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Empower ConsumActors for Exponential Growth

Posted at December 15, 2018, by O. QUENUM.

Summary

A ConsumActor enjoys a trusted straight on interactive relationship with its suppliers and providers, in order to catch actual Engagements of Products and Services. This is conveniently the interest of any company that is confident the Engagements of its Products and Services.

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Why not to pass the relay to ConsumActors?

The Real Economy is concerned with actually producing goods and services that are steered mainly by the consumer satisfaction. As a producer, if you are confident the Engagements of your Brand and your goods and services to satisfy the consumers, and yet you are missing an effective lever of the Real Economy, then why not to pass the relay to the Participative Web for an Exponential Growth? With the Participative Web into action or Consumer’s Intelligence in action, you can leverage your business into an Exponential Growth and within a fairly short time. To bring the Participative Web into action, the most effective way goes to provide some ConsumActors with the materials to self-catch and then initiate an exponential sharing of the Engagements of your Brand, goods and services. The Participative Web Materials consist in inline Quizzes and Surveys that kindly either introduce or go further your Information Publication on your Brand, goods and services. To get more interactivity and participation out of your website visitors, the Augmented Press allows you to stage Quizzes and Surveys in a suggestive setting for the Engagements of your Brand and your products and services.

How to benefit the Participative Web?

A ConsumActor enjoys a trusted straight on interactive relationship with its suppliers and providers, in order to catch the actual Engagements of goods and services. This is conveniently the interest of any Company that is confident the Engagements of its goods and services. Indeed the ConsumActors activies can yield in an exponential Business Growth within a short term. First of all, please let take a look on how both roles of Social Media Manager and Community Manager complement each over for the sake of the Rollout Strategy. On the one hand, a Social Media Manager role mainly goes to define and communicate the Brand’s Content (in an interactive way). A brand has its intrinsic identity, regardless of the variety of Social Networks. So the Social Media Manager has such a Facilitator role of helping anyone, all over each Social Network, to actually catch up the Brand’s Content (Brand Content customized for Social Media Channels). On the other hand, a Community Manager role mainly goes to Campaign the multiple Social Networks, with goods and services, for business Growth. The term of Campaign means that, like a politician, a Community Manager is doing in a selective way to target proficiently only some customers. Hence a Community Manger continuously tries to catch or initiate business opportunities. To summarize, a Social Media Manager essentially communicates the Brand engagements on Social Networks, while a Community Manager campaigns the Social Networks for the goods and services engagements. Finally, in order to actually benefit the Participative Web, a company should empower some ConsumActors. Indeed, as a Community Team Leader, the Community Manager can inbound and lead ConsumActors activities. Henceforth, the Community Manager and ConsumActors communicate collectively the goods and services engagements on the Social Networks. Let’s take a look at how your backing of ConsumActors empowerment can put an exponential leverage in growing your business, especially in Internet-based business strategy.
Example of Inbound Marketing showcase made with Augmented Press, see its Offer here.
As a Community Manager, I campaign the Social Networks for the Engagements on the Products and Services.
As a Social Media Manager, I essentially communicate the Brand Engagements on Social Networks.
Your worldwide Community of ConsumActors
The worldwide ConsumActors
The worldwide Consumers

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