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Influencer Outreach & Content Marketing Platform for Brands, SEO Agencies and Growth Hackers.
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We're full of energy & ready to jump into the last day of and really looking forward to learning from Don't forget to grab a 🆓 t-shirt from our booth & learn how to ensure that all your outreach emails won't be ignored
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👏👏👏Today is the day! 🗣️ During our with will be discussing how to spot 👽 low-quality 🔗links that could harm your 📈 SEO visibility. Find a list of questions below 👇👇👇
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Awww! Thanks for sharing guys! 🥰
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Replying to @paper_li
Thank you, , for another great chat! ❤️
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That’s actually a great point. It’s so good when a community is supportive, when you can just be human there.
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A8. Haha recently stumbled upon the community - they are so great :) But coming back to digital marketing, I think ’ and ’s communities are great. Lots of value and great conversations. And of course you, guys! ➡️
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Great, indeed! Sadly, when it comes to creating a roadmap, an actual set of tasks to achieve it, it ain’t that easy at all :/
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An echo chamber!!! It’s a gem!
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Replying to @paper_li
A7. I think that the best thing is a self-organized community. It should be appreciated and cherished. Inactive community that needs constant poking is a shame on your social media manager.
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Replying to @B2the7 @paper_li
Sure thing!
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Replying to @paper_li
A6. I’d say it’s about the social listening tools.
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Replying to @B2the7 @paper_li
Hi Bernie! You’re so right about commenting back. I’d also add doing it promptly, while the user is in the mood to continue the conversation. If you respond in a few days when the SMM manager gets to the task, that might be useless.
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Replying to @itstamaragt @paper_li
I think that’s more about Twitter communities. On other channels the mechanics are slightly different. But yeah, that’s absolutely right on the principle.
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Replying to @Synthesio @paper_li
Yeah, absolutely. A strong personality attracts people, even for brands. Voiceless merchants looking you in the eyes puppy-ishly - don’t.
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Replying to @paper_li
A5. Have a voice. Define what kind of message you want to be broadcasting as a brand. Find your TA. Reveal where they hang out. Create a community in that channel. Provide value. Start discussions. Be human.
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Capitalize on what’s already out there. Smart! Hey, buddy!
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Replying to @Synthesio @paper_li
I think you’re all correct about the methods, but forget about the main thing: before you find the right words to put your message into, you need to have something to say. Many brands lack that. They have nothing to say really but “buy from us!”
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Replying to @paper_li
A4.2 After you define your voice and values, think about the overlap thst you have there with your TA. Think about where they are. Very often it makes no sense to start a FB group if your TA hangs out on Reddit, like it happens to a lot of open-source software comps.
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Replying to @paper_li
A4. You need to have a voice and define your values as a brand. A lot of companies skip this step and solely focus on their target audiences wishes and desires. That leaves you shallow and voiceless. And people don’t like that. A brand should have a personality.
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Replying to @paper_li
A3. Connecting with the alike minded people is beneficial for everyone. You can learn from each other, validate each other as you share the same values in a judgement-free space. Basically, that’s the foundation of a good community.
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