There’s no doubt that many of the interesting topics generated from offices in the Silicon Valley, New York, New Jersey, and other IT hotbeds find copious notice and discussion on social forums. That alone is a great way to get connected with future revenue sources.
However, you might face at least some of the following issues:
- Tracking post makers
- Understanding what really clicks for them
- Wasting large chunks of business time trying to know the details
No matter how advanced technology gets, our brains can only go up to 1,200 words a minute in processing new information. Then there’s the necessity of collating everything to make things legible for your team. No real progress – that’s what we are looking at, unless…
- You had a source that has everything about social media profiles
- The source was available in a matter of clicks
- You had a registration on such a website
Now a lot has been talked about the difficulties of using social media to find customers. But very few pages talk about these difficulties.
In trying to maximize your chances of finding the very customer that can change the face of your company you might just end up spending the time which you could have used for a real meeting with a real prospect.
Choose your path to success – the smart way.
The next post is where you can really understand why your IT world is shrinking, and what you should do about it. Let them come to you, or get aggressive about grabbing customers?