Use of Social Media
September 10, 2014 Sanjay Dabhoya

While using social media for marketing, small, medium and big businesses can look forward to extend their reach to more number of customers. Social media has turned to be a significant element of the business marketing strategy. When you’re making your strong presence on the main networks, your sales will automatically increase or there will be huge growth in brand recognition. Your customers can interact with your brand through social media. If executed properly, marketing along with social media can bring noteworthy success towards your business.

Listed here are eight important non-marketing acquainted uses of social media that your businesses can gain from.

1. Hiring:
You can maintain your company profile uniquely on LinkedIn social networking site, providing links straight to your website. If you’re searching new employees for your firm, you can directly find the best talent over here and connect them directly. You can also be active in groups as well as on message boards. You can also post ads on Facebook, or tweet job openings on twitter to find out good employees.

2. Internal Communications:
You communicate with your associates and clients via emails and invitations, and receive replies from them too. You can also use social media for non-essential communication (that does not refer to work).

For this you can set up a Facebook group in your account so that employees can share their fascinating stories, contents, invitations, business talks etc. You can easily communicate on Twitter. People can share their ideas with your group and get accurate feedback from them.

3. Learning:
Business owners are facing tough time to be at the top position with changing times and trends too, and even complain what is the main interest of their customers, and what are they looking for. So when you use social media, you can have a direct conversation with your customers for discovering the hottest trends from them, and also knowing new, fresh ideas.

4. Networking:
While making connections like that of circling up at a conference and trading business cards, these can gain much, more and more networking value from social media. It’s never been easier to engage with other professionals and make personal intact connections that last longer. You can tell a lot from a person’s profile and the content they regularly publish.

The best social media to networking the best way is LinkedIn, to build professionally, but Twitter as well is an incredible networking tool as well. Twitter is more like walking up to a circle of strangers and introducing yourself by start conversation or join active discussions by tweeting. Twitter misses the ‘friendly only’ vibe on Facebook, which is a great thing to build up new networks, and tweeps habitually welcome the followers they don’t know personally.

5. Customer Service:
You have to face this boldly as users can straightaway complain on your social media wall or via tweets, which may be dreadful for you. Few companies have made up their minds to face such replies and answer their queries by having particular customer service accounts.

When complaints come from customers, or they have any issue, you should be active in order to respond them via logging on that account. If you execute it accurately, then more clients and audiences will reach towards your customer service account via social media. You can either please them or speak up in an appealing way.

6. Customer Engagement:
When you’re on someone’s feed, you’re more likely to influence their next plan or purchase. You can create contests and incentives for people to ‘check in’ near your location, also by offering coupons in exchange for page likes or shares. At minimum, you’ll gain some screen time on their social feed and more like to catch someone’s eyes.

At best, you’ll initiate business that emerges into a loyal customer base. And the more you get your followers the more chiming or clicking through will occur whether it’s exclusive deals, helpful content or just messaging. Try urging discussion on your page or account around a specific post by inviting your followers into the conversations. It doesn’t matter at times that if the topic is of your business or services, but something has to be relevant to your industry that builds a connection with your brand.

7. Selling Products:
The exclusive nature of social media is best for sales. It is the full blown marketing channels out there. Those using a sales technique about the fact that they want to buy your product or service.

It is more likely to get conversion when you have a discount for limited time deals, or new releases or promotions. Keeping updated your followers give the authenticity and trust to them.

8. Product Development:
Customer will appreciate if they are getting heard by the person behind the logo or brand. What is the better way to improve your products and generate new ideas and products with the help of your targeted audience. The simplest thing to develop your products is by working on your feedbacks and appreciate the customers by giving them what they want.

The life of the product can also be extended by reemerging older content. When you re-share the old content with the fresh update, it can revive interest of users who even missed it the first time. And since we are on these topic, do not forget the core role of social media plays in product marketing.

Well, we at Solwin Infotech can help you reach out to your audience through building social media. You can learn more about social media from us about how it can assist your organization. Hence, contact us directly anytime; we’re here to help you!

Categories : Search Engine Optimization, Social Media Marketing

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Sanjay Dabhoya

Founder & CEO

Sanjay is an entrepreneur who has been contributing to the overall vision of the organization as a mentor. Apart from being an entrepreneur, he is a developer, trainer and reader. His unique and innovative ideas has helped the organization and the clients to thrive and achieve a progressive business objective.

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