Using Social Media is fantastic fun, there is so much to do and see, it's truly amazing.

But is it still fun when using it to promote your business?

Creating a large following on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat can be a lot of hard work and a long slog. It doesn't have to be this way.

In the article by Jordan lore he gives up 70 Social Media Marketing Tips to keep you up to speed with your social marketing.

Many of the tips are obvious and there are many you'll either have forgotten about or never new they existed.

70 Social Media Marketing Tips

A large social media following can be a powerful tool for any small business but not many are willing to put in the work. Social media doesn’t have to be a chore, armed with the right information your business can become a social media superstar.... 70 Strategies, Ideas & Examples

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22 Social Media Marketing Ideas

by Ryan More

If 70 top marketing tips are enough here are some more or If you're short on time check out this video for another 22 top tips.

 

What not enough?

Okay let's give you some more from Wordstream.

Wordstream are leaders in keyword research and analysis so they know a thing or two when it comes to marketing your website, blog or ecomm store.

13 Best Ever Social Media Marketing Tips

by Wordstream.

13 Social Media Marketing Tips

13 Social Media Marketing Tips

According to Wordstream these are their best ever social media tips.
The one tip which jumped out at me was #8 Use Twitter as a content lab. By using Twitter's analytics you can see which tweets get the best engagement and then take the best tweet and write content on your blog around the tweets subject.

For example, Larry came across an infographic he thought was particularly interesting and tweeted it, as you can see in the figure above. He then used Twitter Analytics to evaluate the performance of that tweet from an engagement perspective, only to discover that the tweet had an engagement rate of 8% - significantly higher than his average engagement rate. As a result of this free experiment, Larry went on to produce a write-up of the infographic for his column at Inc., a post that performed extraordinarily well.

Learn more about this technique and other ways you can use the power of data to refine your social media marketing strategies in Larry’s post about how to use Twitter Analytics like a pro, and check out this post about content advertising to learn more about promoting content via paid social and PPC.

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Do you have any social media marketing tips which we've not mentioned.

Drop your tips in the comment below