When you log onto social media each day, you’re presented with information about what’s happened while you were gone. You see Chris just Snapchatted his pizza and that Holly is live tweeting interior design tips from an industry conference. You were also served an ad from your local clothing boutique about their summer clearance sale.
Do you know which keywords pinners are using to find your products? If you want to draw prospects back to your website, you need to know what interests Pinterest users and what will keep them engaged so your products are familiar when they appear on a pinner’s feed. But before you can do that, you’ll need to know who your audience is. From there, thinking about how to promote content that appeals to them will be much easier.
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Bummed that your business doesn’t show up higher in Google search results? You could change that by keeping an active account on Google+. Not sure that it’s worth the time commitment? The more you post to a Google+ account, the more likely your business is to rank higher in search results.
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Last week, we covered why a social media competitive audit can help you prospect and sell products online. While this blog post mainly covered the process behind our competitive audits and the need to stay ahead of other businesses in your respective marketplace, there are many more reasons why you should take a look at your competitors online. Below are two additional reasons to monitor competitors on social media. To get started, a social competitive audit can help your business learn more about customer service and potential for growth through social media.
To your peers, LinkedIn is considered the social media hub for professionals. It’s where you’re networking with your peers, following influencers and joining groups to stay updated on the latest industry news. It’s also the perfect place for your business to create additional product buzz by crafting sharable content that generates leads and sales via thought leadership strategies.
If social media isn’t part of your purchasing strategy, it should be. This is a prime opportunity to showcase and discuss products with customers and leads online. It’s also an ideal opportunity to follow them through the purchasing process.
Twitter is the channel for list makers, hashtag followers and those who want to keep it brief but humorous. For brands and businesses, this makes Twitter the perfect place to look for new customers. The tips below will help you get started — or start again — with engaging your customers and prospects on Twitter. Our free Twitter prospecting workbook will also help you stay organized and efficient along the way.
With over one billion active users on Facebook per day, it’s safe to say that who you want to reach is likely using Facebook. Those leads may also be using one of your competitor’s products. To look for those leads, start by doing a quick search on Facebook of your business area plus the city you’re located in. A search for credit unions in Omaha, Nebraska pulls up all of the public posts — from personal and business pages — that match those terms.
Follow digital footprints to learn more about your audiences
When you log onto social media each day, you’re presented with information about what happened while you were gone.