Social Media Marketing | Social Media Agency | Agency Creative

Social Media Strategy, How Do We Love Thee?

By Agency Creative
July 12th, 2013

How can the right social media strategy improve your business results? Let me count the ways:

1. How Social Media Impacts Your Sales Team

Ask any salesman if relationship building is important in the sales process. The answer will be a resounding you bet it is. Social media is all about relationships. An effective social media strategy helps your brand build an online relationship with your customers. Using social media as a relationship management tool can help your sales staff better mine important data, network with customers and make introductions. Take LinkedIn, for example. It’s the perfect tool for networking.

2. How Social Media Supports HR

Just like in sales, the HR department can leverage social media to find top talent. It’s pretty much a no-brainer. Today, 93 percent of all recruiters say they use LinkedIn to search for clients. There is no better way to head hunt.

3. How Social Media Helps PR

PR is all about reputation management and so is social media. Social media venues like Facebook and Twitter offer the perfect means to post and promote events for both B2C and B2B audiences. Nifty tools like Google Alerts and Viral Heat are great ways to achieve added visibility for your company and its products. You can share stories and major announcements through Digg, Stumbleupon and Reddit. Today, PR lives and breathes social media.

4.  How Social Media Assists the Marketing Team

Want to create qualified lead generation? Enlist a good social media agency. Where else can you create original content that will stimulate interest in your business? Sites like Google+, Twitter, Flicker, YouTube and Pinterest can help your marketing team get their content out to scores of buyers and influencers. Blogs are another great social tool. They get out information and stimulate viral sharing among your target audience whether young or old.

5. How Social Media Benefits the Head Honcho

The big cheese is oftentimes the most skeptical about the necessity of investing time and money in a social media strategy. However, social media is perfect platform for him or her to add luster to their own personal brand. Thought-leadership articles, videos, webinars and regular Tweets can help give your C-suite the sort of visibility and buzz that enhance their careers and your sales. You’ll have the world on your string.

Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Google+––the list goes on. A well-honed social media strategy might be the most effective tool in your business toolbox. Keep it sharp. And come out swinging.

We are a Dallas Advertising Agency specializing in Social Media Strategy.

How can the right social media strategy improve your business results? Let me count the ways:

1. How Social Media Impacts Your Sales Team

Ask any salesman if relationship building is important in the sales process. The answer will be a resounding you bet it is. Social media is all about relationships. An effective social media strategy helps your brand build an online relationship with your customers. Using social media as a relationship management tool can help your sales staff better mine important data, network with customers and make introductions. Take LinkedIn, for example. It’s the perfect tool for networking.

2. How Social Media Supports HR

Just like in sales, the HR department can leverage social media to find top talent. It’s pretty much a no-brainer. Today, 93 percent of all recruiters say they use LinkedIn to search for clients. There is no better way to head hunt.

3. How Social Media Helps PR

PR is all about reputation management and so is social media. Social media venues like Facebook and Twitter offer the perfect means to post and promote events for both B2C and B2B audiences. Nifty tools like Google Alerts and Viral Heat are great ways to achieve added visibility for your company and its products. You can share stories and major announcements through Digg, Stumbleupon and Reddit. Today, PR lives and breathes social media.

4.  How Social Media Assists the Marketing Team

Want to create qualified lead generation? Enlist a good social media agency. Where else can you create original content that will stimulate interest in your business? Sites like Google+, Twitter, Flicker, YouTube and Pinterest can help your marketing team get their content out to scores of buyers and influencers. Blogs are another great social tool. They get out information and stimulate viral sharing among your target audience whether young or old.

5. How Social Media Benefits the Head Honcho

The big cheese is oftentimes the most skeptical about the necessity of investing time and money in a social media strategy. However, social media is perfect platform for him or her to add luster to their own personal brand. Thought-leadership articles, videos, webinars and regular Tweets can help give your C-suite the sort of visibility and buzz that enhance their careers and your sales. You’ll have the world on your string.

Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Google+––the list goes on. A well-honed social media strategy might be the most effective tool in your business toolbox. Keep it sharp. And come out swinging.

We are a Dallas Advertising Agency specializing in Social Media Strategy.


Recommend this article:

How can the right social media strategy improve your business results? Let me count the ways:

1. How Social Media Impacts Your Sales Team

Ask any salesman if relationship building is important in the sales process. The answer will be a resounding you bet it is. Social media is all about relationships. An effective social media strategy helps your brand build an online relationship with your customers. Using social media as a relationship management tool can help your sales staff better mine important data, network with customers and make introductions. Take LinkedIn, for example. It’s the perfect tool for networking.

2. How Social Media Supports HR

Just like in sales, the HR department can leverage social media to find top talent. It’s pretty much a no-brainer. Today, 93 percent of all recruiters say they use LinkedIn to search for clients. There is no better way to head hunt.

3. How Social Media Helps PR

PR is all about reputation management and so is social media. Social media venues like Facebook and Twitter offer the perfect means to post and promote events for both B2C and B2B audiences. Nifty tools like Google Alerts and Viral Heat are great ways to achieve added visibility for your company and its products. You can share stories and major announcements through Digg, Stumbleupon and Reddit. Today, PR lives and breathes social media.

4.  How Social Media Assists the Marketing Team

Want to create qualified lead generation? Enlist a good social media agency. Where else can you create original content that will stimulate interest in your business? Sites like Google+, Twitter, Flicker, YouTube and Pinterest can help your marketing team get their content out to scores of buyers and influencers. Blogs are another great social tool. They get out information and stimulate viral sharing among your target audience whether young or old.

5. How Social Media Benefits the Head Honcho

The big cheese is oftentimes the most skeptical about the necessity of investing time and money in a social media strategy. However, social media is perfect platform for him or her to add luster to their own personal brand. Thought-leadership articles, videos, webinars and regular Tweets can help give your C-suite the sort of visibility and buzz that enhance their careers and your sales. You’ll have the world on your string.

Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Google+––the list goes on. A well-honed social media strategy might be the most effective tool in your business toolbox. Keep it sharp. And come out swinging.

We are a Dallas Advertising Agency specializing in Social Media Strategy.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

-->

News

Agency Creative Hires Bart Hirneise as Executive Creative Director

A Partnership Thirteen Years in the Making

Posted on:

Thirteen years ago, an up-and-coming copywriter named Bart Hirneise was freelancing at Agency Creative. Recently on the market and looking for his next opportunity, Bart liked the vibe of the agency, the clients and, in particular, the CEO, Mark Wyatt. The two quickly formed a bond around their straightforward, no-bull approach to producing great creative.

Read More »

Blog

How Being Emotional is Good for Brands

Identifying Your Brand’s Emotional Selling Point

Updated on:

The founder of Revlon cosmetics, Charles Revson, understood marketing better than most. “In the factories we make perfume,” he once said, “but in the stores we sell hope.” Revson understood the difference between a brand’s unique selling point and its emotional selling point (ESP).
Read More »

Contact Us

Agency Creative wants to be your marketing agency. We have years of experience, truckloads of talent and a bottomless supply of enthusiasm. Contact us today.

Please leave this field empty.