Deals are a great way to monetize your social media and drive
customers into sales. Put up decent discounts on your Facebook page.
Make sure that you clearly state that it’s a discount and it only lasts a
certain time period to gain more traffic and sales.
2. Reveal Beta Features or Products
Social media is a great place to test your beta features or brand new
products. This also gives you the opportunity to let your followers get
a sneak peek of what you’re working on before it’s launched.
3. Provide Value Through Your Relationships
If you focus on the qualitative metrics, like creating value through
your relationship-building efforts, you’ll create business value. While
getting the attention is important, retention is key. Retention is a
sign that your relationships through social media are paying back
(literally). If your audience stays, you are also driving them back to
your products or services.
4. Amplify Your Special Promotions
Running a special promotion? Amplify it with Facebook’s “boost”
button so you can reach a larger portion of your fans. Since it’s a
promotion, it’s likely to be well-received because the deal or
opportunity typically favors the consumer as well as the business.
Use Social Media as Part of Your Content Marketing Plan
In my experience with Hubstaff, content marketing has been a huge
growth driver. Use social to promote your blog and website content, and
tap into audiences looking for content related to your services. By
writing about our concierge staffing service and time tracking tools,
then promoting that content on Facebook to a targeted audience, we drive
traffic to those posts from interested people.
6. Consider the ‘Big Three’
Consider webinars, podcasts and skillshare classes
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