Life itself is only a vision – a dream…RSS
In this day and age, plenty of new social media platforms our at our disposal if you really want to market the heck out of your enterprise. Besides the traditional media outlets of days gone by, we all have the power to utilize the latest technologies to mass market our ideas: blogs, Facebook, Twitter, WholesaleForum, Digg, and so on.
With the playing field open to all, you’re next step is deciding which social media outlet you’d prefer to use that suits your particular needs, and then sync that account to automatically update the rest.
As a small business owner, you probably spam the same message across all platforms, which is still better than nothing, but not quite on par with getting the most potential out of calories burnt.
In this post I’ll give you some ideas that you can try out as you continue to extend your market reach using any social media outlet. Here we go!
Stay on point
Even though you should keep in mind the tone and marketability using different platforms, it’s key to remain on point when it comes to marketing your vision. Being real is much more important than anything else. The amount of quality and value that you give to people should never change, no matter what! Even if you change up the way you present your ideas, you should never confuse your company’s dream.
It’s a smart move to branch out the way you market your company, but remember to stay true to how you want your brand to be perceived by the masses and why you got into business in the first place. Always check your thoughts by thinking, “How do my customers live their lives and how can my product/service better their existence?” As you continue forward with this thought in mind, you’re readying yourself to start changing the realities of people no matter the social media platform…
Attitude is everything
How you go about telling a story about your business on your company’s website will set you apart from the rest, but at the same time you want to be casual by using social sites such as Twitter, WholesaleForum, Facebook, and the many other communication channels you’d prefer to use. When it comes to Twitter, it’s great for dishing out quick info about your latest news and updates for the person on the go. On the other hand, WholesaleForum is more about getting to know the details of any business related question that you need answered without feeling rushed. Now before you start mass marketing yourself across all platforms, make sure you double check your initial tone and then carry that same feel as you keep at it.
Check your material
There are a lot of businesses out there who are trying to entice others when they don’t want to be enticed. The people will only listen to what you have to say when they feel for it. For example, trying to hawk your warez to folks who are chatting with friends and family on Facebook isn’t business like. It’s an updated version of a telemarketer calling you at dinnertime. Nobody wants to experience that moment. On the other hand, there will be times when people are highly interested in seeking the products/services that you’re offering. All you really have to do is think like them and know what brings them through your digital doors.