We want to try and grab your attention to this article on the subject of Social Media. This article aims at providing you with information that you will need in order to understand Social Media, and how you can make profits from it. So read it well.
Social media is no longer a text business for marketers. With around 3.2 billion photos being shared every single day on platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat, the trend is moving toward visual content.
Think back to the time when you have been thinking about purchasing something online, especially an online course, an eBook or a service.
You read the sales letter over and over a few times and then when you have convinced yourself that this MAY be something that you will need, you start to carry out a little research.
It usually, consists of searching for the name of the person who is selling the product or service, and if their name comes up on your first search, that will usually mean that your credit card will come out of your wallet for a purchase.
Now let’s look at this scenario from someone who is offering a writing service. They have a potential client who is thinking of placing an order, and the chances are they will carry out their own research to see what they can find out about you.
If your name comes up in the form of your website, social media, etc., the chances are that this potential client will go ahead and place the order.
It’s not exactly rocket science, and the beautiful thing is, as someone who is offering a writing service, you can do this yourself at the cost of only a few dollars.
To start with, search for your name as a domain name. The chances are it will be taken so think out of the box a little.
You get the idea. A dot com is best, and there is a good chance that it will only take you a few minutes to come up with an appropriate name which is available.
To save a few dollars, carry out a quick google search to see if there are any discount codes available when buying a domain name.
Godaddy discount code, for example, will enable you to purchase your desired domain name for less than the low price it would typically be.
Register a Facebook and Twitter account in the same name as your domain and start to populate these accounts with regular updates.
It is just these little extra steps that if taken will place you above the competition in your quest to earn a significant income from your writing business.
It is a good idea to spend 15 minutes each morning just adding a little content to your Facebook page. It doesn’t have to be a ground-breaking piece of writing, only something which will connect with your readers.
Small parts of this content can also be formatted as tweets for your Twitter account and then scheduled to go out over the coming days.
It won’t take long for these properties to rise to the top of the search engines and then when a potential client carries out a little more research on the services that you offer, and they will be reassured to see that your name is just where it should be, at the top.
You will then look back at the small amount of work you had to do to achieve this and realize that it was most definitely worth it.