Engagement on social media isn’t just about producing content, because while posting is essential for brand recognition and updates, it doesn’t necessarily correlate with seeing engagement in return. Being more involved with customers online shows that you care about their interests and inputs, and can also bring in potential customers in the long run. We’re going to go over some basic tips for engaging with your followers on social media that can benefit your brand recognition, as well as create a solid online reputation for your company.
Legions of people from all walks of life are spending more time on social media, as the line between the news feed and daily life becomes increasingly blurred. This is good news for businesses with hopes of improving engagement with potential customers. After all, increasing social media engagement directly improves the chances of your content showing up in people’s news feeds. So, how exactly does one work to increase Facebook engagement without sounding like a desperate car salesman trying to meet quota? Let’s start by ensuring that you’re not doing anything the could jeopardize your engagement; unfortunately, there are many mistakes that could do just that.
This post provides a brief overview of five common but damaging social media mistakes that inevitably hurt engagement.