One Bite at a Time – Bite #2 – Pinpoint Your Social Media Focus

Which Social Platforms Will Work Best For Your Business?

Let’s decide on just one for now. What are our options?

The most popular social sites:

  • Facebook – The most popular one, everyone seems to be on it, lots of competition, can use mix of content – video, image, text, expect to post 1-2 times per day
  • Google+ – Has large user base, can positively effect your SEO, not sure who all is active on it, post 3-6 times per day, multimedia friendly
  • Twitter – Tech savvy users, thrives on constant stream of content – expect to post 3-6 times per day, best for quick, witty tips/observations, uses hashtags
  • Instagram – Good site for photography or other image driven businesses – design, tattoo, products, etc…, young/hip users, post once or twice a day,
  • LinkedIn – Good for B2B businesses, expect to post 1 time per day on weekdays, can share longer content, lots of professionals on this one
  • Pinterest – Expect to post 3-6 times per day, images are important, infographics do well here too, demographics = a lot of women, food/DIY does really well
  • YouTube – Best for businesses that would promote well with video
Tip

Pssst: Once we have that one social platform under control we’ll add in some automation so we can re-use our content easily on others.

Things to consider

Your Homework:

  • Pick one social media platform to start with.
  • Choose the one that fits your business best based on: demographics, type of content shared, even your own convenience – let’s be real here: if it’s not convenient we probably won’t keep up with it.

Since I’m already consistently active on Facebook, for this exercise I’ll be focusing on Instagram – I need to use it for sneak peeks & design stuff geared toward my biz more often. Another plus – Insta isn’t overwhelming 😉

I would love to know which social site you have chosen!
Drop me a note on my Facebook page.

See you in a couple weeks, when we take another bite! In the meantime, contact me if you have questions.

Catch up on the One Bite at a Time series

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