Ninja Cat thinks “The Garden Slug” are doing it rite

Marketing Ninja Cat always likes to find people who do interactive marketing and social media the rite way. She thinks that to do it the rite way, one must:

Be real – no fake identities, propaganda and claims of non-existing virtues

Like it – if you don’t, trust the Ninja Cat, your audience will know

Get it – some get it, some don’t. If they don’t, they should read Ninja Cats blog more often.

“The Garden Slug” have all of the above 3. They keep it real, blog/Twitt/write about the real deal, give snippets of their daily life. And seem to enjoy being out there, and interacting with their fans. They give lots of love to anyone who blogs about them or recommends them. They will joke around with fans, and listen to them. And the best part is, they do it naturally, and are loving every bit of it.

Many companies have tried to go into social media, but it just didn’t work out for them. Over hyped, one way-communication, meticulously crafted by copywriters, and constantly stuck and red-tape just doesn’t work. Garden Slug proves that you don’t need a marketing specialist or agency to connect with your audience on social networking platforms. If you really have the love and respect to your customers, your social media presence will come in naturally.

Planning to go into social networking platforms, take a look at some good Slug practices. Ninja Cat approves!

Engage in something bigger than your buisness

Engage in something bigger than your buisness

Give your fans some well deserved blog-love

Give your fans some well deserved blog-love

Give snippets of your daily buisness operations

Give snippets of your daily buisness operations

Share interesting links. You share them with your friends, why not share with fans?

Share interesting links. You share them with your friends, why not share with fans?

Learn from the naturals:

Garden Slug on Facebook

Garden Slug Blog

Garden Slug on Twitter

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One response to “Ninja Cat thinks “The Garden Slug” are doing it rite

  1. The business u’re referring to does seem to get it. U might find this useful/ interesting too: http://www.davidairey.com/design-agencies-on-twitter/

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