10 Tips on How To Exhibit Thought Leadership on Your Social Media Pages

By on June 20, 2011

Thought leaders rule the social media realm. Their business are the most successful, their blogs are read more often. Even their Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages bustle with a never ending supply of people, communication and interactivity 구엑박 게임 다운로드. So here are 10 excellent tips on how to show your readers that you’re a thought leader.

Tip 1: Post Rare Information on Your Blog

Find out which part of your niche is the most mysterious – and de-mystify it for your readers 영웅문3. Rare information says that you are the authority on the subject. Try a series of detailed blog posts on something uncommon and exciting for best results Download Tanaka.

Tip 2: Invite Authority Bloggers to Guest Post

The fastest way to exhibit your expertise in your niche, is to publish posts or articles by other experts in that same niche Hit and go-stop. This proves that you know them, talk to them and share ideas together. Big points for thought leadership status.

Tip 3: Become an Authority Commenter

Put aside your own projects for now and concentrate on becoming the best commenter on other people’s blogs and pages Sandol Gothic m. They’ll recognize you for it, and your name will get around. Soon people will be browsing your pages instead.

Tip 4: Create a How-To Webinar

Save up and have a video webinar created, sponsored by you or your company mxf 코덱 다운로드. Then give the educational webinar away for free on Facebook. If it’s excellent, people will see the value in it, and begin to watch you – to see if you’ll give away any more Download SmallBasics.

Tip 5: Publish Social Proof Everywhere

The more people know who you are, the more they’ll respect that you are a true thought leader in your field wo mic. That’s why you need to publish social proof all over the place. Your blog, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, in articles, videos – everywhere!

Tip 6: Become a Guest Expert on Facebook or Twitter

Do your best to be invited by other authority sites to host a 1 hour Facebook or Twitter discussion for their community Chrome 64-bit. People will immediately see you as a leader in your field, and it’s only a matter of time before they connect with you too.

Tip 7: Make an Awesome Video

Many business owners are afraid to be broadcast on Youtube Download Photoshop 4. Don’t be. People want to see who you are, how you are – and experience your knowledge first hand. The only way they can do this, is if they watch you in a video. Instant teacher status.

Tip 8: Be a Twitter Discussion Host

Announce special discussions that are going to happen live on your Twitter page. Be a gracious host, humble and ready to learn, as well as teach. Every tweet is a reflection of who you are as a leader.

Tip 9: Set Up an Authority LinkedIn Group

If your business is involved in your niche locally, why not start a group that includes your area name. This gives you a boost in authority and will attract fans like crazy. Instead of Fordes Liquors, call your group The Miami Beverage Association/Club.

Tip 10: Be a Talking Point

What are you doing, that is making other people talk about you? Thought leaders are spoken about all the time. Put yourself out there, get included in articles, blogs, and print media – make people acknowledge your authority.

Use these ten great tips to show off your skills, attitude and disposition as a thought leader. Never give up, and continue to engage and publish all the time.

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About John Souza

John Souza is founder and chief strategist of SMMU and Social Media Impact, and is a bestselling business author. He won the 2011 Tech Marketing Awards ‘Social Media Marketer of the Year’ and most recently the About.com Reader’s Choice Award for Best Online Education Site. John has appeared on The Michael Gerber Show, and his business has been honored at the Mashable Awards, Forbes Business Awards and The Stevie Awards.

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