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Can You Enter Conversations To Market Information?

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Besides attracting traffic to your landing pages and websites organically, meaning with the use of keywords and phrases in your content, what else can you do to get attention online? Can you enter conversations to market information?

The answer is, “yes,” and there are more and more places to see and be seen in social media. Susan Kuchinshas called her post on ClickZ this week, “Social Marketing Platforms Will Allow Brands To ‘Buy Into Moment,’and she shares a few new options for any marketer to shine. She says, “How close can a marketer get to real time? Social marketing platforms aim to help brands insert themselves into social media conversations sooner and in more sophisticated ways.”

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Can You Enter Conversations To Market Information?

Honestly, I’m not going to be able to delve much deeper into this topic in a brief blog post, but it’s certainly worth understanding. One new platform that gives marketers the tools to follow and get involved in ongoing, relevant conversations in social media is called, “Blab, a startup that launched its service on April 9 saying it can predict where social conversations will go 24, 48 and 72 hours in advance.”

In advance.  Let that concept sink in for a moment, because we are talking about an unprecedented opportunity to be in the right place at the right time to promote your information products online. If you’re already using Facebook you are set to get started finding relevant conversations BEFORE they get rolling.

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