Effectively managing social media takes time—a lot of time. But fear not! There are great tools to help take the burden off of today’s businesses. Our August 27 webinar will describe one of them.
Social media has become increasingly important to today’s businesses. But why? Because it’s a great way to keep your business top of mind with existing customers, as well as find new ones.
According to HubSpot, 80% of marketers indicate that social media efforts have increased traffic to their websites. Similarly, CMO.com surveys found that 54% of B2B marketers have generated leads from social media. So the bottom line is: you can’t afford not to be active on social media these days. The trick then becomes to make sure you’re staying consistent with sharing information and engaging your audience.
That’s where Hootsuite comes in! Hootsuite is a social media dashboard where you can manage and publish on multiple social media platforms, all in once from one concise dashboard. The tool enables you to stay on top of all your social media platforms, without having to login to each account individually. Save time by centralizing all of your social media activity, engagements and posts!
At our upcoming webinar, Martin Lieberman—a known Hootsuite Ambassador and social media expert—will:
We encourage you to register for this fast-paced, highly informative event. You’ll learn tips and techniques that will really help you grow your business and streamline your social media efforts.
Date: August 27, 2015
Time: 11am ET
A.J. Kriete ia a Partner Marketing Manager that works with North America based OpenEdge Partners to help them drive revenue through demand generation marketing activities
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