Every size of business struggles with managing their social media efforts. There are blog posts, Twitter updates, Facebook Updates, hashtags, keywords, related links, not to mention recommendations, photos, and the most important aspect of building deeper business relationships and getting to know customers better. Doing each of these things can take hours every day and it can be difficult to do everything necessary along with tackling the other aspects of owning a business. Larger business’ can often break the job up between multiple people however in a small business it can be a lot of responsibility for only a few people. That’s why there are a few companies designing programs to streamline social media like you can see in this post about Bundle Post Pro . It’s good for any size business but is especially helpful for smaller business’. Saving time on social media saves you money.
- Forget Me Not, Social Media (sidunbl.wordpress.com)
- How Journalists Can Use Social Media to Build Reader Relationships (business2community.com)
- The Four Steps to Social Media Success (green-umbrella.biz)
If you’re unfamiliar with Instagram I can sum it up for you in one sentence: It’s Facebook but with pictures as the main form of sharing instead of one or two sentence updates. It’s a way to constantly update your life online with images from your Iphone or whatever device you use. You might be wondering why in the h%/& that would be even remotely useful for your business but you’d be surprised. Humans are visual creatures so sneak peaks of products or services delivered in the subtle form of a social media photo can go a lot further than expensive product placement photos. As this article on 25 Tips for Using Instagram in business says, “cuteness sales.” I think the five-billion cat pictures online supports this statement as internet fact.
- The Science of Turning Instagram Followers into Customers (business2community.com)
- Instagram’s first ad showed up today, so let’s all over-analyze it (digitaltrends.com)
- 5 Charts That Show How Mobile And Social Media Are Taking Over Commerce (businessinsider.com)
- Welcome To The Unicorn Club: Learning From Billion-Dollar Startups (techcrunch.com)