Aristocat Transportation Goes Live on the Limo Show
Featuring the Hot Topic of Social Sharing
Blog talk radio is one of the newest forms of blogging and features live “on-air” conversations. Businesses can host discussions, interviews, round tables and more on blog talk radio. Listeners can call into the live show to ask questions or post questions via social media. The show can also be listened to after it aired and businesses can post it on their website and social media pages. Businesses pick specific categories for their radio shows that listeners can use to search for certain topic areas, such as automotive, sports or transportation. The Limo Show presented by Towne Livery features discussions on current industry news, upcoming events, sports and valuable tips on how to improve your business.
The Limo Show
Towne Livery will host Aristocat Transportation and Inbound Marketing tonight, Thursday, November 29, 2012 at 8 PM on the Limo Show. The show can be listened to during the live stream or you can listen to the show any time after the recording. Tonight, the Limo Show host Dave Bastian will interview Bill Faeth from Inbound Marketing Agents and Aristocat Transportation owner Sue Jarvis and client relations manager Amber Frawley. The topic for this evening’s discussion is “What role does social media play in your business?”
Utilizing Social Media
Social media is widely used by many businesses and clients in today’s market. Social sharing is an avenue of networking, promoting, researching and more. It is also beneficial to the client and business alike. The client can receive current and relatable information from the business and the business receives new customers and boosts their SEO (Search Engine Optimization) rankings. One way social media can benefit your SEO ranking is by linking back to your website or blog article in a Facebook post or tweet. This link directs clients directly where you want them to go on your website.
Popular venues of social sharing are Facebook, Twitter, Linked-In, Pinterest and Google +, although there are many others as well. Not every social media site will fit with every business. For example, if you own a plumbing company, Pinterest is probably not the site for you, because it is highly visual. Pinterest thrives on searchable, relatable pictures and the majority of their users are females, which may not apply to the plumbing company. The plumbing company would be better off on Twitter, Facebook where they can promote upcoming deals, eBooks and blog articles. Linked-In would also be a good option because the company can post articles in industry related groups as well as potential clientele groups.
Once you are a part of a social media and are involved with social sharing, it is important to be active in those venues. Being active means reading other posts and providing comments, following other businesses and not being stagnate. Communicating with others through social sharing will help people engage with your business and help them to easily find out more about your business. Businesses can help promote other businesses with social sharing as well, by linking to fellow business’ websites, promoting ads or blog articles, eBooks or retweeting. Social sharing is providing information and leading readers to where they can learn more.
Tune in tonight to learn more about how social sharing can benefit your business with tips from Bill Faeth of Inbound Marketing Agents. Inbound Marketing Agents provides their customers with a variety of services such as inbound marketing analysis, lead nurturing, campaign building, web design, social media marketing and more. Tonight’s blog talk radio interview will provide businesses with insight into successful elements of social media and building social media marketing strategies.
Posted on November 29th, 2012 in Aristocat Transportation.