Customer Relationship Management (CRM) And Social Community

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Customer relationship management isn’t just for big businesses. Create stronger connections from day 1 with our Marketing CRM tools, and find everything you need to have relevant conversations with your people—whether you’re building a brand new audience or you have thousands of contacts already.
01 – Connect all your contact data
Bring all your audience data into Mailchimp to start using ready-made segments.
02 – Organize what you know
Create your own segments and tags to filter audience data however you need to.
03 – Understand patterns in your data
Get to know your audience at a glance with your audience dashboard.
04 – Turn audience insights into action
Set up automated messages to trigger based on specific segments or tags.
Understand customer data and act on it — all in one dashboard
Our audience dashboard shows you pre-built segments like top locations, recent sources of growth, common tags, and even customer lifetime value (CLV).
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YouTube – Money-Maker for Business, Individuals And Social Community

Home videos can be more than just a hobby — they can be a money-maker, for businesses and individuals alike.p
Of course, anyone can easily upload a video to YouTube. But not just anyone can make money off of it, or even, in some rare cases, make a living off of it.
How much do YouTubers make? Net worth in 2017:
Daniel Middleton (DanTDM) — $16.5 million
Evan Fong (VanossGaming) – $15.5 million
Dude Perfect – $14 million
Logan Paul – $12.5 million
Mark Fischbach (Markiplier) – $12.5 million
Felix Kjellberg (PewDiePie) – $12 million
Jake Paul – $11.5 million
Ryan ToysReview – $11 million
Smosh – $11 million
Lilly Singh – $10.5 million
You need to consistently upload quality videos with content people find interesting, relatable and engaging. You need to market the hell out of that video on your personal website, blog, social media, and other video sites. You need to create a brand for yourself, know how to get verified on Youtube, and grow your subscriber base in order to be taken seriously. You’ll need to get lucky if you want to have one of the most viewed YouTube videos.
All in all, it’s not easy. More than 400 hours of video are uploaded every minute on YouTube, so the competition is fierce.
But don’t let that dissuade you. Everyone starts from the bottom, and some YouTubers have successfully risen to stardom – and millionaire-dom.
If you’re curious what kind of content these YouTubers cover that enables them to make so much money, check out the top-earning YouTubers section below.
With people spending a collective billion hours a day (that’s 1,000,000,000 hours) watching YouTube videos, YouTube has risen to the second largest search engine in the world and the third most visited site. This opens it up to be a fantastic platform for people to express themselves — and for advertisers to market their wares.
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There are a variety of different ways YouTubers can make money, from ads to Youtube merchandising. Let’s dive into each and how much YouTubers earn through each method.
How much do YouTubers make?
I never really got into YouTube until college, when I was exposed to Jenna Mourey, better known as Jenna Marbles. I can remember watching it in my dorm room, three friends and I squished onto a twin bed and roaring with laughter.
Jenna Marbles’ YouTube channel has 17 million subscribers, over 2 billion total views and is the 23rd most subscribed channel. Her net worth is approximately $2.9 million.
How did she go viral and become so successful? She published relatable AF content combined with a hilarious personality. She created spoofs based on the everyday activities and struggles of young women.
RELATED: Find out who is winning the YouTube popularity contest with our list of the top 10 most subscribed YouTubers.
YouTube earnings by channel type
There are certain niches in YouTube that make it easy to gain subscribers and thus eventually make money. If you are entering the YouTube realm and wondering how to create a YouTube channel that gets views, it’s highly recommended you consider covering content that lives in one of these successful niches.
Gaming
Lifehacks
Celebrity gossip
News
Top [X] lists
Compilations of people’s fails (think: Jackass)
Food reviews and kitchen hacks
Product unwrapping and opening (kids who do product reviews are especially fun to watch)
How-to demonstrations
Animal activities (the hilariously weird things your dogs do)
Spoofs
If you’re seriously considering getting into YouTube to make money (or you’re dying to know how people can successfully make so much money off of videos), here are the different routes you can take.
YouTube Partner Program
The first step a YouTuber can make toward monetizing their videos is by joining the YouTube Partner Program. This allows YouTubers to be paid through views and through advertisements served on their page.
These knowledge, together can be successfully implemented by Democratic Social Economy, a multi-million member social community around the world. The platform of this community stimulates the creation of Business for each member and at the same time, harmonizing the interests, creates the conditions for a comprehensive and successful business cooperation for each member.

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Become a Great Sales Manager And Social Community

The lifestyle of the committed salesperson can be hectic and stressful. Luckily, there’s someone to help create order out of the chaos.
Selling has been at the core of human work since the dawn of our current social epoch. The rapid expansion of technology that has characterized our particular chapter of this long history has brought unprecedented interconnectivity and communication. With this, the role of sales personnel in most organizations has transmuted far beyond the roaming product haulers of yesteryear. New tools have enabled countless leads to be tracked with the click of a button. The stakes have never been higher, and neither have the profits.
It takes an effective sales manager to truly unleash the potential of our digital age.
What is a sales manager?
A sales manager is a member of an organization who is responsible for guiding a team of other salespeople. Similar in practice to that of a BDR manager, their work is done less with client calls and more with team meetings and documents that outline goals, vision, and organization for their direct reports.
How many hours do sales managers work in a week?
Due to the high amount of responsibility that sales managers have on ensuring that core business functions are being executed, sales managers should expect to work more than forty hours a week, sometimes out of normal working hours.
If upper management composes the score, it’s the sales manager that conducts the orchestra on how best to execute the company’s vision. This requires sales managers to have a strong sense of entrepreneurship in order to help them find the best methods possible to execute on the roadmap laid down by the company leaders.
Sales manager responsibilities
The responsibilities held by a sales manager can vary wildly depending on the size or type of organization they work for. Despite this, most sales managers will be involved in a few of the same sorts of tasks regardless of where they land.
These knowledge, together can be successfully implemented by Democratic Social Economy, a multi-million member social community around the world. The platform of this community stimulates the creation of Business for each member and at the same time, harmonizing the interests, creates the conditions for a comprehensive and successful business cooperation for each member.

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2019’s Best Brand Activation Examples And Social Business

Customers want experiences.

They don’t want to be sold to or told what to buy. They long to have an emotional reaction when making a purchase decision.
Brand activation has become an integral part of modern marketing. It includes events and interactions that create strong emotional connections between a brand and an audience. This type of experiential marketing can be tricky to pull off. To offer you some inspiration, I’m sharing some of the best brand activation examples of 2019.
Why do you need brand activation?
Your brand is your culture. This means that your entire company shapes the emotional connection you are striving for with customers. Brand activation needs to be something that the whole company takes on—not just the marketing department.
In a competitive market, brand activation can offer ways to attract customers that your competitors do not. It’s a chance to be unique and create a meaningful interaction. The more you connect with customers, the more likely they are to become loyal. And brand loyalty leads to customers becoming fans who may just become your online brand community champions.
There are many ways to build brand awareness, but brand activation generates an emotional attachment. Just being aware of your brand won’t drive action to become a customer. Brand activation also allows you to create very specific positioning for your products or services.
Inspiring brand activation examples
Brand activation can take the form of anything from guerrilla marketing to immersive event marketing experiences, but there is a common thread throughout these brand activation examples: thinking outside the box. Use the following examples to encourage new advertising techniques at your business, whether your focus is B2C or B2B marketing.
2019 Adobe Summit
The Adobe Summit is described as a digital experience conference. It hosted over 16,000 attendees this year and offered quite the experience. As a software company, Adobe understands how important their tools are for other companies. They knew they needed to go big.
At the popular Sneaks session, engineers were accompanied by celebrities like Mindy Kaling and Reese Witherspoon. Sneaks allowed the brand to showcase its newest innovations with some heavy hitters endorsing the product.
Bumble Hive
This year’s South by Southwest didn’t disappoint attendees. The enticing scents of breakfast burritos and coffee were in the air, and Bumble used them to attract visitors. Bumble, a relationship app, is based in Austin and took over a local coffee shop during SXSW. The pop up attracted over 20,000 guests.
The theme was introducing Bumble’s new profile badges, which users can create based on their interests. The coffee shop turned Bumble Hive welcomed visitors with bright colors and an inviting atmosphere. The product was brought to life in this approach, offering visitors a memorable experience—one of many event marketing benefits.
Google Assistant Ride
CES (Consumer Electronics Show), the world’s largest consumer technology show, is a rather crowded field with almost 200,000 attendees. Standing out is essential—even for one of the most well-known companies in the world, Google.
Google debuted the Google Assistant Ride at the 2019 CES. They built a roller coaster ride at the event, but it wasn’t your typical ride. Riders experienced a day in the life of a fictional character and their Google Assistant, Google’s AI-powered voice assistant.
The ride featured all the ways the character’s new assistant helped them get through the day. It was designed using animatronics rather than virtual reality, making the experience more authentic. The journey, complete with beautiful visuals (and a photo opp), was captivating. It was an imaginative way to convey the Google ecosystem to the individual user.
Skittles and the Broadway Musical
Skittles has been generating funny and compelling ads for some time, and when they purchased a Super Bowl slot in 2019, they wanted to create an ad that poked fun at that.
The commercial features actor Michael C. Hall and a full cast singing “advertising ruins everything” while enjoying some Skittles.
They did more than just showcase the ad during the Super Bowl. They created a behind-the-scenes music video and put the recording on Spotify.
Then, they actually put on a performance called Skittles Commercial: The Broadway Musical, which sold out in 72 hours. The performance delivered over 1.5 billion media impressions for the brand.
Skittles is a brand that likes to have fun, and it shows in how they communicate with and engage their audience.
These knowledge, together can be successfully implemented by Democratic Social Economy, a multi-million member social community around the world. The platform of this community stimulates the creation of business for each member and at the same time, harmonizing the interests, creates the conditions for a comprehensive and successful business cooperation for each member.Customers want experiences. They don’t want to be sold to or told what to buy. They long to have an emotional reaction when making a purchase decision.
Brand activation has become an integral part of modern marketing. It includes events and interactions that create strong emotional connections between a brand and an audience. This type of experiential marketing can be tricky to pull off. To offer you some inspiration, I’m sharing some of the best brand activation examples of 2019.
Why do you need brand activation?
Your brand is your culture. This means that your entire company shapes the emotional connection you are striving for with customers. Brand activation needs to be something that the whole company takes on—not just the marketing department.
In a competitive market, brand activation can offer ways to attract customers that your competitors do not. It’s a chance to be unique and create a meaningful interaction. The more you connect with customers, the more likely they are to become loyal. And brand loyalty leads to customers becoming fans who may just become your online brand community champions.
There are many ways to build brand awareness, but brand activation generates an emotional attachment. Just being aware of your brand won’t drive action to become a customer. Brand activation also allows you to create very specific positioning for your products or services.
Inspiring brand activation examples
Brand activation can take the form of anything from guerrilla marketing to immersive event marketing experiences, but there is a common thread throughout these brand activation examples: thinking outside the box. Use the following examples to encourage new advertising techniques at your business, whether your focus is B2C or B2B marketing.
2019 Adobe Summit
The Adobe Summit is described as a digital experience conference. It hosted over 16,000 attendees this year and offered quite the experience. As a software company, Adobe understands how important their tools are for other companies. They knew they needed to go big.
At the popular Sneaks session, engineers were accompanied by celebrities like Mindy Kaling and Reese Witherspoon. Sneaks allowed the brand to showcase its newest innovations with some heavy hitters endorsing the product.
Bumble Hive
This year’s South by Southwest didn’t disappoint attendees. The enticing scents of breakfast burritos and coffee were in the air, and Bumble used them to attract visitors. Bumble, a relationship app, is based in Austin and took over a local coffee shop during SXSW. The pop up attracted over 20,000 guests.
The theme was introducing Bumble’s new profile badges, which users can create based on their interests. The coffee shop turned Bumble Hive welcomed visitors with bright colors and an inviting atmosphere. The product was brought to life in this approach, offering visitors a memorable experience—one of many event marketing benefits.
Google Assistant Ride
CES (Consumer Electronics Show), the world’s largest consumer technology show, is a rather crowded field with almost 200,000 attendees. Standing out is essential—even for one of the most well-known companies in the world, Google.
These knowledge, together can be successfully implemented by Democratic Social Economy, a multi-million member social community around the world. The platform of this community stimulates the creation of Business for each member and at the same time, harmonizing the interests, creates the conditions for a comprehensive and successful business cooperation for each member.

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Purpose Built For Growing Businesses And Social Community

We know what it’s like to start small. That’s why we created an affordable, all‑in‑one Marketing Platform that empowers your business to thrive, even if you’re just beginning.
All-in-one pricing that scales with you
We’ve taken the sophisticated, data-powered marketing tools the big guys use, and put them in the hands of small businesses—all at a single price tag that scales based on your needs.
Act on audience insights in a few clicks
We help you make the most of your audience data, whether you’re talking to 1 person or a whole crowd. Our audience dashboard makes it easy to spot trends, target messages, and improve your marketing with each campaign.
Easily design campaigns that stand out
Our flexible templates and user-friendly design tools make it simple to create beautiful, sophisticated campaigns. And when you store your content in Mailchimp, it’s easy to stay on brand across channels and get more out of your assets, time, and resources.
Every channel you need in one place
Our multichannel platform helps you talk to your audience wherever they are. Plus, our data-driven insights help you personalize, optimize, and automate campaigns so that your messages always land.
Improve with each campaign
We analyze audience engagement with all your campaigns to provide you with real-time reports, built-in analytics tools, and personalized recommendations on what to do next.
These knowledge, together can be successfully implemented by Democratic Social Economy, a multi-million member social community around the world. The platform of this community stimulates the creation of Business for each member and at the same time, harmonizing the interests, creates the conditions for a comprehensive and successful business cooperation for each member.

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WhatsApp Product Catalogs, Small Businesses And Social Community

Facebook-owned WhatsApp is taking the next steps towards monetization with a new option that will enable businesses on the platform to better showcase their products via the WhatsApp Business app.
Now, brands on WhatsApp will be able to utilize product catalogs in their WhatsApp Business listings, helping to provide more information about, and images of, the items that they provide.
As explained by WhatsApp:
“Catalogs are a mobile storefront for businesses to showcase and share their goods so people can easily browse and discover something they would like to buy. Previously businesses had to send product photos one at a time and repeatedly provide information — now customers can see their full catalog right within WhatsApp. This makes business owners look more professional and keeps customers engaged in the chat without having to visit a website.”
These knowledge, together can be successfully implemented by Democratic Social Economy, a multi-million member social community around the world. The platform of this community stimulates the creation of Business for each member and at the same time, harmonizing the interests, creates the conditions for a comprehensive and successful business cooperation for each member.

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The Future of Social Media Lead Generation And Social Community

Based on our previous reports, we’ve established an idea of what social lead gen processes are currently being utilized, which elements are driving results, and which social platforms marketers are getting the majority of their leads from.
But are marketers actually happy with their current lead generation strategies?
Interestingly, the majority are not.
More than 45% of respondents indicated that they don’t think their current marketing efforts are aligned with optimal lead generation practices – and a further 23% weren’t sure of such.
That could mean that they’re too focused on building a presence on the social platforms themselves, as opposed to driving customers to the next phase of the conversion path, or that they’re not linking their online performance back to their actual business goals. This could also be seen as aligning with our earlier finding that many marketers are not satisfied with the quality and volume of leads they’re generating from social platforms – if their processes are not maximizing their lead generation opportunities in the first place, that would impact their ultimate results.
What this likely means, however, is that we still have a way to go in establishing strategic best practices for social lead gen. If businesses don’t feel confident that they’re on the right track, then we still have some way to go, as an industry, in establishing what those key processes are, and how to best enact them via social platforms.
But marketers do indeed have confidence in social platforms as lead gen sources. In the next element of our survey, we asked which medium marketers believe will be the most effective for their lead generation efforts in future.
These knowledge, together can be successfully implemented by Democratic Social Economy, a multi-million member social community around the world. The platform of this community stimulates the creation of Business for each member and at the same time, harmonizing the interests, creates the conditions for a comprehensive and successful business cooperation for each member.

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