You’re probably doing this in your daily work and you’re not even aware of it. The work you do every day is so commonplace to you, you don’t even think of it in this context.
What if you wrote down some of your ideas, tips and tasks and present them in a way that helps your customers? Turn them into a handy guide, list and present them as a useful way to help out others.
Your expertise is worthwhile and others will begin to see you not only as an authority in your field, but someone who cares about them and wants to help.
The curious mind is an open mind.
Your customers are much more open and selective in their ingestion of content today. It may seem uncomfortable not knowing and learning new ways of marketing, but it can also be gratifying in the end. If you’re considering hiring a digital marketer, let loose of the reins and try out their suggestions and ideas. Wait and see before you decide – it may just be what your audience likes.
Video is becoming more popular than ever. Video posts have 135% greater organic reach than photo posts on Facebook and they are growing exponentially higher everyday. Of course, video posts should be engaging and tell a story, while still giving a genuine sense of you, your product and your brand. It doesn’t have to be a big production, but clear and easy to view. Try it!
This is a big one. Gone are the days of creating a postcard and seeing the customers flow into your place of business. It takes time, energy and a consistent message.
Social media marketing is about nurturing relationships and friendships. It takes time to fully develop, to build a rapport with customers and would-be customers takes… more… time.
If you want quick results, this is not the way.
If you want lasting results, give it some time.
To truly have an impact with your online marketing, I suggest planning 3 to 6 months before you see results.
This can seem awkward to begin, but people today want to see the real side of you. What makes you tick? Why do you love being in the business you’re in? Show photos, behind the scenes, a day in the life, in a fun and engaging way.
If you answered yes to these questions, isn’t it time for digital marketing? If these questions give you a sense of what it takes to make a splash online, then consider incorporating them into your digital marketing. If you don’t have the time or the inclination, leave it to the professionals.