“All my Diamonds Shine (cause they really Diamonds) .”  -Rapper Kevin Gates

 

You Rock.

When Beyonce wrote “Who Run the World?” she was thinking about you.

Your Brand is on Point.

Your clients think that you walk on water. They buy every widget you produce and tell all of their friends about you.

You are also an Attractive Brand

Let’s keep it that way.

Social media strategy is tricky.

  • The game keeps changing. There are the Facebook algorithms, the number of players on the field, all of that.

  • You don’t have enough time as it is so how are you going to manage all of these social media accounts.

  • Even if you know what to post and when to post it, it can all go bad. Quickly.

Keep Your Social Media Shine Online

There is a right and a wrong way to promote your brand and business online. Marketers know it and it’s time you understand it too.

With this method, managing social media gets a bit simpler - and that’s what the Power Collective is all about.

Promotion done right requires that you employ the 80/20 rule. Give to get. Push to pull.

It is the dance.

Give 80%. Promote 20%.

Share the wealth 80% of the time you post through your social media channels. Become a curator of content that your audience will find entertaining, enjoyable and educational.  You know what your target market likes, right? Find something valuable that also aligns with your brand’s mission and message.

Support your target markets’ lifestyle, interests, and passions when you share your social media stage. (Click to tweet).

You offer accessories? Share news about sales and discounts at popular clothing stores.

The other 20% of the time, do you. Go all out with promotion during that 20%. Tell the world how fabulous you and your services are. Share successes you’ve gained. Post the results your clients received from you.

Share Your Why

Your social media management is vital for building a successful brand online. If you’re sensitive to how you promote your brand online then you’ll win far more for your brand in the long run.

 

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