer Avatar Series: Joe’s Pain Points and Objections

The final component of your ideal customer avatar is taking a look at their pain points and challenges. This section will drive new product and service development for your brand as well as show where your content creation and live streaming creative will compel your customer to action. Continue Reading

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The Importance of Consistent Messaging

We’ve all heard the adage; the squeaky wheel gets the grease. But did you know that it works the same for consistent messaging on your social media platforms? Consistent messaging leads to increased leads, conversions, and revenue!

So why do so many of us have a hard time staying consistent? Continue Reading

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How To Calculate Your Customer Acquisition Costs

Now that you’ve calculated your Customer Lifetime Value (see How To Calculate Your Customer’s Lifetime Value from November 29th), you can take the next step to calculate your Customer Acquisition Costs.

Your Customer Acquisition Cost is necessary to know to build a solid strategy or know how many impressions you need to meet your new customer goals. Continue Reading

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Developing Your Ideal Avatar

When marketing any product or service, one of the first things you should do is develop a customer avatar or an ideal customer that will embody your buyer persona and give you a target to use when developing your marketing efforts. Continue Reading

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With Everything At Your Customer’s Fingertips, How Do You Stand Out?

When I was in high school, I remember looking through my Seventeen magazine, wishing that I could find that one pair of featured jeans, but being unable to locate them in my rural town. So it’s a significant change, that my daughter, looking through her Seventeen magazine can now simply jump online and purchase anything she likes in a few short moments. Continue Reading

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Stop Selling And Start Teaching Your Audience

Every morning I sit down at the computer in my cozy home office with my Chai Tea in hand and do what Tim Ferriss tells me not to do–I check my email.

What I find in my infinitely stuffed inbox is email after email promising to show me something revolutionary. Continue Reading

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