Making your brand known online can be easier said than done. Many people give up after not getting the results they’d hoped for in the beginning – we’re here to break that cycle. By following these simple tips, you can boost your online presence for FREE! 

Consistency is Key! 

It’s true! Your audience wants to hear from you – consistently. When you post valuable content regularly (social media posts, blog posts, stories, etc.), you’re showing viewers that you’re active online while giving them content to follow and look forward too. We suggest posting AT LEAST 2-3 times a week, but the more the merrier.

Post More Videos

Now a day’s people are drawn more to videos than ever before. Using videos can be a powerful tool if done right. Try taking a video of your business’s day-to-day, a behind-the-scenes of a new project, or a new product that you want to feature. These examples can be a great way to get your audience engaged and wanting more! 

Use More Hashtags

Do it! You’ll be so glad you did! Hashtags are great for getting your content out into different topics, where you can potentially attract new followers. It’s best to test a few on each post and see how they work, then readjust and try again! This method will help you find the best hashtags that work for you. Keep in mind, they’re constantly changing! 

Be Social!

Yes, it’s that obvious! Your audience wants to hear from you! Reply to comments, messages, and let your audience know you’re listening. Being social doesn’t only mean replying to your audience on one platform, but on multiple platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. Doing so will help you build a relationship with those who know, like, and trust you. 

Be Patient

They say ‘all great things take time’ and that applies with things online too! By testing out different strategies and tracking your progress, you’ll slowly start to see what’s working and what’s not. If you’re able to follow all of these tips consistently, then momentum will be on your side. You don’t have to be everyone online, but you do have to be somewhere!