What does that mean? For those who are not familiar with the term, it is quite simple. It is a term for people who are highly skilled in the art of marketing. We know what we are talking about, and we know that we will be viewed favorably by other people. Social media warriors, are the marketing types who use their knowledge, skill, and experience to make other people like themselves.
This term is thrown around a lot because in a way, it is a pretty obvious phenomenon. It is easy to see a social media warrior in the audience of a marketing presentation. They are the ones who have an impressive portfolio of professional skills and are ready to put their skills to use for the benefit of others. I think the term came from a website where a particular person was able to put all his knowledge in one place, so to speak.
A social media warrior is a really good example of the “social” in “social media”. It is not, however, the only social media. There are plenty of people out there who are not social media savvy and who don’t even see the term.
Social media is very different from traditional social networks, where people talk about what they do on a daily basis, and the rest of the world knows who you are. Social networks are a more passive approach to social interaction. While you might receive updates from friends and family, and see pictures of your family in front of your computer, you never get to see them say anything about your life directly.
Social media is a very active, interactive way to interact with people, so I think the term is used quite loosely. To me it is a more passive approach to social interaction, with one of the primary functions being to broadcast information about your life to the world. It does this through a variety of different mediums, but the most common ones are blogs, or via a website.
Personally, I think the most effective way of building your social media presence is to start with a blog. You can even start small, with just one blog entry, and see what happens once you get more of an established audience. Just start out with a blog entry that describes your day, which you can then expand on. Most blogs will have a photo- or video-sharing feature, which will allow people to see your life from more than just a computer screen.
I’ve found that it’s also helpful to write about what your friends and family are doing. By writing about what they’re doing, you get a sense of their busy lives. It’s a great way to build community as well.
And then when your blog gets a bit more traction, you can start to get some attention by posting an article about your blog that links to other people’s sites. This is known as guest blogging. The people who get this exposure from guest blogging are often the same people that click the link that gets them more traffic. It’s a win-win situation as well as having more exposure.
In a lot of ways, it makes sense that if you write something about social media in your blog, and people link to it, you could end up getting some good traffic from the links. But if you don’t blog, then it might not be a bad idea to write about it on your own blog. But that is still up to you.
There are many bloggers who have blogged on social media. I’m sure its a common thing, but its hard to tell who’s doing what. A good thing to do would be to have a blog that talks about social media in a positive light. And I would even suggest making this blog the home page of your website. That will force your readers to visit your blog, thus making it even more likely that they will link to you.