As a business owner, you probably know how important social media is to your overall marketing strategy. Prospective customers often use social media to research products, services, and companies that will help them solve a problem. That's why it's important to post helpful, informative content on your page and build relationships with your followers. But what happens when your followers aren't engaging with your posts? Try these tips to help improve your engagement rates:
Imagine that you have been tasked with optimizing your company’s social media presence. Or that you are now in charge of generating leads through an organic social media strategy. How do you begin such a task? On which metrics do you allocate your focus? How do you measure success in the ever-changing world of social media?
LinkedIn can be a valuable tool for individuals looking to connect with colleagues and build a professional network, but it is much more than that! For businesses, LinkedIn is a marketplace to share ideas, products, and services. Connect with your audience and start building awareness for your brand on LinkedIn with these five tips:
Social media marketing is a powerful way for businesses to tell their story, grow and connect with their audience and stay top of mind with consumers. With over 200 million social media users across the United States, your social media presence is an impactful extension of your brand.
Here are 6 tips for building your social media presence to get the most out of your social media marketing strategy:
The amount of content available to consumers is ever increasing. Not only in the number of social media platforms available for you to connect with your consumers, but also the increase in competition of more and more businesses hoping to engage with customers this way. Here are 4 tips to help your content stand out above the rest:
Community management is the process of building an authentic community among a business’s customers, employees, and partners through various types of interaction. The purpose of community management is to grow your audience, network, and engagement levels. This helps your brand keep its voice and tone consistent across all social channels.
The concept of "My Story" started a few years ago when Snapchat started the story concept. Ever since then, other platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and even YouTube, have done the same. While stories started off as a feature mainly used by individuals, that has changed. Companies have found a purpose for stories, including keeping their customers engaged and connected outside of their normal organic postings.
Some of the benefits of using stories for business include:
It's no secret that we live in a digital world. This has become even more obvious over the past few months as businesses and consumers alike have transitioned to a more virtual way of life. While it has always been important for your business to be visible on social media, it has become imperative during these times of social distancing.
A recent survey of 1000 consumers and 500 businesses showcased the influential role that social media plays in consumers' buying decisions. Interestingly, the report showed a wide variance in social media platform preference among different generations. This is why it is so important to make sure you're optimizing your social media presence on the platform your target audience uses. The flashiest TikTok video is not likely to reach your Baby Boomer customer.
When using social media, it’s important to make sure you are sizing your images specific to the platform, whether that is Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, or Twitter. These platforms utilize images the most and strongly favor them over other types of content. Ensuring that your images are the correct dimensions for each specific platform can be a challenge. Image requirements can depend on the type of device it will be used on andwhere it will be shared which creates a lot of variation in sizes. Beyond dimensions, it’s also best to use file types such as jpeg or png when uploading images. To help navigate you through this confusion, we’ve created a super simple guide to find all of the social sizing in one place!
Instagram stories are becoming more and more popular by every type of business. It is a more personal way to engage with your followers. Below, we will explain 5 different types of Instagram stories that work with any type or size of business. These stories highlight key, personal components of your business and allow your customers and followers to engage with your brand.
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