7 Effective Social Media Strategies For All Businesses

Updated on 19 Jan, 2018 at 4:13 pm


With social media expanding with a rapid pace, most of the businesses are stepping in the circuit and planning their own strategy. Social media presence is also becoming a major factor in the evaluation of a brand. The ways to attract traffic are endless but adopting the right path is what matters. Social media marketing can be used to target relevant audience in real time. If everything works right then nothing can stop your brand from becoming successful. To have a key idea go through the following points because research always counts!

7. Serve relevant information

Don’t be overwhelmed by your ambitions and try to understand what your potential clients really need. Make your social accounts a hub of meaningful resource. Treating your accounts like a billboard for sharing posts that people aren’t interested will deteriorate the trust within your target community. Research about topics that your desired audience is interested in and share helpful information. Also try to offer information that your competitors don’t.

6. Efficiency

Making people convinced and happy is definitely a burdensome task. For this you have to ensure that every effort that you are putting is well organised and executed keeping in mind the user reaction. If you run a blog for your business make sure that you continue writing until you cover all aspects of your industry (a never ending task!). Generating heat over the online audience is quite a formidable task because there are tonnes of other people doing the same thing. To stand out of the crowd to need to create a passionate impression that people want to be a part of.

5. A unique app

There’s no point of developing a app just for the heck of it. The application stores across different platforms are featuring all sorts of apps so in order to gain attention and a fan following your app needs to be unique and creative. Give a thought over a interesting interface, catchy titles or a twist in the functioning. If you follow the redundant and boring app ideas your customers will give you a big thumbs down!

4. Don’t restrict your endeavors


Many people ignore a website just because they don’t like it. If you hate Twitter, LinkedIn or Tumblr that doesn’t mean that you must neglect the potential clientele that these websites might get to you. Understand that the social media side of your business is not being run by you but in reality it is run by the users. Get rid of the thought that you are managing the social media accounts for your own self. Whatever you are trying to achieve out of the internet will all fail if it is not done while keeping the users in mind.

3. Interact

Using a scheduler to time and post your comments will do half of the job. The other and the more important half is all about engaging with the users. You must spend time regularly to talk to the users by replying to tweets, commenting on Facebook, sending direct messages and so on. This will make your business appear friendly and a place where customers can reach out to if they have something to say(either complaints or praises!). Another plus point here is that with the level of interaction with your social media followers you will also get some noble opinions and suggestion that might be hard to overlook.

2. Ruling niche platforms

Everybody is promoting their businesses on mainstream platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, etc. but hardly a few have opted for niche social networking platforms. Research and identify social networks that are related to your industry and try to get the most out of them. Well indeed the number of users will not be that high but you can definitely establish a strong presence in the target community. Relate this to the fact that it is a long and hard process to rule the world but ruling a specific clan is way more easier.

1. Use social media services

There are a host of services available on the internet that can make your objective of getting the most out of social media easier. There are tools to schedule your posts, analyse the virality, check the metrics and to auto upload content. You can use Google Analytics to track all possible aspects related to a post like finding out which content drives the maximum traffic or the websites that get you the most inbound referral traffic. Few of the services that you can try are Bottlenose (to predict trending topics), TweetDeck (to schedule posts), ReFollow (to manage Twitter network) and StumbleUpon Toolbar (to instantly share posts).