Do you find yourself unable to come up with creative content?
Do you know how to communicate with your target audience?
Do you feel like you’re wasting your time trying to promote your business on social media?
I’ll help you pick the platforms that work best for YOUR business and explain how to attract an audience and keep them engaged!
In this class you’ll learn how to:
– define your brand purpose, set goals, and select a target audience
– figure out which social platforms work best for you
– create a system to keep your posting on track (consistency is key!)
My name is Sarah Stahl and I’ll be the guide that helps you take back control of your social channels. I have implemented multiple masters level market strategies. A few of which can be found on my case study page, HERE.
By the end of the challenge you’ll know how to naturally find, grow, and engage your audience on social media.
Here’s a “Sneak Peek” of topics we’ll cover…
Knowing what to post on Facebook can be tricky. Follow this simple rule to create a social environment filled with meaningful engagement that leads to customer action.
Don’t ignore the customer service evolution happening within the confines of Social Media. Yes, this includes publically addressing negative feedback. Solving problems publically is the best way to show your company is genuinely concerned.
Ask Customers for Ideas.
It’s no surprise that Social Media Marketing has exposed weaknesses in companies abilities to connect with customers in a meaningful way.
According to Shoutlet’s latest findings, “Our research reveals that the best way for brands to get their messages heard by millennials is to market with them, not at them.”
But, how the heck do you Market with them? Ask For IDEAS!
This is a quick and easy way to build up the Target Audience you are looking to isolate. Keep in mind an infrustucure of content and a clear goal must be in place long before your legal giveaway can take place. Yes, social platforms have specific guidlines to follow when conducting contests.
Check out my strategic pattern in “This Case Study.”