Sunday, May 27, 2012

Tips on Social Media Content Creation


In how many ways you try to convince your customers to buy your services/ products? One ? Hundreds? Or thousands of ways? But one factor that always remains the backbone of your selling strategy is the ‘Interactive and Informative content’. Developing content for Social Media is something that you can’t take carelessly, especially when Social Media is your important-looking initiative to grab more prospects.

Whether in text, audio, video or art form, Social Media content must strike an emotional chord with potential customers while meeting your business interest. Here are some practices that can help you:

Curate content for customer satisfaction
When people choose to drop on your provided-information, it’s because you have succeeded to differentiate yourself from the competition. So always recommend material that merits your objective, be it business or social. People love grabbing things that contextually shows the relevancy as per their needs.

Build balance between your offerings and user’s interest
Give your users something to eat…adding a good proportion of spice in your content can really help you in generating interest. And the chances are they will likely to pass it to others and your content may get repeated again and again on the same channel as well other platforms.

Follow a schedule
People show interest when they keep getting regular updates. Maintain consistency while publishing new and fresh content to stay in the groove and also in minds of your existing users. It not only helps you grow a loyal customer base, but also gives you an opportunity to add new ones.

Call for action
Make sure you accurately land your potential customers from Social platform to your core selling process so that no opportunity can be wasted to sell yourself.

Engaging with the wind of social media can positively enhance the reach, relevancy and credibility of your brand. But remember, social media content is a multichannel dialogue that demands caution and timely responses to users’ queries and comments.

1 comment:

  1. It is also a good idea to incorporate empathy on your social media contents. I mean, at the end of the day, the contents that really make people to signup, subscribe or purchase are those that understand somebody else’s feelings or difficulties alongside a mention of recommendations to aid it.

    Andrew
    Professional Search Engine Optimization

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