Social Media Marketing Tips for Beginners

Social media marketing tips can be overwhelming. We know you’re busy. That’s why we’ll show you how to work smarter, not harder, by streamlining your social media marketing process and focusing on the channels that matter most to your brand.

In fact, we use only one social media channel to advertise Low Income Relief because that’s where our audience is. We spent countless hours and thousands of dollars trying to build a presence on Twitter and other platforms. It didn’t work because that’s not where our audience is.

Find your audience. First, we’ll identify your target audience and then we’ll figure out which social media channels your audience prefers. Once you know where they are, you’ll know where to invest your social media marketing efforts.

Create an epic Facebook profile. Facebook is still the most popular social media network in use. It also has a powerful ad targeting tool that is perfect for marketing. I recommend all bloggers have a Facebook profile, even if they don’t utilize other channels. My tutorial will show you how to create your page, including your logo and free cover video!

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Launch your first Facebook ad. If you can invest a few dollars per day on your business, I recommend spending it on Facebook ads. Easy-to-use and insightful targeting tools help you connect right away with customers who are interested in what you’re offering. Even just $2 per day can accelerate your blogging success!

Create a Twitter profile. My audience is, admittedly, not on Twitter. Nevertheless, Twitter has been a useful tool for reaching out to brands and connecting with companies. Find out how to set up the perfect Twitter profile, connect with your audience and begin marketing your content.

Set up an email marketing system. I recommend MailChimp for your first email marketing system. Free for use until you reach 2,000 subscribers, MailChimp can help you organize your email list and create campaigns. Email newsletters are great for reader retention!

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