Social Media Tips For Small Businesses (Part 5)


When the customers hold the power in an industry, things are difficult on businesses. And, in the sales and real estate industries, your clients have a number of professionals to turn to. So, if you aren’t finding a way to stand out above the crowd, you may find that getting ahead proves difficult. Fortunately, Terri Murphy has techniques to help take your sales pitch to another level. She also knows you need to properly brand yourself on social media, as shared by Capterra.

  • Sharing – Make sure you are working as one unit, by putting links to your social media pages on your emails. You should also include sharing buttons on your content, so that people can easily pass along your work.
  • Analytics – How will you know what is working if you have no way of measuring success? Use built in analytics tools to figure out what is working, and what needs to be changed. Concentrate more on engagement and impressions over followers.
  • Success – Success means different things to different businesses. The key is to figure out what you want to accomplish. At that point, you can focus on growing the parts of your business that mean the most to you.

Do you need to find a way to improve sales in the coming months? Sometimes, a tweak to your sales pitch is all you need to find greater success. Terri Murphy knows that you don’t get to the top of the industry by accident, and that it takes hard work and the right techniques. So, don’t put up with another mediocre month of sales, when you have access to an expert. Contact Terri Murphy, today, and get the process started.

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