Learn why social media is important and vital for your business.
Social media helps you connect to your clients and potential customers on a local and international level.
Let us help you get your brand set up on Twitter, Facebook and You Tube.
The biggest question we get asked is – “should I do this social media stuff?”
Well, I have to admit that my biggest endorsement of social media comes from the benefits it delivers to your website and increasing your rankings in search engine results. It gives you the ‘edge’ over your competitors and is a nice personal touch to your site.
If you have to have just three ‘social media’ things; we’d suggest getting set up on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin.
Firstly though; you NEED a blog – as you can ‘cleverly’ re-use this content and automatically push it out through your other social media channels, such as facebook and twitter.
We can set up and customise your Facebook Fan page and Twitter accounts so they have the same look and feel as your business website.
And finally, if you’re still not convinced…
7 reasons why blogging and social media
are vital for your business:
Connect with your customers:
Your customers are on Facebook and Twitter; get in front of them and converse with them in their space. You can address questions or complaints quickly and openly.
Build your brand:
Social media is open and transparent – and shows off the human side of your business. Your customers – and even future employees – get to see what you’re all about.
Keep your finger on the pulse:
Social media tools allow you to monitor conversations about your brand, your products, your industry and your competition; and react accordingly.
Part of your SEO strategy:
Influence how and where your business is discovered via search as social content can boost links to website content, improving search traffic.
Take on the Goliaths:
In social media size doesn’t matter so much; engaging with your community does. Social media tools are not only accessible to any business at low cost, they’re also new – so we’re all learning, even the biggest businesses.
Increase media coverage:
A presence in social media will help get you noticed (hopefully for the right reasons) organically, rather than ‘pushing’ your PR.
A source of great leads:
Building a community around your brand through the social web increases lead generation, impacting on sales.