May 2023 Product
Its A New New Media World
In this report I will focus on New Media Marketing. Now what is that? If you encompass all things that have exploded on the Internet in the last few years, YouTube, Social Networking sites like Facebook and MySpace this certainly covers part of it. But there are many other channels within that can be classed as New Media Marketing and we’ll look at those too.
This report is just an overview of New Media Marketing and does not offer in depth training, although we have other reports that take a step by step approach at Newnewmediaworld.com Doing business online, whether you are a marketer, a small business, a creative artist, in fact anyone that wants to get the word out about their service, product or content can use these strategies to build of ‘cloud’ of followers and fans, that can quickly become your customers and prospects.
There are so many strategies it can become extremely confusing when coming online as to what strategy to follow. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the information, strategies and advice to succeeding online which floods in from every direction. The key is to find a strategy that fits in with your business and stick to it.
DO NOT DEAVIATE!
This is a big mistake that many people make – they start on one thing and then get distracted by the latest easiest way to make millions online and just start hopping from opportunity to opportunity – which, unfortunately mostly ends up a waste of time and money.
Stay focused and stick to the plan.
The term web 2.0 was coined by O’Reilly Media for the ever changing Internet and effectively suggests an upgrade from the original world wide web as we once knew. Who knows, you may be lucky to be young enough not to have known the original static web 1.0 of just text, links and pictures. Web 2.0 changes the entire focus of internet surfing where you are actually contributing to the content of the web through wikis, social media, video and audio and sharing as well as teaching others with your knowledge.
Social networking is defined as the grouping of individuals together into to specific groups, often like a small community or a neighborhood. Although social networking is possible in person, especially in schools or in the workplace, it is most popular online. This is because unlike most high schools, colleges, or workplaces, the Internet is filled with millions, if not more, of individuals
who are looking to meet other Internet users and develop friendships.
This gives you a great opportunity because you can get tap into groups and offer valuable advice and content that will get people interested in you and your business. All the elements of new media are definitely not suited to the hard sell. You have to get your personality across and let people get to know you, then you will attracts followers, friends that will turn into customers. Don’t be overwhelmed by the sheer number out there. Concentrate on one or two and see how you go. We did a test with a niche market and used MySpace only. The results were very good with hundreds of sign ups for our product.
And much, much more ...
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