Social media is everywhere. Twitter, Facebook, and more. Millions of people utilize these sites and are ideal targets for marketing. However, some businesses may not have the time, expertise or staff to maintain a social media presence. If this describes your situation, why not consider Jer-Vic, Inc. to develop and execute a marketing campaign for
you? Each month, we will link to important sections within your site, related articles, and develop brand awareness. In the simplest form, social media provides a platform where customers can discover information they need to make purchase decisions.
Engage Your Customer Online
Client interaction is vital in social media. One of the best ways to get more traffic to your site is to get someone to listen and participate in conversations about your product or service.
Why do you need social media marketing?
Social media marketing is not only the way marketing will be done in the future, but it is the foundation for successful businesses now. When you take your brand to where people are, you no longer have to struggle to search for potential clients. You just have to connect with them. Taking time to connect with your customers on social media shows that you care and value them which helps you build strong bonds.
How often should you post on social media sites?
A minimum of 5 days per week is recommended and 7 days should you wish to hit the weekend fans. Posting times and strategies vary depending on your industry.
What if something bad is said about your business?
The power of using social media is the ability to address the situation in front of your audience which builds confidence in your existing client base. However, you can never make everyone happy.
Will social media help with Google Rankings and SEO?
Yes! Google can retrieve your posts from Facebook, Twitter and Google+ and display them in search results. Therefore, social media efforts directly effect and influence your search engine rankings.
How soon will you see social media growth?
The growth and time frame you will see is related to your business and it’s market. Small businesses in a very niche market will see smaller growth numbers than a large business with a wider market base.