Three Marketing Strategies for Business: FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014
Three Social Media and Marketing Tips
Whether you watch the 2014 FIFA World Cup or not, there are lessons and opportunities the games may hold to benefit your marketing strategies for business. With an estimated 3 billion viewers tuning into the 2014 FIFA World Cup now is the time to grasp the opportunities and turn them into something more. Use social media to target new clients. To plan, commit, and practice are simple commitments
1. Plan. Everyone has the desire to succeed. We all want to do something great. However, the path to success is not always perfectly paved. Experiment. Fail. And fail again.
“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” – Wayne Gretzky
Social Media Tip: The 2010 FIFA World Cup marked the longest sustained period of activity in Twitter history. Free membership and registration fees make social media like Twitter a budget savvy marketing tool to stay connected with the community.
“A year from now you’ll wish you started today.” – Karen Lamb
Social Media Tip: Don’t let an active social media account stress you out. Manage your busy in-box, chart activity, and schedule your posts for the week.
3. Practice It doesn’t get easier, you just get better. A professional athlete doesn’t stop training after they win. They practice and find new approaches for their next success.
“Practice is everything. This is often misquoted as practice makes perfect.” – Periander
Social Media Tip: Did you know there is a certain “golden time” in the day to post on different social media forums? Neither did we until stumbling upon this article: Now is the time to try things. Test ideas. Take risks. Get opinions. There is no time like now to find what works for you.
There’s a lot to do in a day. We’ll take care of your online stuff so you don’t have to. Call or email our friendly staff for ideas on getting yourself on the web this summer. There’s a lot to do in a day. Don’t sweat the online stuff; we’ll take care of it so you don’t have to.