“Marketers know that sharing by peers and friends creates more traffic and trust than brand advertising so motivating sharing is the holy grail of social marketing.”
Jeff Bullas asks a great question, is it better to share on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter? Of course, first, this question is relative to as to where your target audience frequents. Then, you may ask, is one platform better than another? What about sharing vs. engagement?
From politics to statistics, Jeff Bullas raises some key points in providing background on the road to the answer, such as the lack of full scope reporting for Twitter traffic, Google’s removal of “real time” search, and the battle for social share.
What is most imperative for us as marketers and business professionals is to understand each platform, its voice, unique advantages, and limitations. Then, to create content “so shareable that it goes viral.”
Now, go forth and learn http://smarturl.it/GPlusVsFBookVsTwit
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