Social media managers are a crucial component of a company’s marketing team and are responsible for leading an organization’s social media strategy. Let’s have a quick look

Develop a strategy and set goals for increasing brand awareness and engagement.

Goals could include the number of people you’re aiming to reach or the level of engagement you want to achieve with your clients over social media.

Set up and manage the social media channels.

Social media platforms are relevant to the business. It’s useful to investigate online tools such as Hoot suite and Buffer, which allow you to manage all your channels in one digital space.

Plan your content.

There’s really no limit to your creativity here. Social media is all about being short, fun and interesting, and you should try to add visual elements such as photos, videos or competition announcements.

Start a conversation!
Communication with clients is an important thing in social media. You need to be able to respond promptly to social media posts and develop interesting discussions around topics related – either directly or indirectly – to your brand.

Use social media to build other platforms.

Most effective marketing campaigns rely on more than one platform to deliver their messages. Social media can be used to direct people to your website or blog, to alert them to any notable events your company has planned, or an article published in a magazine or newspaper.

Develop a response plan for social media hiccups.

We all know the damage that a controversial or biased post can cause. The social media manager will need to have a plan in place to respond to any social media incidents that may harm the business.

A work day for a social media manager includes much more than simply posting tweets and Facebook updates. Social marketing takes effort, especially if you want to work towards creating an integrated campaign strategy.

If you are looking for social media strategies for your business, talk to us today for more information.