Free to Focus–What Social Media Does for Businesses

by Debbie Twomey on June 28, 2012


How would you like to be free to focus on what you consider most important (new products, creating videos etc) and leave your business/brand to be taken care of by a social media manager? Social Media Managers (SMM) take your brand, concentrate on it and free your valuable time for other areas of your business or life. How priceless would that be to you?
Social media is a simple concept. It takes information puts it into one of the social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Hootsuite, RSS, Pinterest, Google+, Hootsuite, Skype, FourSquare, Vimeo, Flickr, MySpace, StumbleUpon, digg, Reddit) and many more. In the business world, this allows your industry to reach so many more people than ever before.
Social media has proven its lasting power. It continues to reinvent itself. Just imagine hiring a SMM who keeps on track with all of the newest trends. Social media uses word of mouth, postings and tweets to direct decisions regarding customer’s needs and what they are purchasing or are interested in buying.
To make the most of this media, you need to be active and current in your conversations and interactions. A media manager establishes your presence on the most popular platforms. That presence is reflected in the most popular and beneficial way to your business/brand. This can be time-consuming so having a SMM frees your time for more important tasks.
A professional SMM takes care of all your media needs, everything from creating a Facebook business page, to Hootsuite where you post points of interest as often as you want. They build your brand on the many social channels. They can create the content and distribute it in whatever platforms necessary. This allows a level of engagement unmatched in conventional marketing services.
SMM can either create or enhance your product/business and engage or reach your community in a major way. Are you ready to take your Facebook page to an all new level? You would benefit from a professional SMM. Getting the most from social media takes regular daily action.  Having a SMM can add an interactive level of quality that can generate more leads, a greater reach and an increase in valuable customers.

 Tools of a SMM: Research, data, campaigns, polls, coupons, videos, smart phones, newsletters, tracking and analytics all determine what will work best for your website or product and the message you want conveyed to your ideal audience. This is attained by managing your business and personal reputation, creating amazing content that gets results and monitoring all interactions in Social Media.
One way to provide a consistent and wide audience is monitoring the SEO.  What is SEO and why is it important to online businesses? SEO stand for Search Engine Optimization. Simply put: words and phrases that are used, have an effect in SEO and the goal is to make sure whatever you choose, ranks lower than at least 1 million hits in a search engine or there will be little or no visibility. Engines like Google can be boosted by exposure in Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest (to name a few).
Be sure to check in for future blogs where I will post more details about the best ways to utilize the social medias of Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and YouTube.  Find out why SMM can free you to focus and concentrate while your REACH and DRIVE needs are being met. "Social media is the ultimate public relations bonanza."

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