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How to Grow Your Social Media Presence

Over 2.4 billion people around the world actively use Facebook. Twitter has 330 million active users per month. You may not want to reach all those people as potential business customers, but it’s easy to see why a strong social media presence is so important. It’s not merely a case of promoting your wares either. It’s about social engagement – a powerful way to connect with existing and potential customers.

That said, growing your social media presence is a daunting prospect. Where do you begin? How can you keep track of posts, replies, and questions? It’s hard enough to achieve your aims with one social platform. Try adding one or two others and you’ll see why some people struggle to keep up with their promotional activities.

Regular and consistent effort gets the best results

It’s easy enough to post daily when you’re eager and ready to reach more people on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, or wherever else you think your audience might be. However, once you have two or more platforms to maintain, you’ll find yourself spending more and more time trying to keep up with posting.

Unless, of course, you use a social media dashboard. This keeps everything in one place, providing all the info you need on one screen. Posting content becomes far easier because you can do it in advance to cover several days or even weeks ahead. If you’re going on holiday, schedule a series of posts to multiple platforms before you go. Alternatively, schedule multiple posts once a week to carry you through the week ahead. You can spend 10 minutes or so and achieve far more on several social media platforms than you would doing it all alone.

Our social media dashboard has a free option to help you discover more about it. If you want unlimited access with statistics, email notifications, training, and more, you can get it all for one affordable monthly price. Could this be the way you finally gain control of a bigger, better, and easier to maintain social media presence? Try it and see.

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