I get asked the question rather frequently, and it needs to be addressed.
The opposing question is...
I grew my business without social media so why should I start using social media now?
Even if you own a business and you have grown it without ever utilizing social media, it can't hurt to start using social media.
Some companies have become rather large without even marketing. Today's world is changing faster than ever, and the younger generation is kicking down doors to get their spots in the working world.
With that more millennia’s that are becoming very wealthy by utilizing different social media platforms to show off their work and/or businesses and becoming influences in their field.
Why You Should Use Social Media No Matter What
There are several reasons under why you should use social media no matter what; I’m going to make this as short and straightforward as possible.
Using social media is usually free or very inexpensive.
Social Media is here to stay, social media is continuing to grow and expand.
People often use social media to research future products and purchases they are considering making.
Social Media is a way for people to see what businesses are doing both while they are operating and while they are doing other company wide events.
It keeps you on top of everybody’s mind. Burger King shows you ads to make you hungry and to reinforce that they are open late and you can have it your way. It's the same for your company.
Reinforcing your message regularly is vital. This helps you get regular business.
It builds credibility and displays what your business does. People love to see that you're consistent in your business and that you practice what you preach.
Social media is the easiest way to show people regularly what you and your business are doing.
Simply at the end of the day every company should be using social media. Its free to almost free unless you outsource it. There will be blog posts on here to teach you exactly how to do it. Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for you to learn and capture new business through social media.
Thanks for reading!
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
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