Many small business owners know they should be using social media (Facebook, Twitter, Linked-In, YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram etc.) but struggle to understand which social media platforms are most important to reach their target audience and/or haven’t mastered how to use social media effectively to help with business growth.
The effects of social media can be exponential, so it’s important to understand how to use social media to give your business a competitive advantage and get you noticed.
SEO Nuts has dedicated social media specialists who can provide support and training for businesses, to help them achieve commonly identified social objectives, such as:
Getting to know your audience – choosing the right social networks to master for your sector
Building your brand – getting your name recognised and associated with your products and services
Attracting new customers – by driving traffic to your website
Offering support – engaging prospective customers by answering their questions
Reasons to talk about your brand – informing prospects why they should choose you over the competition
The largest social platform. Increase your exposure to potential customers with over 1.19 Billion global users (and rising).
The world’s leading microblogging platform which connects people and businesses with the same interests.
Google’s own social service which aims to replicate the way people interact offline more closely than is the case in other social networks.
A free video-hosting website that allows members to store and serve video content. Popular for blogging, news, music, comedy and training/demonstrations.
A free private messaging app from Facebook available for Apple, Android and other smartphones, allowing users to connect 1-to-1 and via groups.
A photo sharing app owned by Facebook which is rapidly growing into one of the most popular ways of promoting personal and business content.
A social media website that allows users to organise and share images and videos (or ‘pins’) from around the Web. Users can also like or ‘re-pin’ content.
A social network specifically designed to help people network professionally. Networks of people are established as being known and trusted.