You may not be familiar with the term FOMO. FOMO = Fear of Missing Out. I’ve had several people in my life with this condition. My dog even has FOMO tendencies. Think about that one friend who’s always like, “What were y’all talking about?” Or, “You went to brunch without me?!” Or calls incessantly trying to figure out what the “group plans” for the weekend are. It’s not attractive. So when I started having FOMO feelings regarding LinkedIn, I took action.
We all know that EdgeRank keeps our content from being seen on Facebook. Fans can interact with our posts (IF they see them), but we can also keep them coming back with custom apps, or tabs as they’re also called, on Facebook. EdgeRank, in a word, is why you need a Facebook app strategy. Either way, having a custom application that keeps fans on your page can help with dormancy and reactivation of fans. Otherwise you may be looking at “pay to play” with measures to recapture some of those lost fans.
UGGs. I could never grasp the concept. When they first became popular I was living in Texas. Girls would wear them out and about with their short skirts and t-shirts on blisteringly hot days. I thought UGG stood for UGLY – and furthermore I couldn’t fathom how girls could stand to wear them in the sweltering heat. Or how their boyfriends could stand the stank once they came off.
When paid, owned and earned media come together, they give birth to what some marketers are calling, “converged media.” Converged media happens when at least two or more of the above-mentioned media channels come together, use a consistent story line (look and feel), and work in concert to meet a certain marketing or content marketing goal.
It’s social media time. Do you know where your social influencers are? Social influencers are not the “noisy” fans who ‘Like’, comment or share for the heck of it – they share with intent (and typically have large, attentive audiences). So while your cat memes may get shared by 50 peeps, if your brand messaging isn’t shared at all or gets “crickets” (no response at all) you’re really not influencing your community to promote your brand. Catch my drift?