Social Media Marketing for Publishers: Shweiki Media Printing Company Presents a Webinar Featuring Four Must-Know Strategies

Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 16, 2014

Shweiki Media Printing Company teams up with Stephanie Scheller, Sales Trainer and Coach for Eric Lofholm International–an organization founded to professionally train people on the art and science of selling–to present a must-watch webinar on why social media plays an important role in marketing as a publisher. Social media marketing is one of the cheapest and most effective marketing techniques, and, when executed properly, it has the potential to help publishers reach the right audience more quickly and effectively than any other marketing method. Here, Shweiki and Scheller present four effective rules for running an effective social media marketing campaign.

1. Market to the Right Social Media Audience

Publishers will often push out a general social media message without considering the target audience. To pinpoint an audience, one will need to consider all demographic data: age, income, gender, occupation, education, race or nationality, religion, and even interests. For example, a social media marketing campaign geared towards college students should not be used to market to high school students. In this example, both age and interest categories differ between the two audiences. Though there are exceptions to every rule, publishers can maximize their social media marketing potential by avoiding attempts to cater to the exceptions.

2. Utilize Only the Best Social Media Platforms

While there are thousands of social media platforms and social media marketing tools available on the web, one should only focus on four or five platforms. Publishers can decide on their arsenal of social media marketing tools by researching what demographics each platform appeals to. For example, while Facebook has a large audience, it is generally less effective in drawing younger crowds who are more drawn to websites like Twitter and Instagram.

3. Use the Appropriate Social Media Language

Depending on the publishers audience, he or she may decide what social media language to use. Language includes not only word choice and text but also media attachments such as links, pictures, and videos. Deciding which and what kind of media to use is dependent on ones audience. People share what they know and what they understand. If a publishers audience does not understand or relate to a social media post, it is less likely that the post will be shared.

4. Align the General Marketing Message With the Social Media Campaign

Too often, publishers will attempt the scattershot approach in marketing. They will throw out tiny pieces of information and hope something will appeal to their audience. However, it’s not wise to utilize this method. Publishers find more positive outcomes in lining up their general marketing message with their social media message. Pictures, videos, and shared links should be in line with the general marketing message in order for one to have an effective social media marketing campaign.

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Shweiki Media’s mission has always been to help publishers improve by providing the most profitable, hassle-free printing experience possible. This includes guaranteeing the highest quality product, exceptional customer service, world-class communication, an on-time guarantee, and no surprises–whether printing magazines, postcards, flyers or anything else.

As a printer and publisher, Shweiki Media also believes that this hassle-free experience includes making their clients better. Utilizing relationships with industry experts, Shweiki Media strives to educate clients and help them thrive in the exciting world of publishing–while having lots of fun along the way!

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