Social Media: Strategies To Mastering Your Brand

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Introduction

In 2006, Facebook expanded its already successful network of college students to include work networks. A year later, Twitter hit the scene as a new tool for businesses to interact with their customers. With the buyout of Instagram by Facebook in 2012, users of Instagram more than doubled and currently more than 300 million users are active on the app each month. Today, SnapChat is the new kid on the block with geofilters and stories to help businesses better connect with their audiences. In just ten years, social media has evolved drastically. Each day, more businesses are creating profiles and even more potential customers are as well. Social media is no longer a new concept for businesses but rather a necessity for building a reputation.

 

Online marketing has many advantages: the information travels fast, it is very cost effective, and there are no geographical boundaries; it is available for everyone. You’ve seen it time and time again. A new social media platform is released, and there’s a mad dash to secure your business username and try to gain followers. Businesses then seek advice on growing their followers and converting potential customers after the fact. This is a social media fail! You need to be sure that you have a solid understanding of your brand. It takes more than a website in today’s digital age. Social media is a tool for establishing your brand, not the other way around. Consumers are connected 24/7, and social media is how you can keep up. How many times have you heard a friend say they heard about a new product or found a cool article on a social media site? Always view social media as a golden opportunity to drive traffic back to your website and convert. Businesses can so easily create noise for consumers but with a solid social media brand, businesses can stand out and use social media to reach their goals.

Spend your time on social media platforms that best represent your brand. If you do not have an established brand, this guide will help you understand the importance of building a brand portfolio. Before venturing off into unchartered social media waters, understand what your business is and who you are trying to reach. Take the time to watch from a distance. Make observations of how other companies are using social media and engaging with customers. Develop an understanding of the demographics of each social network and what kinds of conversations are going on. Many businesses fail at social media due to a lack of planning and branding. Understand who you are and establishing yourself on social media will feel less daunting.

 

It’s important to understand that you do not need to venture off onto every social media site. Read through examples of businesses that are using each social media site to promote their brand. Social media is not one size fits all. Use this guide as a resource for deciding which platforms will best help your company reach its goals.

 

There are particular social networking sites that are more suitable for showing your artistic skills, while others can introduce you to the software communities. Once you find the perfect site and the right group of people as your audience, you should strengthen this relationship in order to satisfy the customer in such a way that they become your marketers by spreading a good word about your brand, without you even paying them.

 

This guide will help you think critically about your brand and how to utilize social media to maximize your earning potential. We will focus on four of the top social networking sites – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and SnapChat. By the end of this guide, you will learn terminology related to each networking site and receive tips on planning, engaging and establishing a reputation on each. Equally important is being able to prove that the time and energy you are putting into social media is paying off. This guide will give you key metrics to measure your brand awareness and growth. Social media brought us a new perspective on marketing and changed its course. Social media is a perfect platform for finding and/or establishing new brands. Since it is the age of Web 2.0, it is the time of selfbranding. Selfbranding tactics include creating and maintaining web pages, having both social and networking profiles, personal Web sites, and blogs. This also includes using search engine optimization techniques which would encourage access to and engagement with one’s information. However, the social media designer should be aware of the cultural differences as well as the rules of the certain networks. The aforementioned, pages, profiles or forums of a certain brand should be updated on a regular basis in order to retain the credibility of the product. Today, anyone has the ability to contribute to marketing and branding, and in both positive and negative ways. After all, negative marketing is still marketing. This is possible because anyone has the opportunity to add content to others’ profiles. This results in people not really having total control of their own page.

 

 

Managing the brand is a balance between protection, renewal, expansion and growth of the prototype, as well as creating new products and services. Essential for this is innovation, and it is crucial in order for the brand to endure. On the other hand, the future of the brand and its values should be the main focus rather than developing technological competence and creating new products. Satisfaction of the customer should be first, and this can be a guideline not only when it comes to branding, but also in the design process. Social media can obviously be a tool for not only reaching the target audience but also for finding out more about the market and what customers really want. Besides, this can possibly help save the brand in the future. The positive side is that social media is available around the world and free for everyone and is thus an ideal marketing channel for young artists and designers with a smaller amount of capital, or none at all. Reach the target group, gather the information you need, spread the word about your brand – your homemade cupcakes, your colorful necklaces, your beautifully painted portraits, your awesome photography skills – and there you are; the word is out. The information you shared once can be shared over again and become widely distributed. You may not even be aware of your own success. You need to find the proper channels for your brand and one of them may be more suitable then the other. Give them frequent attention, whenever you can manage, and make the customer a part of the development process and maintenance of your social media networks. The negative side is that bigger brands will still be found more often because they already have a large number of customers obtained from real advertising. But nothing is impossible.



 
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