Marketing your business on social media is basically a
I’m going to share with you the exact way to use social media for your business to gain more followers. If you’ve just been randomly sharing posts, or links to your website, then you’ve probably been wasting your time and not getting anything out of it.
Before you read through how each social media site works to understand that not all social media sites are intended for the same purpose. In order to effectively promote your business, you’ll need to learn what the purpose of each site is.
Pinterest has become more than just a social media site, it’s a search engine.
Pinterest is about sharing content, visually. Most bloggers create customized blog post images for their posts that can be shared on Pinterest so that it’s easy to read the title of the post and entices the user to either save the pin or click through to read the post.
The types of posts that perform best on Pinterest are informational lists and articles, lists of resources, advice articles, how-to’s, DIY’s, weddings, holidays, recipes, crafting, fashion advice, diet/nutrition advice, beauty how-to’s, interior decorating, parenting advice, book suggestions, business advice and design tips.
Organizing all of these posts can be really overwhelming. It’s almost impossible to manually post every
Facebook is one of the original social media sites that’s still around. While many businesses are finding it impossible to get noticed on Facebook even when they have thousands of fans, it’s still not worth throwing in the towel just yet.
In order to have a Facebook business page you’ll need to have a personal profile. Facebook is a mixed bag of content types, but you’ll find success in sharing articles, sharing videos/GIFs, posting achievements and major updates, asking questions, asking recommendations and promotional offers.
Follow the 80/20 rule for Facebook, 80% of your posts should inform, educate, and entertain your audience and 20% should directly promote your business.
Hashtags are optional for Facebook but they aren’t commonly used.
Instagram is my #1 resource for meeting new clients. It’s very visual and not heavy on content (you can’t share links on Instagram).
Users love tapping images that are beautiful photos, personal pics, behind the scenes, artistic, shoppable (you can now link to products from your post), shared images (with credit to the original post), questions, inspirational quotes and promotional offers.
Hashtags are essential on Instagram unless you have tens of thousands of fans. Do your research on hashtags and try not to use generic hashtags like #fintechgie or you will get overlooked very quickly. There are even some hashtags that are blacklisted so you won’t want to use them since you’re limited to only 30 hashtags per post.
Compared to Facebook and Instagram, Twitter is a more unique social media platform. It’s less visual than Instagram and less social than Facebook. But you can still get great engagement with links, images, quotes, retweets (posting someone else’s tweet), questions or comments of your own.
It’s important that your tweets are very compelling and kept short. Tweets that are paired with an image are shown to have more engagement.
Hashtags are essential on Twitter but you won’t get to use as many as Instagram because of the character limit so choose wisely.
Retweets are vital to getting more followers, especially is someone retweets you! Curate some content on Twitter and retweet what you think your audience would find interesting.
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