4 Social Media Guidelines You Can’t Miss

  • March 29, 2017
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Guide to Social Media Management

Social media is ubiquitous now and almost everyone has an account in one of the many platforms available online. These platforms give business owners and marketing professionals a chance to connect with a niche audience and promote their products and services to people who’re most likely to convert. However, it’s important to manage social media carefully. Our experts here at Rio X Marketing have put together a brief guide that can help you use this platform effectively.

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1. Understand the Personality and Purpose of Each Social Media Platform

Most people don’t realize that different social media platforms serve different purposes. Facebook, the king of social media, is great for long posts, live videos, and communities. Twitter is more fast-paced and lively, but you’re limited to short messages and can only posts links to long-form content. Instagram is a visual platform so you can post pictures and short clips of your products, events, and team on this platform. Once you understand the purpose of the platform, you can use it more effectively.

2. Study the User Base of These Platforms

Social media networks have different user demographics. LinkedIn attracts professionals, Twitter and Instagram attract younger, more tech-savvy people, Facebook has an older and more well-established user base, while Pinterest is more popular with women. Once you understand the user base, you can develop effective strategies to keep them engaged and entertained.

3. Schedule Your Content Postings

Successful social media marketing campaigns are a mix of paid and organic content. If you have a well-organized organic content marketing strategy, you’ll see more leads and conversions. Schedule your organic and paid content when you target audiences are online. For example, it’s best to post Facebook content at breakfast time or late evenings because that’s when people are most active on the platform. You need to post content on Twitter at least once or twice a day to keep your audiences engaged.

4. Automate What You Can

Social media management platforms allow you to automate your posts. You can also monitor your profiles and engagement on different platforms from one command center. You will be able to respond to comments on Facebook and Twitter from the same platform and won’t need to log in separately.

If you want to know more about social media and digital marketing, don’t hesitate to contact us at Rio X Marketing and we’ll be happy to help.

I am a marketing professional specialized in digital marketing with +10 years experience crafting and implementing online marketing strategies for small businesses. One of my personal objectives is to earn my PhD degree in the next 5 years, so I can continue helping people.

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