1. Expert blogging
A blog is a simple, easy-to-use platform for connecting with and sharing timely and relevant information with customers. It gives your company a voice. A blog creates a place to talk about new products or services. Your small business may already have blog content that is regularly published, but how good is that content? If your content isn’t informative and exciting to read, people aren’t going to stick around.
2. Better Social Media Practices
Social media platforms are a significant contributor to big data because there are a lot of engagements on these services. Customers are practically handing you a road map to running your business more efficiently and providing a better customer experience. It is commonly suggested that to increase your brand presence, you need to be active on all forms of social media. Thus, you should be actively listening and collecting social media based data.
3. Video content
Today, embedding videos is a standard feature that allows even the technophobic to propagate relevant content. Approximately 60 percent of consumers prefer to watch content, instead of reading it. With online video quickly becoming a key means for people to satisfy their information and entertainment needs, small businesses that fail to include it in their internet marketing strategies will do so at their peril.
Busy day at the office and have no time to update social media?
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We can set up your social media marketing and arrange a service that is designed to keep you in total control of your messages across various social media networks and is based on understanding your own unique business challenges and objectives. We can also train you how to maximise your social media whilst we take care of everything else so you can focus on your business.