There’s no question that in today’s noisy marketing climate, you simply are not truly in business unless you can be found on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube, or even Google+! Creating new profiles and business pages on all the relevant platforms can be confusing and time consuming, and may not even reach the people who want what you have. Let us do that for you!
After your social media pages are built, we can give you administrative access to the pages and train you to use them, or we can manage them for you! Whatever you decide, we’re here and ready to help you make some noise. If you’re interested in learning more about our social media set up services, then feel free to get in touch with us. Ready to get started now? Your wish is our command!
- Set up of social media account/s
- Including Logos, video and graphics uploads (provided by client)
- Includes all administration passwords
Most common social media networks:
Facebook is the largest social media website on the internet. In September 2014 Facebook reported to have more than 860 million daily active users and 1.3 billion monthly active users. With more than 3 billion “Likes” and “Comments” on a given day, Facebooks is a social home to many of your current customers, and a perfect platform to make noise and advertise to your target customers!
Twitter has over 241 million active users. 53 million of them have joined within the last 12 months. With an average of 8,358 tweets a second, the social network is growing and quickly becoming part of people’s everyday lives. Twitter is one of the easiest platforms for listening to your targeted audience and jumping into conversations!
LinkedIn has over 300 million users and is perfect for B2B marketing. Overall, it’s a great platform for your business to develop strategic content, and share that content with a likeminded community. There are over 2.1 million Linkedin groups for your business to join and find your targeted customers. Maybe it’s time you stop looking past Linkedin?
In terms of traffic, Pinterest is now the third most popular social network. As compared to Facebook, the site drives up a higher number of new customers, especially for ecommerce sites. Studies show that 69% of customers who visit Pinterest have found an item they’ve purchased, or wanted to purchase. If your business sells online, you need to consider Pinterest.
With over 100 million daily active users, Snapchat is rapidly emerging as one of the most important and cost-effective tools for businesses. Snapchat’s Geofilter tool allows for brand promotion at live events or on special dates. With over 400 million snaps daily, Geofilters allows your message to be shared rapidly over a massive audience. The sheer size of Snapchat’s user base along with its low cost makes it a platform all businesses should be in on.
Video marketing is a powerful tool that your business should be taking advantage of, and there’s no bigger platform to do it on than Youtube. Did you know 80% of customers remember video ads they watch? In fact, 80% of online visitors will watch a video, while only 20% will read content in it’s entirety. Youtube can be an asset for you to reach potential customers.
Instagram is the fastest growing social network right now. The network has over 150 active million users. A total of 55 million photos are uploaded a day, which receive a total of 1.2 billion likes per day. The site gets 1,000 comments per second. It’s no wonder why Ingragram has 15x greater engagement rates than Facebook!
- Google+ or Google My Business
Although many debate on the value of Google+ today, it’s still one of the largest social networks on the internet. Although traffic on this network might be less than others, many have proven that traffic from Google+ is high quality and valuable. Furthermore, having an updated Google+ page will also help with your organic SEO.
Tumblr provides a unique opportunity when it comes to social media marketing. Tumblr allows you to tell a story, have fun and connect with customers in a completely different way than other social networks. Tumblr has a smaller following than other sites, but it’s following religiously checks Tumblr blogs of interest. We’ve yet to see a community as dedicated as the one on Tumblr.