The Case for Outsourcing Your Social Media
With services like Hootsuite, Edgar, Buffer, Tweetdeck and more available these days, it’s all too easy to think that all you need in your virtual business is to schedule a bunch of social media updates and move on to the next task. However, what you actually need is a live person doing your social media for you! Here’s why:
Social media is not a set it and forget it system. True engagement comes from interacting with your audience. When you simply set up a bunch of updates and don’t come back to it until the next time you want to schedule in bulk your audience is going to quickly forget about what you posted last time. Or worse, they might consider your pages stagnant and stop commenting and liking altogether.
The best company social media profiles are actively posting, liking and commenting back. When someone comments on a post they write, the company “likes” their comment and/or comments back within a reasonable amount of time- think within the same day, not the following week. Customers and potential customers like this kind of interaction. It makes them feel like you genuinely care about their thoughts regarding your business.
Still, we understand that social media can posting, sharing, liking and commenting can be incredibly time consuming. You wear so many hats as an entrepreneur and you might be too busy to do handle your own social media. If this is the case for you, we invite you to check out On Point Executive Center’s social media services for your business. Daily posts, customer engagement and content are our specialties. We have some fabulous virtual assistants here that can handle it for you. Give us a call today at (813) 350-7800, and let’s discuss what we can do for your virtual business.
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