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Social media platforms are now a major companion for businesses today. Harnessing the power of social media tools can, therefore, significantly boost the growth of your business. To reap all the benefits of social media, you need to take note of 6 important tips outlined.

 

Use all social media channels

From Facebook to LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest, each social media channel has different advantages when used appropriately. Also, each has different levels of followership and fame across the market. To be successful, you should start by creating a social media presence for your business on every social media channel to reach out to as many potential customers as possible.

 

Observe consistency

Consistency when posting messages on social media channels is critical in helping to actively engage your potential customers. Depending on the goal of the engagement, you can post periodically ranging from a few times a day to once a week. Periodic posts keep customers informed and helps boost your business’ fame.

 

Format content appropriately

As much as you have multiple accounts on different social media channels, you should try to format your social media content differently to optimize its suitability. Channels such as LinkedIn and Facebook can accommodate large text content while other channels such as Twitter and Instagram requires you to use short and precise texts. Pinterest, on the other hand, is great for visual driven promotion and communication.

 

Align content with your business

When creating content, you should ensure that it is aligned with your business’s objective and area of investment. The content should also be unique and captivating enough to encourage social media users to comment, like, and share it with others.

 

Be prompt in responding to customers

Try to be prompt as far as responding to your customers. To achieve this, you may need to hire specific employees to handle your business’s social media communication. Customers may ask clarifications through social media channels’ peer-to-peer messaging which should be appropriately responded to on time as well.

 

Evaluate your progress

Lastly, it’s important to evaluate the progress you make on social media regularly. Evaluation should include the number of visitors who view your content and show engagements such as liking, sharing or commenting. Use the data you collect from your evaluation to focus on those channels that social media users tend to prefer.