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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Easy Ways to Stamp Your Online Presence Using Social Media

How to stamp your online presence using social media

Social media networks offer businesses an affordable and streamlined way to share good content with their target market. How can marketers leverage these platforms to their advantage? What are the best ways to stamp your online presence? Good content must be shared with audiences, and you must find ways to get ahead of the competition in this respect.

Multiple sharing without resorting to spamming

Essentially, spamming is sharing the same message or post over and over. This is undesirable behavior that often leads to loss of potential customers. Since multiple shares can lead to a higher number of followers, it is important to package the information differently so that the message gets out there without discouraging supporters. You should not resort to spamming, which may tarnish your online reputation and lead to a huge loss of potential customers.

People don’t really mind the practice of sharing content multiple times. Actually, followers don’t really see every single post, and this is why sharing a post more than once is necessary so that the probability of the target audience receiving the message is higher. There are many ways to express the same idea or concept. 

For instance, the first post can be written in the form of a statement, while the next post, which contains the same message, can be introduced in the form of a question. Packaging content in varied ways is an effective way to send out an important message that bears repeating. But, in order to elicit strong reactions, the message must not be repetitive and static.
Optimizing content for every network

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 Social media platforms share similar characteristics, but then they also have innate differences, which marketers need to heed. In Twitter, for example, one of the best ways to encourage people to become involved more deeply is to pose solutions to their most pressing questions. Titles of useful articles can be posted, ensuring that the content is within the 140-character limit. Meanwhile, in Facebook, even sales post must be presented in a friendly, conversational tone to entice people who prefer a casual approach. In LinkedIn, the key is to stimulate a discussion between professionals that revolve around a topic that is relevant to the brand.

Results monitoring

Another way to establish your online presence using social media is to monitor results. If the objective is a constant influx of traffic, it is essential that the results of current campaigns are known. In order to attain the right amount of social activity that continues to engage audiences, you must study the response of audiences to your previous posts. How are they reacting to the messages you send out? Is there a need to increase post activity? Or perhaps you must consider a decrease in activity since engagement seems to drop, perhaps due to audience bombardment?

 Monitoring tools are available to everyone. You can even determine audience response to the quality of your content and the frequency of social media posting in real time. Take advantage of digital tools that allow you to get useful feedback. Analyze the data, and plan for the next step that will propel your brand forward.