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Internet Marketing Strategies: The 3 most common social media mistakes jewelers make - Part 3

Last Week we continued our look at the 3 most common social media mistakes jewelers make with Mistake #2: Trying to Market on Too Many Channels. This week we conclude our discussion with the third biggest mistake jewelers make.

Mistake #3: Trying to Market to Everyone

Internet Marketing Strategies: The 3 most common Social Media Mistakes jewelers make Part 1

Are you making mistakes on your Social Media pages that are affecting the results you are receiving?

Is your Social Media Marketing less effective than it could be because of these mistakes?

Over the next three weeks we will take a look at the 3 most common mistakes jewelers make. This week we will discuss the biggest one.

Internet Marketing Strategies: Facebook contests

Facebook allows businesses to hold Contests, Sweepstakes, and Quizzes on their Facebook Business Page. Facebook calls these events “Promotions”. Anytime Facebook makes reference to a Promotion in their terms of service, guidelines, or rules and regulations it is concerning a Contest, Sweepstakes, or Quiz.

Internet Marketing Strategies: Social media out-performs search engines!

Since nearly the inception of the Internet, organic search engines such as Google, Bing, and Yahoo have been the go to source for reaching consumers and driving traffic to your website. As recently as 2013, search engines provided 41% of overall visits to websites and Social Media was responsible for only 16%.

In 2014, the tables turned. During the 3rd quarter of 2014 Social Media drew even with search engines in sending referral traffic to websites. Both categories finished September in a dead heat at 29% of all referral traffic.

Internet Marketing Strategies: Hyper-targeting with Facebook paid ads

During the past eight months Facebook has been quietly re-designing its Ad Platform. While media attention has been focused on changes in privacy settings and changes in organic reach, the biggest change on Facebook for small businesses during the past year has been the transformation of Ad Manager. Because these changes were often small adjustments or additions made over time, they went unreported or overlooked, but the cumulative effect is huge.

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