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Using social media to market your business seems pretty straightforward. You just post, get the word out, and wait for new customers.
But there’s actually a lot more to it. Every single one of your posts should be part of a larger social media strategy.
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We would provide strategic services to help companies create a social media marketing plan that actually works and delivers results.
We would offer real people – myself and/or others – to actually be there on my clients’ social media pages.
1. Increased Brand Recognition
2. Improved brand loyalty.
3. More Opportunities to Convert.
4. Higher conversion rates.
5. Higher Brand Authority.
6. Increased Inbound Traffic.
7. Decreased Marketing Costs.
8. Better Search Engine Rankings.
9. Richer Customer Experiences.
10. Improved Customer Insights
Think of your content as the furniture in your house. It should represent your taste, generate conversation, and keep a consistent style throughout.
Your content should also make people feel comfortable. Social media is all about getting your audience to communicate with you and feel good in your presence.
That means: Don’t use social media solely as a place to sell yourself or your product. Use it to tell your story, connect with your audience, and portray a feeling.
Take your audience behind the scenes of your business, share news and events, and post how-to’s and photos. Ask people for their opinions and acknowledge holidays, birthdays, and special occasions. All of this can help build customer loyalty.
There’s a fine line between engaging your audience and overloading them. That’s why timing is so important in social media. Posting off-schedule or twice in a row is fine sometimes, but just make sure to keep a good balance (AKA cadence). Don’t bombard your audience with content, but don’t go silent, either. 1 or 2 posts per platform each day should do it – at hours when your audience is most active, of course. For Pete, this might be in the morning, after his Paleos’ daily run, and at lunchtime, while they’re eating kale at their desks. Finally, remember that the conversation isn’t all about you. Get to know your audience – they’re your focus group. Ask questions. Start discussions. Respond. Feel free to give a little push with a call to action. This is a fancy term for telling your audience to do something… like asking them to submit relevant photos and stories or sending them to your website when you’re having a sale. Yes, we used the “S” word. It’s okay to drive sales through your social media sometimes. But in order to do that, you’ve got to entertain your customers, too.
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