Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Waking Up Very Nicely

Social media is getting to be the most popular online activity on this Island, so it makes perfect sense for organizations of any kind to want to tap into that audience to try and promote themselves. Right now, more than 80 percent of the organizations on Oahu use social media in Newsletters, Web and Blogs sites. And Blogging sites are coming on as the strongest because of their currency and recency of information.

“Accept what is, let go of what was, and have faith in what will be.”

Night Club in Makaha Beach. People could be coming from the
North Shore but the Present Rail Party put a stop to that.

"I Can Dream, Can't  I?" by the Andrews Sisters.

But, simply opening an account or sending out some tweets is not enough to make social media platforms a viable and profitable part of a marketing strategy. Blogging has evolved into avoiding some basic missteps and some organizations have the ability to increase the interest in their blogs and create more opportunities from social media accounts.

Good competitive prices, when they could have taken the market for
whatever it could bear. Now no competition would dare compete
with them. People in Nanakuli take the bus to buy there.

Many do not have a real strategy. Less than one third of our dancers would say that the social media they come in contact with is mature. Newsletter, Web and Blog site readers are inundated with information and messages every second of the day. Organizations that don’t have a social media marketing strategy won’t ever cut through the clutter and deliver an effective message to their target audience.

"E Kuu, Morning Dew" by Bruddah Iz

We invite anyone out there to send us a few morsels of information to share with our fellow reader/dancers. No matter how you slice it, it is not boloney. The Waianae Coast is making progress.