Businesses do not always know what to expect when they post on their social media and most of them don’t have enough time to learn how to use social media, never mind create a successful social media marketing strategy, so turn to outsourcing.  In order to provide the best value to your customers it is essential to be an expert in the field. And we have to always remember that is better to have one quality post rather than a lot of them with no quality.

Most of the businesses agree that, “Creating compelling content for social media is both the most effective (82%), and most difficult (69%) part of social media marketing tactics.” Indeed, creating a social media marketing strategy is sometimes considered one of the most difficult strategies for brands, with there being a lot more to local social media marketing than most people think. There is a huge difference between posting on behalf a company and posting on your personal accounts. 


Behind every great company…

… There is a group of great people! A company starts with the people who run it, and it ends with the people who consume it. Before thinking about what your business would post, you have to think about what your customers would like you to post. You have to ask yourself if you would engage yourself with that content. If there is neither personality nor presence in your business people will get disinterested very quickly.

In order to connect with your audience it is essential to be very personal. Brands have to have a balance between being promotional and engaging. Although try to be engage via outweigh posts rather than promotional ones. 


The good, the bad and the spammy

Don’t be those businesses that post “buy-my-product” posts. Nobody wants to see that from a business.

Always focus more on your customers and less on yourself. Because what you have to know is that if someone follows your business, they already know what your company sells. There is no need to over-saturate a feed with links of the site. The followers already know how to get there.

So how do you do it? Well, by providing customers with value, you make them stick around. Businesses don’t have to post something every day to keep that engagement. If you are able to post every day and provide value each time, then post daily. If not stick to quality over quantity, especially when it comes to your social media marketing strategy.

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