Content Creation, Management, And Marketing
My 3 Golden Rules
1. Make It Available
Your customers are looking for you. Aren’t they? Make sure you are accessible to them online through as many social media platforms as possible. Just because, you, may not use a certain outlet personally does not mean that your business or online persona will not benefit from the usage of all social media. For example: I have never used Snapchat. However, over 72% (I took a poll) of my social media users participate in snaps.
I signed up immediately./Quadcapable 🙂
2. Pick an Audience
Every like, Tweet, share, & snap out there comes from someone. You will find that the majority of those someone’s have similar interests. With one of them being you. What makes you unique? What services do you provide that are different? What do you do better than anyone else? Whether it’s landscaping or streaming video games you have something to offer. Make sure that the people out there who want it can get it by picking the correct audience. Don’t market ice cubes to Eskimos.
3. Be Coherent
All the social media accounts in the world as your audience doesn’t mean anything if they can’t understand a single sentence or have no idea what services and products you may represent. Be specific about what you represent in the beginning of your campaigns when creating your audience. Branding is a good example of how to keep consistent throughout your social media. Have a logo created and that logo on all of your frontpage profile areas to consistently interact with your users. This will also allow them to understand that they see that logo they should see specific types of content.
Social Media Imagery Examples
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