5 Tips to Getting Your Business Started On Social Media
Tip #1: Begin with the end in mind
Tip #2: Know Your Audience (And Where They Hang Out!)
Tip #3: Start Small, Go BIGGER
Tip #4: Have A Plan
- Have a schedule for how often you update each of your social media accounts. Too much or too little is no “bueno”. This varies across platforms, though. For example, 3-5 posts a week is good for Facebook. 3-5 posts a week on Twitter, on the other hand, implies inactivity.
- Provide value. There’s already too much promotional content on social media. Too much promotional content that gets ignored easily by your clients. Don’t follow the herd. Create content that provides values to your clients and they will love you for it. For every piece of promotional content you post, provide at least 3 times more content with value.
- Have a unique voice. People don’t buy from soul-less corporations. Well, at least not anymore. People buy from people they like. That being the case, your business needs to have a unique voice and persona that your client can easily relate to. A persona that represents your brand’s values and unique selling proposition.
Tip #5: Get A Social Media Management Team
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