InnerArchitect Presentation to Hospitality Industry Association: 10 Reasons To Hire Us For Your Event

If your company or association is searching for a valuable presentation on Social Media and how social networks are the new sales and marketing channels, please consider Innerarchitect.com your guide to social media strategies.

Last night we presented “Social Networks: How to Use Them in a Down Economy” to the Hospitality Industry Association of San Francisco. Our meeting outlined how LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter are the new sales and marketing channels. We presented tips and strategies:

  • Identify the etiquette and culture of each network
  • Identify the common and major mistakes companies make that hurt their brand within these networks
  • Describe the basic navigation of each network
  • Showcase the search functionality and importance of each network’s internal search engine
  • Provide statistics of page views, unique visits that support the growth and importance of each network
  • Compare and Contrast the old traditional sales and marketing channels to the new social media channels
  • Highlight Twitter’s prospecting-lead generation strategy via keyword search relevant to the group’s focus
  • Highlight Facebook’s CRM and rich blog like functionality
  • Outline Target, Dell, Starbucks’ case studies
  • Overview of real time Google search indexing and the mobile market

Test Marketing Your Real Estate Marketing: 15 Methods Publishers Test Market Books

Take the guesswork out of your marketing plan, your image as it is perceived by consumers, and your branding by utilizing Michael Larsen-Elizabeth Pomada’s “Taking the Guesswork Out of Publishing: 15 Ways to Test-Market Your Books to Guarantee Their Success.”

1. Network Feedback: Ask your networking partners and organizations for feedback

2. Speak In Public: Create a free keynote series designed after your business focus and provide free speeches to consumers

3. Test Your Identity: ensure you are perceived as authentic, original, flexible, salable, and relevant

4. Goals: establish business and financial goals that motivate you to promote your work and follow your business plan

5. Promote by Sharing: share your promotional campaigns with like minded professionals and networking partners

6. Involve Consumers: send your promotional tools to consumers and ask for their opinions on your campaign

7. Associations: associate with successful people in your niche and ask for their opinions

8. Mini Business Plan: produce a mini business plan and offer it to your network for inspection

9. Affiliates: provide your affiliates with your mini business plan and promotional materials

10. Media: Ask for media feedback from industry print, electronic, and online sources

11. Independence: consider becoming an independent broker

12. Timeline of Action: create a timeline schedule for contacts and feedback on your plans

13. Small Scale: pick a neighborhood as a test market “hyper-local” study to test the waters

14. Big Picture: integrate your findings from the small scale into your promotion plans

15. Commitment: If you want your business to grow, you must remain committed to making your business successful through tireless work and constant measurement of your efforts