It’s worth starting with an assessment of the current situation and designating the number of brand business accounts promoted on social networks and instant messengers.
SMM-promotion of a business usually occurs through Facebook communities, Instagram and LinkedIn business pages, YouTube business channel, and Google+ brand account.
You can create Viber and WhatsApp business communities, as well as the public Telegram channel.
Not too long ago, the internet was an activity. We’d come home from work or school, and spend maybe an hour or two gaming, catching up on news, or interacting with our friends. Engagement levels were similar to that of television. Now that’s all changed. Today, we’re connected every waking moment, and social media plays a major role in all of this.
We bank, shop, interact with one another, order food, watch movies, and pay bills online. Brands who want to engage with potential customers must reach them where they are, and that’s on the internet. That’s why social media marketing has exploded.
The problem is that if you’re new to all of this, it can be more than a little overwhelming. The benefits are certainly clear. Social media is a platform for creating audience engagement, increasing brand awareness, promoting your products and services, nurturing leads, and driving traffic to your website. It’s also a place where you can build trust, and establish thought leadership.
The downside is that a failed SMM effort can be worse than none at all. How do you create an engaging social media campaign that resonates with your audience? If it was just a matter of creating some ad copy, this would be much simpler. Instead, you’ve got to make connections.