Natalie Lesyk
Natalie - digital marketing geek with narrow specialization in community building. She writes about social media, growth hacking, followers, community engagement and much more. Stay tuned!
Natalie Lesyk
Natalie Lesyk

Create your own social network domain in 4 steps

Social network sites rule the world. That statement is the truth nowadays and it will be in the future. The world belongs to the social media network. People evolved and changed by accepting technology as a tool that allows unconditional freedom of expression and connection with diverse communities. Ning allows you to create your personal domain, that will work out well in the long run.

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Natalie Lesyk
Natalie Lesyk

How to Promote Your Community and Drive Traffic For Free

Whoever is still using press releases and spending money on ads is definitely not getting the bang for their buck. That’s because the majority of consumers and businesses are not paying attention to these marketing channels. Instead, they are on other channels seeking out more from brands than a press announcement or sales copy. Today’s audiences want helpful and relevant content that delivers something of value to them.

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Natalie Lesyk
Natalie Lesyk

Social Media Goals Every Business should Measure

We’ve seen social media growing from a simple way of keeping in touch with people towards the important weapons in the marketing stream to achieve social goals. It is foreseeable to use social media goals examples to look for the competitors and achieving your best to set up the desirable social media goals and objectives for your team. You need to stick to a well-devised plan to achieve success in social media world.

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Natalie Lesyk
Natalie Lesyk

How to create a business social network that will become profitable

First and foremost, we will dive into the importance of social interaction. Why do people need social interaction? Put simply, we are social animals and cannot survive without connections to others. No wonder the most horrifying and psychologically painful torture for prisoners is the complete deprivation of human interaction in solitary cells. Everyone knows about the so-called Mowgli kids who had no chance to communicate with their peers while growing up and were not able to learn any language at all.

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