How to Save Time and Money with Social Media. And by the way, you might like: Finding Your Next Social Media Manager. Work with the Person You Hire Before you hand over everything a Social Media Manager (“SMM”), give them some information about your business. Tell them who your business clients are, and what their lifestyles are like. That way your social media manager can find the best places and times to post. Here’s a good list of questions to ask your social media manager. Ask your social media manager to explain why certain posts were chosen, and to give some more details. Have a meeting agenda, and respect everyone’s time. For example, one of my clients is on Facebook. Spreading posts across different social media platforms can help a business reach everyone in their demographic.
You’ve probably heard the idea that you should focus on your strengths, not try to develop your weaknesses before. If you haven’t, here’s a blog post that I wrote: How to Focus on your wonderful strengths, forget your weaknesses. After all, are you really going to learn all the ins and outs of social media while trying to run your business?
This might seem simplistic, but do you do your own plumbing? Most people would say no, except for those few who might try to unclog a sink, that is. Do you fix your own roof? Again, probably not. Just because social media is free, doesn’t mean your time is free! And by the way, you might like: Finding Your Next Social Media Manager.
Work with the Person You Hire
Before you hand over everything a Social Media Manager (“SMM”), give them some information about your business. After all, they don’t know your businesses like you do. Give them…