It is Monday again! And today I’ll be sharing 5 new tips you can use to start the week right. This week I am focusing on the content we create on Social Media, because content is King! The better the content, the more likely people will follow you and do business with you.
The saying on the Social Networks is CONTENT is king! Your goal is to provide useful,relevant, free content to all your new friends so they can get a feel for what you do and how you can help them. Don’t worry about giving away too much because strangely, the more you give, the more you will get in return. It’s a huge paradigm shift from the traditional marketing model, but it does work.
2. Deliver Quality Content
You can create blog posts, share pictures of your products, ask questions, conduct surveys, and write articles, share teleseminars and webinars. There are 100’s of ways to share quality content. However, in the beginning, it can be challenging to know just what to post. You can find information that others have posted and share it. Remember this content does not always have to be yours, but please do give credit where credit is due. Make sure you name who created the content, they deserve the credit.
3. Share tips, tricks, and ideas
If you have a way to help do something faster, share it with others. They will appreciate it.
4. Be consistent.
Ideally, you will post once a day, but if you can’t keep up with that, at least post once a week. Keep connected with other people. Reply to their comments, ask questions, and answer other people’s questions. You can’t expect to be good for a week and then let it go to nothing. People will think you dropped off the Earth and stopped following you. They will give up on you because they expected you to be part of the conversation and you let them down.
It takes time and consistency to work for you.
If you want any marketing to work, you have to give it time to work. People aren’t going to buy from you right away. They don’t know anything about you. They need to get to know you first and get to trust you, especially with Social Media. It’s a harder place to get people just to buy. It’s exactly what the name implies “Social” media. That means that you have to be social and build a relationship with your followers. And one of the most vital things is that consistency will help you build that relationship.
5. Connection to a combative diary post: There’s nothing higher for inspiring engagement than somewhat disputation.
By just following these few steps a few minutes a day you will build up a large following of loyal fans that want to know what you have going on and share out your message with their followers. But, be consistent. Don’t let your work go to waste. It’s going to take a bit longer but you will have a much stronger following, and people will be much more likely to want to hear what you have to say.
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