This week on Social Brand Chat presented by KXIC we discussed a question from Kimberly Kurimski via Google+: “How do I get others to engage with me? Do I need to specialize in one thing?” Social media is supposed to be … um – social, right? But what happens when you don’t see much engagement? Let’s chat about this.
Great questions — like this one from Kimberly — don’t have easy answers. That’s why it’s great to have a podcast to discuss them. In exploring this further, Jay and I emaxine the importance of asking questions, focusing your conversation, and learning how you can be more useful to your audience.
For this week’s social media news, we discussed new data from Forrester showing that content shared on Google+ has a greater reach than content shared on Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and more. What do you think of this?
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Do you have a question about social media you’d like answered? Ask in the comments below, on our Facebook page, or on Twitter using #SocialBrandChat. Check out previous episodes of the Social Brand Chat podcast here.
Until next week, see you on the Internet!