In a recent article in the Business of Social Business eSeries, I wrote about the 4 Pillars of Social Business Strategy. Today’s article builds on that strategic foundation by looking at functional considerations for your social business.
Although a social business model can touch all aspects of your operations, and for the better, the top 3 arenas to consider are:
- Marketing – engaging prospects and customers to extend sales.
- Service – supporting existing customers and partners.
- Team collaboration – with combinations of internal and external audiences.
Let’s look at each in more detail because each will impose variations to your social strategy. This is the 3rd installment of the Business of Social Business eSeries.
(Note: Up next in the next installment, we’ll blast through social media valuation myths. ‘Cause if you want your social business strategy to be successful, you have to get real.)
This article is now part of The Business of Social Business eBook, available on Pathlight Solutions, our sister site. Click here to learn more about the eBook.