Become famous using social media.

Become famous using social media.

Can you really become famous using social media? How do you get your brand seen by millions and mentions from the celebrities and influential business people?
Social media is the most successful avenue to obtain the biggest shop window for your business and brand. Each of the major platforms have simply millions of active users all hungry to learn about new businesses and people, looking out for the latest viral trends from those they follow. With planning, time, effort and understanding of your target audience these simple tips will help you to get noticed on social media and give you the best opportunity to become famous:
Follow celebrities and influential business people currently using social media. Believe it or not, perseverance will get you noticed and many small home businesses have had mentions from international celebs, some even had endorsements. Simple example is to research agents who look after high profile names and send examples of your work and asking for a simple mention on their social media account – Just check how often this is happening!
A key word to successful viral marketing is ‘unexpected’. Look for recent news releases that are different or attention grabbing and start to share them across social media – You will see an increase in your content being shared.
Awards on social media sometimes are offered  from celebrities themselves, look out for these and continue to enter for them as you will get noticed. Look out for varied hashtag’s for awards on Twitter such as #WOW, #SBS & #MOM.
Check networking events, especially in major cities. It is a start up world in many and lots host weekly events that have highly interesting guests that attend. Check event websites such as EventBrite and MeetUp. Attend these with an eye to network with influential people, get your brand noted.

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