What does “SMRS Maintenance” mean?

Monitor – track when messages are read, when interaction is high, where people are talking to you and direct the bulk of your SMRS to be in those mediums, forums, groups, etc. Engage with anyone making a noise. This will make you and your organization come across as the SME in the space and/or and “Engaged” organization.

Reuse – if you posted content that had a great impact, that is not out of date and still relevant, use it again in your Social media Channels. There may be some people that missed it the first time around or some folks that might want to read/share it again.

Recycle – good content does not need to come from you. Here’s a head up,… there are people out there that know as much about your industry as you do. Re-use their content through your channels. It will show the public that you are socially responsible and want to share industry relevance, no matter the source.

Repeat – try every kind of strategy, placement, distribution and social medium possible and those plans that work,… REPEAT!!!!

Back from the Summer Holidays,
Richard

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About richardmatthews

Richard has been part of the Canadian Recruiting landscape since 2000 and is the founder of ION Groups which includes the RNG and HRNG on-line communities for recruiting and HR professionals. He is known as a thought leader and expert in Social and Professional Networking, Social Media and the evolution of Web 3.0 and is a featured speaker on these subjects at conferences and industry events. Richard is a Partner at Granite Consulting and is focused on building and delivering Social Media Recruitment Strategies to Granite Consulting Clients. ION Groups' connects "Like Minded Individuals", using our peer driven content, social networking and an on-line collaboration approach.
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