11 Top Social Media Tips by Experts

Stats have revealed that Social Media Marketing provides 100% higher lead to close rate and having social networking existence for any kind of business has turned out to be truly basic.

Online networking has changed the whole advertising scene, as well as has opened new ways for advertisers that prior were not accessible. Presently, we have a simple approach to achieve our objective clients and to make them aware with the presence of our image.

Essentially, social media greatly affects the promotion technique of a business and so, we have brought a few tips on the procedures joined. Throughout the years, there have been several identities thinking of their master tips driven through experience picked up in the stream.

Few of the social media marketing tips by these transcendent identities with incredible industry presentation and huge learning are mentioned beneath:

Rand Fishkin

Founder of Moz

Rand Fishkin is a known name in the realm of Internet Marketing. He is the founder and former CEO of Moz and also board member at presentation software startup Haiku Deck. He has also written a couple of books on SEO and hosted popular video series Whiteboard Fridays and keeps on expressing his views and tips for upping the social media standards.

Rand Fishkin

“Even if nothing is happening, leave it out there. Sometimes a year later it will go popular for no particular reason. That’s the great thing about the web – you can put something out there, think it has failed, and a few months later it turns out to be a big hit. It can be down to bad timing, or the right person not seeing it first time round.”

Ann Handley

Chief Content Officer at MarketingProfs

Ann Handley talks and expounds on how you can reexamine the way your business markets. Referred to in Forbes as the most compelling lady in Social Media and accepted by ForbesWoman as one of the top 20 women bloggers, she is working as the Chief Content Officer at MarketingProfs, a training and education company with the biggest group of advertisers in its classification. Her book, Everybody Writes: Your Go-to Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content is a Wall Street Journal Bestseller.


“Serve your audience, not yourself.”

Adam Franklin


Adam Franklin is the co-author of the Amazon No.1 bestseller Web Marketing That Works. He is likewise the host of a top rating iTunes podcast, an international social media speaker and the marketing manager of Bluewire Media. It’s the web advertising firm he helped to establish in 2005. Adam’s Bluewire Media Blog has become Australia’s No.1 business blog and has been named in the main 20 sites throughout the previous 5 years.

adam franklin

“Every potential customer is on social media, the key is to be human, generous and connect with them”

Dorie Clark


Dorie Clark is a marketing strategy consultant, professional speaker, and frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review, TIME, Entrepreneur, and the World Economic Forum blog.

Perceived as a “branding master” by the Associated Press, Fortune, and Inc. magazine, she is the author of Reinventing You: Define Your Brand, Imagine Your Future, which has been translated into various foreign languages. Her latest book, Stand Out: How to Find Your Breakthrough Idea and Build a Following Around It, was released in April 2015.


“Create 1 piece of content (e.g. a blog) and repurpose 10 diff ways – tweets, audio, short video, etc.”

Danny Sullivan

Danny is the founding editor at Search Engine Land & Marketing Land.

Danny Sullivan is the Chief Content Officer at Third Door Media, and co-founder of Search Engine Land, an industry production that spreads news and information about search engines, and search marketing, SEO and SEM topics. Third Entryway Media likewise creates Promoting Land, a sister site that spreads more extensive digital marketing topics including Social Media, Display Advertising, Email Marketing, Analytics, Mobile, and Marketing Technology.


“Some things aren’t going to change. The importance of having high-quality content will not go away.”

Ryan Deiss


Ryan is an adoring spouse, father and an originator of DigitalMarketer.com. In the course of the most recent 36 months Ryan and his group have made a contribution of more than $15,000,000 in terms of marketing tests, Ryan is likewise an exceptionally looked for speaker and advisor whose work has affected more than 200,000 organizations in 68 distinct nations.

Ryan deiss

“Be nice. And helpful. And don’t be a jerk. That is all.”

Michael Stelzner

Social Media Examiner

Michael Stelzner is the founder of Social Media Examiner, author of the books Launch and Writing White Papers and the man behind large events, such as Social Media Marketing World and Social Media Success Summit. He is also host of the Social Media Marketing podcast and founder of the Social Media Marketing Society.


“For social media, look not to the sale but to the people. Share content, interact & provide value. Then the sales will come.”

Jordan Kasteler

Jordan Kasteler is an independent marketing advisor and business person. He has a past filled with business establishment and serving positions in such organizations as BlueGlass Interactive, an Internet marketing agency and SteelCast, a tech incubator housing several other self-started companies. His work experience ranges from in-house SEO at Overstock.com, marketing strategy at PETA, and to agency-level SEO. Jordan is also an international conference speaker, blogger, and book author of A to Z: Social Media Marketing.


”Research of not just keywords, but your targeted audience. Who are they and what do they want or need? Keyword research can help tells you what your audience wants, but talking to individuals and creating personas is complimentary.”

Daniel Decker


Daniel is a President of Higher Level Group, founder of the Leadership and Influence Summit, Author Platform Summit as well as a number of other initiatives (online & off).

Daneil decker

 “Be generous. Be consistent. Engage (Social is two-way communication).”

Neil Patel

Neil began Crazy Egg & KISSmetrics.

His own site presents him as a Seattle based business visionary and analytics expert. Also, he is best known for his work in digital marketing.

The Wall Street Journal calls him a top influencer on the web, Forbes says he is one of the top 10 marketers, and Entrepreneur Magazine says he created one of the 100 most brilliant companies.


“Social Media Marketing is the process of creating content that is tailored to the context of each individual social media platform, in order to drive user engagement and sharing.”

Avinash Kaushik

Avinash Kaushik is an Indian business person, author and open speaker. In his written work and expressing views, Kaushik has championed the principle of aggregation of marginal gains, and encouraged the pursuit of simplifying perceived complexity in the field of data analytics.

Kaushik is on the Advisory Board of University of Toronto Rotman School of Management’s program on CRM Excellence and in addition on the Advisory Board of University of California at Irvine’s program on Web Intelligence. He is also an Associate Instructor at the University of British Columbia for the Web Analytics program.


 “I believe that every human with time to spare, and a connection to the web, should be on social media. The benefits are numerous. Facebook allows you to stay close to people you choose to. YouTube has democratized entertainment and education. Instagram allows you to express your creativity, and soak up expressions from others. Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, others have a role to play as well.”

About the Author :

An article by Sarika Singh “Senior Content Writer at Delhi School of Internet Marketing aka DSIM – Best digital marketing course provider in India. Training offered to more than 8274 professions. Achieves 8.6/10 rating. More DSIM reviews can be checked out online.”


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