Social Media Creative Content
Now and days if your business isn’t using social media you are doomed! Social media helps you to communicate to your audience through several different channels! If you didn’t know social media helps you identify your audience through creative content, and they love lots of it! Especially on a consistent basis!
Creative Content for your business
Every business has a creative element to it, even if you don’t think so! Just ask us and we’ll tell you what that is! A nice picture or video can add a lot of value and clarity to your audience, and brand. Social media aesthetics is just as important as keeping your six pack abs in order!
According to an article by Artyom Dogtiev Instagram was launched in 2010 by Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger. Since it’s launch, the app has seen exponential growth, from 1 million users during the first two months on the market to 800 million users by September 2017. In 2012 Instagram was acquired by Facebook an estimated $1 billion. As a brand Instagram is increasingly the most successful of all the major social platforms with its high reach combined with the “cool factor” and wide appeal that other platforms can’t match. Over the years it’s become the leading digital marketing platform as well and gave birth to multiple Instagram Analytics tools used by marketers worldwide!
As you read through that, you can clearly see that creative content is clearly needed to help illustrate your brand! Not just content, but meaningful content with the intent to draw users to your page!
Social media ads
Have you ever heard of multi-channel marketing? Multi-channel marketing is important for the simple reason that you must be where your customers are. And they are everywhere. If you need another reason, consider this: Multi channel customers spend three to four times more than single-channel customers do. That means you should be running social media ads to help target your audience! You can’t run an ad without content! Most importantly actionable content with one sole purpose of getting your audience to make a decision whether or not to press the button!