3 Ways Your Startup Should Be Using Social Media to Build An Unstoppable Brand

3 Ways Your Startup Should Be Using Social Media to Build An Unstoppable Brand

It’s no secret that social media is the place to be for all things marketing and branding. If you want your ads to be seen, they need to live on at least one social network. This both democratizes and marginalizes the ad space. Which is why it’s important to know the correct way to apply social media to your marketing methods.

If you don’t address your social media presence with the appropriate amount of gusto, you’ll be wasting money, manpower, and an entire marketing strategy. Your startups brand shouldn’t go unnoticed, and neither should your branding efforts. If you want to build a brand that your company deserves implement these three tips into your startup’s social media marketing strategy.

1. Build an audience through your established network, and by utilizing influencers.

The first thing you should focus on when it comes to establishing your brand is building an audience. Growing and organic audience on social media can be extremely difficult. To stand out you will need to be doing two major things.

One is that you will need to create content that drives people to your site. This means it has to be share-worthy. Your content needs to be thought out, with your audience in mind. Think about the kind of demographics that your product or service is made for, and then post aesthetics that will resonate with them. You also need to be sharing valuable content regularly, this means at least once a day.

Your aim should be to build a brand that forms relationships with your audience via social media.

2. You’re more likely to get seen if you know where your audience is scrolling.

Social media is a powerful opportunity for startups with low marketing budgets. Since building a page on major platforms are free, no matter how big or small your company is you are eligible to have a social media presence.

For example, if they are on LinkedIn it’s not worth putting all your efforts into an Instagram page. More importantly, not all content translates to different platforms. What you post on Twitter should be different than what you post on Facebook, and so on. Unless you have a big team–and budget–it can be impossible to create engaging and unique content for every social media site. Instead, you should choose one or two and nourish those pages.

3. If you want to build a brand that resonates with your audience, you need to engage with your audience.

Social media is a great way to connect with your users. Make them feel heard. You can’t build a loyal following if they feel neglected by your brand.

If you want your audience to engage with you, make it easy for them too. If you post about a sale you are having or a new product you want them to check out, make sure to include a link to your website.

Building an outstanding brand starts with a social media marketing strategy that allows you to have a conversation with your audience. Let these networks to help you build a brand that will resonate with your followers and a page that will make your startup proud.

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