Create profiles on all relevant social channels
Create profiles on different platforms, such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. If you have clients from different countries or age groups, create separate accounts to ensure that your audience can quickly find the content they are looking for by searching within their native tongue.
When collecting data, it’s important to think about what you want. You may not be looking for any particular answer but want a general sense of how people engage with your content and what they like about it. Collecting data isn’t as necessary as measuring engagement rates or average time spent on a post if this is the case.
The most important thing to remember about social media is that it’s a long-term medium, so you can’t expect your audience to come back and visit every day. If you publish more than once a week (and it should be at least once per month), your followers will become accustomed to regularly seeing new content from you.
This will help them feel like they’re getting something valuable out of following your brand, and this feeling will lead them back again and again.
Sharing visual content is a great way to engage with your audience. You can use images to help explain your ideas, illustrate your brand and show off your work.
Here are some tips for sharing photos:
- Use them in all of the ways that make sense for you. Share on social media and other platforms that support it; add them as graphics in emails or newsletters; embed them into blog posts so readers can see how beautiful something is before they buy it themselves.
- Make sure any photography has been retouched by someone who knows what they’re doing (and if not, then find out how).
When you ask for feedback, it’s important to be clear about what kind of information you’re looking for. If your audience doesn’t know what they like and don’t like, then their feedback won’t be useful, and you’ll lose potential supporters who might have been interested in the first place.
The more specific and open-ended these questions are, the better. You want them to feel like they’re saying something helpful rather than just criticizing something as is (especially if there was no real issue with how things were presented).
We hope these tips will help you engage with your audience on social media. As we said at the beginning, this isn’t a quick-fix solution to finding success, but it is one step in the right direction. You don’t have to be perfect or even great at all these methods, but if you keep trying and keep improving, they will eventually start working for you.