With social media platforms developing increasingly sophisticated ways to advertise, promote and boost your own content, is it worth adding to your social media strategy?
In last week’s post, we broke down the demographics of some of the most popular social media platforms so you could determine the best place for your brand to be in the social sphere. But now that you know where to be, do you know what to post? What about when?
For brands, social media is increasingly a way to reach out to individual consumers, but if you’re not reaching out to the right people in the right ways, you could be missing out on valuable revenue and relationships.
Seventy percent of people in America use social media. If you are not reaching out to these customers, how many people are you missing? Learn why you should be involved in social media marketing and how to do it.
Today, there’s really no need to stress if you don’t have the budget to film grand advertising campaigns. The power has shifted to a more mobile world as evident by how many people look at their smartphone screens during ad breaks when watching TV. The good news? Most small businesses are not taking advantage of the mobile friendly environment the market is craving.
Over this seasonal period, it’s easy to stress about your competition and worry that you don’t have the same budget that the big brands do. Luckily for you, it’s never been easier or cheaper to reach out to your customer base with social media, giving you the ability to deliver compelling reasons to check out your business, straight to their screens.