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How to Build a Social Media Army for Internet Marketers

Hubspot: “While your social media strategy may not call for the same techniques required to defeat a super villain, marketers can learn a thing or two from the Avengers. Here are a few ways that social media marketers can embrace their inner superhero and build their own social media army.”

Why you could use a Social Media Strategy?

As  Richard Stephens points out in his article, “How to Build a Social Media Army” it takes planning and some work in order to achieve meaningful and measurable results. Although the article was written for business, it still applies a great deal to the home business internet entrepreneur.

The most significant take away that I got form his article was the fact that Richard provides many steps which are identical to the Contact List Builder’s method of online marketing.  We believe that Social Media Marketing and Content Curation plays an essential role in building your list and keeping your business profitable. Please enjoy and comment

How to Build a Social Media Army

Via blog.hubspot.com | Written by Richard Stephens

The superheroes in Marvel Comics’ Avengers series often join forces, commonly in some sort of shiny form-fitting clothing, to defend the weak and powerless. Whether it was Thor’s bulging biceps, Ironman’s impressive armour or the Hulk’s super strength – at some point or another, I’m sure that something about this bunch has probably caught your attention.

Typically, the road to beating the baddies is generally an uphill one. Even superheroes need to hone their super powers, overcome a few hurdles, plot their defence and ultimately work together to save the world.

While your social media strategy may not call for the same techniques required to defeat a super villain, marketers can learn a thing or two from the Avengers. Here are a few ways that social media marketers can embrace their inner superhero and build their own social media army.

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