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As a business owner, you no doubt know how challenging it can be to stand out online today. With millions of businesses using Facebook and Instagram to attract new customers, social media marketing is more important than ever. Keep reading as we share the top reasons you need to hire a social media manager this year.

Stay Up to Date With Social Media Trends

Instagram, Facebook and Tiktok are constantly changing and are always introducing new features. In order to keep ahead of the competition, you need to use these tools to your advantage. An account manager will be able to share the current algorithm trends and ensure you adapt your content strategy to continue reaching a wider audience online.

Build a Stronger Social Media Plan

When it comes to posting, you need to have a strong plan in place for your content. Instead of yourself or another employee just randomly posting pictures and updates, social media marketing will help you to have a more strategic plan for your upcoming campaigns. An account manager can monitor your current content and work with you to find ways to improve your digital marketing. 

Assist Your Customers in a Timely Manner

An account manager will be here to support you in replying to your customers as quickly as possible. They’ll also be able to deal with any negative feedback you receive promptly to avoid damaging your digital reputation. Many business owners are juggling dozens of tasks each day, and social media marketing is the last thing they have time to do. By hiring someone who will be dedicated to this task, you can be sure you’ll stay on top of your accounts at all times.

Grow Your Following

In order to thrive in the online world, you need to continually attract new followers. This can be a huge challenge in competitive industries. A social media manager will know the top ways to find potential customers. They can help you to get featured on another brand’s page and work on collaborations that will spread the word about your business.


If you are looking to improve your online marketing strategy, you’ll need to receive updates and reports about how your work is going. A social media manager will provide you with regular reports, which will give you a clear idea of how your accounts are growing. From there, they’ll be able to identify any weaknesses in your current strategy and work with you to make changes in the future.

With so many benefits of working with a manager, this is something we recommend any business invests in this year. No matter what type of business you own, you can benefit from increasing your online following and improving your social media strategy. For more information about working with our team on your social media marketing, contact us today.

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Facebook marketing may seem tricky at first, but once you get the hang of it – you will be able to take your brand’s online presence to new heights in no time! Check out these 5 hacks which will help you generate traffic and successfully target the right people.

  1. Specify Your Target Market

Facebook allows a highly complex level of ad targeting and is undoubtedly one of the main reasons to be excited about Facebook marketing as a whole. You can target a specific group of people based on their exact language spoken, age, geographic location, hobbies, interests, # of kids, and so much more. Hopefully, you’ve already dedicated time and resources to analyzing your customer base and forming buyer personas. And now you can put those personas to use and advertise directly to the people that are most likely to be interested in your products or offerings.

  1. Target Your Existing Leads

Using Facebook’s ‘Custom Audiences’ feature, you can target leads you’ve captured from your newsletter signup or other lead generation efforts, or even a group of your current customers that you’re trying to upsell. In addition to focusing on insanely targeted audiences, you should also be creating ads for the clients/customers you already have, but in an even more personalized way. For example, if you have a list of people who downloaded a guide titled “Introduction to Building Your Own Website” – you can upload that list and target these people with a custom ad that discusses the next steps for taking their website to the next level.

  1. Clone Your Main Revenue-Generating Audience

Once you’ve acquired enough data, you can actually clone your top-performing Facebook audience! Facebook’s has a ‘Lookalike Audience’ feature which allows you to take an audience you already have and expand your reach by finding new leads that have similar characteristics. In other words, you can duplicate your best customers. It really is that easy! 

  1. Humanize Your Brand with Employee Photos

Facebook’s foundation is built on connecting people. The original intent of Facebook was to interact with friends, and not necessarily advertise your business, but it’s easy for digital marketers to forget this. Focusing solely on product-related messages will only take you so far. Showing the people behind the scenes will allow you to connect with your audience in a more relatable and human way.

  1. Make Effective Use of Emojis

According to AdWeek92% of online users use emojis, and frequent users feel emojis express their feelings more accurately than words. Emojis are kind of like dogs and babies – (almost) everyone loves them! In short, use emojis in your Facebook marketing posts to add personality and emotion to your text.

And there you have it! And you never know, by putting these 5 hacks to use – Facebook Advertising may soon become your fastest-growing marketing channel!

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Until Next Time,


social media policies for employees

social media policies for employeesWe’re living in the age of social media.  It’s everywhere, and (almost) everyone is on it.  Whether it be Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Snapchat, Tumblr, Reddit, Imgur, etc. do you know what people are saying about your business?

Other than doing your best to provide exceptional products and services, you really can’t control what the general public says about your business.  If someone does say something negative about your business, read my blog on how to handle negative reviews.

You can however control how your employees talk about your business.  This is a new type of stipulation that can be worked into the employee introductory handbooks that they are given upon hire, and that they must sign.  The handbooks outline the basic guidelines required of employees.  But does your handbook say anything about social media policies? Read more