Social Media Management
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Where we will begin?
If you’re not sure how to begin optimizing the way you manage social – don’t worry. It’s something many marketers are confused about.
Another important element of managing social media more efficiently is picking the right platform.
After we conduct a social media audit, it might turn out that some platforms simply don’t work well for your brand. In that case, you should take the time to understand the effort it will take to get the results you need.
A lot also depends on where your audience is. If during your research we find out your audience is mostly on Twitter, for example, but your presence on the platform is far from strong, then you should obviously seek to improve.
If your results aren’t that great and your audience is somewhere else, we might consider shifting your resources to a different channel. But before we do, we will consider the following questions:
- What is your business objectives (improving brand awareness, lead generation, website traffic, conversions, etc.)? Will I be able to meet my business objectives on the platform? How much will we have to spend to meet my goals?
- Will will we be able to perform efficiently enough to generate positive ROI on the platform? Will the amount be enough to justify the cost of marketing on the platform?
- What are the demographics of the community on the platform and are they matching the demographics of the audience I’d like to reach?
- Is your target audience present and active on the platform? Will I be able to reach them effectively?
- How popular among marketers is the platform? How much content will weI have to produce to stand out?
- Is my direct competition present on the platform? How are they doing? Will we be able to outperform them?
Analyzing your social media community is everything when it comes to managing social media efficiently. There are plenty of benefits to analyzing your followers – including building stronger customer relationships, creating more relevant content, and boosting social media conversions.
On the flipside, if you don’t do market research beforehand, you’re at risk of getting on a wrong path, wasting both money and resources.