Content is being created and shared faster than you can say "Call me, maybe" but that doesn't mean you can't dial up the content gems. Here are some funny lines from our free eBooks that can get your social media strategy grooving.
"The fact is there is an ROI of your mom, a phone and wearing your pants. There is an ROI of anything that provides value."
"There’s the strong possibility you may be looking at the wrong [social media] profile, and the Jane Doe you wrongly flagged as a strung-out Canadian shoplifter may in fact be a member of the Spokane Rotary Club and a long-time SPCA volunteer."
"Knowing how to invite your Facebook friends to your birthday party or how to post a bacon cupcake on Pinterest doesn’t mean someone understands the nuances of social media in the business world."
"Managers have visions of their employees frittering away their day playing Farmville and taking Lady Gaga quizzes, and want to shut social media access off altogether...Actually implementing an internal social network platform can save up to 115.5 minutes per day."
"This isn’t about putting on a fake smile and reciting focus-group tested platitudes. There is no social media strategy good enough to save an organization that doesn’t care deeply about its customers."
"It’s not enough to engage [in social media]...You’ve got to be quick about it...We’re all impatient and have short attention spans."
"Have you heard the saying: 'Don’t feed the trolls?' Knowing when to take the high road and when not to engage [in social media] is as important as knowing when you should respond."
"Share your knowledge. Even if it’s the best way to make chicken cordon bleu."
"There's enough 'That's enough about me, now let's talk about me' noise on social networks, and you don't need to add to that."
"Your mother used to remind you that you have two ears and one mouth for a reason. Being a good social media listener will help you immensely in a crisis."
-- The Guide to Social Media Monitoring