The global crisis we find ourselves in has upended our economy and forced brands to pivot their marketing plans to meet the needs of their audiences. Marketing during a crisis means that planned content business owners had on their calendars, required a ‘hold-stop’ or needed updating to meet the new needs of their audiences. There are steps to take to make sure you as a business owner know how to create the right content during a crisis.
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The roadmap to a successful social media strategy begins with research. Research helps identify what social media tactics are right for your business. Conducting research will help you choose the right social media channels, know what type of content you need to create, and give you ideas now how to engage with your community.
Networking is an important part of connecting with the right people to help your business grow. LinkedIn offers a platform to help you take your offline events, online, so you can get the most out of your networking efforts.
Salespeople, entrepreneurs, and executives need to include social media in their sales strategy. Social Selling provides a way to reach more people, provide information, and continue conversations that generate leads, closes sales and improves customer retention.
When selecting what social media to use for your business, you need to consider a variety of factors, including audience, trends, and available resources. This checklist of questions will help focus your efforts, save time, and get the best results.
What's new in Social Media for April? YouTube offers workshops for teens, Facebook offers tech tool to help in emergency situations, LinkedIn offers some new features with their desktop redesign, and Twitter brings location to their direct messages.