October 12, 2017

Thursday, October 12, 2017
15 Tips to Grow Social-Media Audience for Startup
Social media are interactive Web 2.0 sites filled with User-generated content, such as text posts or comments, digital photos or videos, and data generated through all online interactions. Users create service-specific profiles for the website or app that are designed and maintained by the social media organization.
Popular social media websites are Baidu , Facebook, Gab, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Reddit, Snapchat, Tumblr, Twitter, Viber and YouTube. These social media websites have more than 100,000,000 registered users.That's mean it's an open field for doing Online and Brick and Mortar business easily. With using social media tools such as marketing research, communication, sales promotions/discounts, and relationship development/loyalty programs companies can use the best of it in a wide range of business sectors, mobile social media. But first you need to Grow Social-Media Audience for conducting any business online; Here's how written below:

15 Tips to Grow Social-Media Audience for Startup 

1. Create strong profiles and pages
The starting point for growing audience on any social network is strong profiles and pages for your social accounts. This requires including branded cover photos and profile photos. It also requires filling out all of your details. On Twitter, that's as simple as a 160-character bio, website link and location. Facebook wants a short description, website link, address and phone number.

2. Share quality content
Even before your startup gets going fully, start building your audience on most networks by sharing content your target audience will enjoy. If you have a startup for a Facebook marketing tool, start sharing content about Facebook. That could mean blog content, podcasts, videos, presentations, infographics, etc.

3. Add links to your top social accounts on your website
You can do this by adding widget of social network icons to your website's header, footer and sidebar. You can also add the official buttons for each network on your website. You can find the official brand assets, buttons, badges and widgets on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

4. Cross-promote social accounts
If you already have large audience on one account; Ask its members to connect with you on another. That will be as simple as sending a tweet to your Twitter followers asking if they are on Pinterest, and if they are, they should follow you there. Also look for opportunities to link from one social account to another. 

5. Use your Facebook page to 'like' other pages
From Facebook dashboard, you have the option to use Facebook as your page by selecting it from the list. This will allow you to 'like' other Facebook pages as your page and comment on them. Find pages where your target audience are engaged and start communicating with them with your page.

6. Open your profile up to Facebook followers
Facebook has a setting that you can enable to allow others to follow your personal profile. Any public updates you share will be shared with your followers in the news feed without your having to accept them as a friend. This will help you grow an audience that you can promote your business to while keeping your private things private.

7. Participate in Facebook groups
Another way to utilize your personal profile on Facebook is to engage in groups related to your niche. Find groups your target audience would be interested in, join them and start engaging in the discussions. Also open your own public group to create visitor engagement.

8. Follow your target Twitter audience and engage with them
Twitter allows you to follow up to 5,000 people. You can follow more after people start to follow you. When you follow people on Twitter, they get a notification that they are being followed. In addition to following people, start chatting with them.

9. Use Twitter and Facebook advertising.
If you have an advertising budget, try Twitter and Facebook advertising. Twitter will promote your account to your target audience members to encourage them to follow you. Facebook will encourage target audience to like your page.

10. Follow others on Twitter 
When you follow other people on Twitter, they will be notified. You can find your target audience by searching for hashtags they would likely use when they post on Twitter. Then follow people and engage with them by commenting on their photos and videos in the news feed.

11. Use hashtags on Twitter
When you share photos and videos, be sure to use hashtags in your captions. Hashtags are utilized by Instagram users to find visual content on specific topics. As people come across your photos and videos in a hashtag stream, they will be able to click a button next to your name to follow you.

12. Participate in LinkedIn groups
LinkedIn groups are great for engaging with other active LinkedIn members. Participate in the discussions and provide valuable answers to get people to want to connect with you. It can be tough to build an audience upon due to LinkedIn's goal of having people connect only with those they know well, but LinkedIn is great for B2B connections.

13. Comment on LinkedIn's blog posts
LinkedIn allows members to post blogs, and some of those members have thousands of followers. Find people in your niche with lots of followers, follow their latest posts and engage with your target audience in the comments of those posts.

14. Add links to top social accounts to email signatures
Make sure that everyone you communicate with via email knows about your startup, by adding links to your top social accounts in your email signature. You can do this using small square social network icons or standard text links.

15. Use friend-finding features 
Most networks have a way to connect you with people you know. Twitter allows you to search email contacts, Facebook allows you to search email contacts and utilize an advanced people search. Instagram guides you to your Facebook friends on Instagram in its app. LinkedIn allows you to search your email contacts and suggests current and former classmates and work colleagues based on your profile information.

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