Social Media Tips For Small Businesses (Part 2)

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As 2017 rolls on towards the month of March, we are already 1/6th of the way through the year. So, if you were waiting to assess how your business year has started, this is probably a good time. And, because there is still ten months left, there is plenty of time to take your brand to the next level. Of course, it can be extremely difficult to stick out in the sales and real estate industry, which is why you need the right approach. Today, we continue our look at a Capterra blog, shared by Terri Murphy, discussing social media marketing tips for small businesses (and your brand).

  • Location – You may have a favorite social media outlet, but if your customers aren’t already there, you won’t see great results. Figure out where your customers already are and go to them, instead of trying to bring them to where you want.
  • Handle – Make sure you can keep a steady eye on things by not taking on more than you can handle. If you sign up for every single social media outlet, you may quickly find that you have spread yourself too thin. After all, you still need to focus on your daily business operations, too.
  • Success – While you obviously want to avoid copying the competition, seeing what works for others can give you a good idea of which route to go. Conversely, pay attention to where other companies have failed, so you can avoid making the same mistakes on your end.

Do you need to take your sales game to new heights? Terri Murphy knows that the best way to do that is to work on making your sales pitch more engaging and dynamic. Otherwise, how else will you be able to stand out from an extremely crowded industry? If you are ready to get some critical tips for an industry expert, you have found the right person. Contact Terri Murphy, today, and get the process started.

For more information visit http://www.terrimurphy.com or http://www.terrimurphyonrealestate.com

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