Are you looking to become an online marketing warrior? No? Well, I guess it was a dumb question. But I assume you want to learn something about social media management. We’re not here to talk about buying Facebook ads, even though that’s a great idea too. The best thing about social media is that it’s a free way to reach a vast number of interested, engaged customers and teach them all about the wonderful products that you sell.
So, in order to make sure that you’re doing everything you ought to be doing, let’s through the most prominent social media platforms so that we can figure out which one or ones would be perfect for you. I assure you that it won’t take long. You might end up using all or none of these, but at the very least this is a great place to start
Facebook: Facebook helps you the most when it’s being used as a fan page with information that is going to stay around for a while. So, if you have a sale or a contest that’s going to last for a few days, you should tell your Facebook friends. If you have info or some pictures, this is a fantastic idea as well. Facebook is also great for crafting a fan community where they can talk to each other about your products.
Twitter: Whereas information on Facebook tends to remain for a while, Twitter updates appear and disappearing at the speed of light. If your announcement is more time sensitive, such as maybe a one day sale, Twitter is the best place for you.
YouTube: They tell me that a picture is worth a thousand words; therefore a video has got worth at least a million. YouTube is a good way to share videos, so if you have something that requires a visual demonstration, YouTube is the best way that you can go.
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