Do you follow a 'Definition of Implementing Social Media Campaigns'?
4/11/2015 12:31 AM by
Promoting your application and business via social media can be extremely beneficial, not only for promoting of a business, but for feedback from customers as well. To help implement social media campaigns, try these tips:
Target platforms for the countries in which you’ll have either an e-commerce or on-the-ground presence. e.g. Facebook/Qzone, Twitter/Weibo.
- Understand the specific social media websites and to craft the message for each language. Always localize, don’t just translate. Google translate just isn't good enough, always give it to a native speaker to translate.
- Don't make the text longer than what the shortest supported is (usually Twitter which is 140 characters).
- Studies show that posts with an image get more traction .
- Post it to the English site.
- Then post it to the Chinese site.
Great, now you are ready to post to all of the social media platforms simultaneously.
- Figure: Make sure that your social media presence covers the countries you have translated your application into
- e.g. Link Auditor on Weibo (A local social media, China’s Twitter replacement).
We have a service called SSW Chinafy that can help you get started following this rule.
Do you feel this rule needs an update?