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The backbone of your social media presence is a solid social media marketing plan.
Although social media is a great tool, you can't just go out and start posting content without a strategy.
Plan your material and, most importantly, interact with your audience.
First and foremost, no matter what sector you're in, your company should be on social media. The reason for having a social media presence, on the other hand, may change from one firm to the next. As a brand, you must first determine who your target audience is and then go from there. All parties involved will be dissatisfied if communications are delivered to the incorrect audience.
With that out of the way, the very bare minimum is a Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn account. The first two are for lighter B2C updates, while the latter is mostly for HR initiatives and B2B interactions. Depending on who you want to target and what you want to achieve, you may extend to Instagram, Snapchat, Pinterest, Google+, and other social media platforms.
The answer to this question is dependent on what your company produces and who your target market is. Each social networking site has its own allure, but if you post the wrong kind of content to the wrong audience, you'll be deemed unprofessional.
Although all platforms allow for the embedding of multimedia content and text descriptions, certain platforms also allow for the posting of text-only updates. Live video is also supported by Facebook and Twitter, which is something to keep in mind if your company has a strong visual identity. Although Snapchat and Instagram place a strong emphasis on visual content, these two channels are only worth considering if you're pursuing a B2C strategy. Updates that aren't relevant to your work life will be frowned upon, given the aim of LinkedIn.
In a nutshell, no. For various reasons, people follow your brand on several media. This implies you can't expect your audience to be the same across all platforms. However, narrative may be used to bring the audience together. This is something we spoke about in our Snapchat vs. Instagram comparison. Brands who want to focus on visual content don't have to use just one of the two channels. Instead, they may create a tale by sharing the "making of" photographs on Snapchat and the finished photos on Instagram.
Spamming, having several profiles on each site, and failing to communicate with your audience are all tactics you should avoid. Some of these acts can confuse your audience, while others will prompt them to unfollow and/or report you.
One of the most common pitfalls to avoid is inconsistency. That may involve starting on one platform and then switching to another. It might also imply a hasty publication of updates. Putting some thought into how, when, and where you post your social media updates might help you build a stronger bond with your followers. If nothing else, your audience will be able to anticipate your updates.