80 Rules of Social Media You Need to Heed
80 Rules of Social Media
mighty media group
Social media marketing is evolving. In 2009, there were no rules, just experiments. In 2013, Jeremy Waite published his list of 80 Rules of Social Media that we thought was pretty damn clever. Social media marketing gets brought up in every meeting I have these days and last week was no exception as we launched new client relationships and projects in Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney. As more B2B and professional service companies lean in to the digital divide it’s now more exciting than every to lead the way in convergent marketing strategies and digital sales enabling.
It’s no surprise that every client we work with wants to deliver better online communication that is going to rock the socks off their online visitor, friend, or fan and convert them into leads and ultimately customers. Social media marketing is not silver bullet, but incorporated in a holistic digital approach has significant and lasting benefits that have been proven time and time again. We know you love conversations and feel they are necessary, but what you really want are customers and commerce. (We do too, hence why we iterate business goals and ROI in every meeting!)
Whilst culling through my morning inbox, I somehow stumbled upon this infographic by UK Marketer Jeremy Waite and I HAD to share it. Titled “80 Rules of Social Media”, it’s a pin board of top tips from one of my favourite authors. It made my day and I hope you will snicker, laugh and grin and rethink your marketing with the help of this little gem!
Now that social media marketing is finally being integrated into traditional mixes, we’d like to give you as much thought leadership as we can on the topic and nothing quite tops it like this one does! Which one of these 80 Rules of Social Media Marketing have you broken?
About the Author
Stephenie Rodriguez founded Mighty Media Group, a leading data-driven digital, mobile and social marketing strategy and solutions firm, in 2004 and is currently the company’s Chief Executive Officer. She is also the former publisher of Ocean Drive Magazine (Australia), a speaker and futurist on all aspects of social technology, an evangelist of engagement, and has advised companies including SSP – The Food Travel Experts, Austereo, JR/DutyFree, Radar Group of Companies, Transfield, Allied Mills, ClubMed, AIATSIS, Income Solutions, Bayer (Berocca), Toyota, Mercedes Benz, and the UN FAO. You’re likely to find her Tweeting here @digitalgodess or present at events such as #SXSWi, #TFWA, #Tedx and #SocialBiz.