Maintaining a Strong Social Media Presence

Social media plays such an important role in the way your company will be perceived. Effectively communicating your message and connecting with your target audience isn’t always easy.

Below are some tips to help make your presence on social media as powerful as possible:

Have a clear and consistent tone of voice on each of your platforms.

Setting the tone for your social media creates a unified brand behind your company, which is necessary in establishing your credibility. You may need to hire a communications professional to work exclusively on engaging with the online community.

Your presence should be consistent.

You should aim to post on your social media every day. Update your audience with any new products or any information about the industry you are involved in.

Respond to both positive and negative feedback on all of your platforms. If you neglect to respond to negative commentary, the information may appear to be true and endorsed by your company.

Tailor your posts to each platform.

The first step is to research which social media platforms your audience spends the most time using.

If your audience prefers Twitter, make sure you prepare short but powerful messages. Incorporating clickable links or videos can pique the interest of your audience.

If your audience prefers Instagram, make sure your photos are powerful and professional. Including a descriptive caption can also intrigue your audience.

If your audience prefers WordPress, Tumblr, or similar sites, make sure to produce content with a consistent theme.

Promote and engage.

The purpose of social media is to build new relationships awhile strengthening existing ones.

You should promote important information about your company and engage with your audience by making feedback surveys or offering incentives.

Never forget the importance of forming a connection between your brand and your customers.

  • Posted by Marcia Greenberg
  • On June 1, 2017
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