Correctly Linking Social Media to your Business

If you’re new to bringing your business idea online, then you have probably decided that Social Media is your first port of call. Social media can allow significant growth, especially with tools such as TokMatik TikTok likes, and apps that allow you to buy followers. There is also limitless potential for what you can do on different social media platforms. After all, it represents no initial outlay.

However, as you develop your brand and business model – be it a franchise or your own, you would require help to get a strong foot-hold. For example, if you would want to start a franchise business, you might need the right advice (like this Franchise Empires podcast that could help) to lead you on to the right path. Or in another instance, if you have a business of your own, you’ll adjust your targeting with a bit more finesse and realize you need more control of your landing page or website. To help build on your business model, you may want to look into how digital transformation can be incorporated so adapting to being online for your business happens smoothly and correctly for you to gain positive feedback.

Here’s a few of the recent newspoints I collected over the last week to help you define and structure your business model utilizing the Social Networks.

How and from where to link to your website on verious social media websites. Syed speaks from a traffic driving perspective, and where to claim your vanity URLs to increase your personal brand footprint.

Juliana Payson‘s insight:

There are those who don’t even own a website and manage their business purely on social networks there are some limitations. Pay attention to some of Syed’s comments here as he is honest about these limitations. Knowing the ins and outs of the social networks that businesses are using is important, so if they are looking up things like ‘Twicsy buy Instagram followers‘ or ‘Facebook scheduling services’, and so on, then they are going to need to see how utilizing these, within their limitations, are essential in keeping them relevant without a website.

My parents and many of my friends still don’t understand what it is I do every day. They envision me frolicking in the fields of Facebook and Twitter, swapping gossip and sharing funny memes.

Juliana Payson‘s insight:

If you want your business to appear less spammy as indicated above in one of Syed’s comments, you have to figure out a way of introducing story telling into your social media that will engage your followers. Sometimes just having a website on it’s own seems much easier!

Google officials have downplayed the lukewarm public reception, saying they view Google+ more as an invisible data “backbone” that tracks individual users across its various properties – and less as a consumer internet destination

Juliana Payson‘s insight:

Read this article! Various free website platforms give you the opportunity to link up to social media log in methods. However Google keeps track of site visitors interests based on the site categories they visit. At some point I’m sure this information may become available to site owners to help them in their demographic analysis and understand who their site visitors are…

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