[5DB] #1 - Refresh Your Social Profile

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Your social media profiles are often the first interaction potential clients have with your brand. Not only for the people who happen to stumble across you in some group or other but also for the people who have been recommended to work with you or are researching you.

They’re not just  by-product of being online; they’re powerful real estate for storytelling, engaging, and converting your audience. Today, we’ll transform your profiles into dynamic platforms that reflect the best of your brand and resonate with your target audience.

 

Profile Picture and Cover Image: Your profile picture should be more than just a headshot; it should reflect your brand’s personality. Is it professional yet approachable? Does it align with your brand’s tone? Similarly, your cover image is prime real estate for brand storytelling. Use this space to showcase your business’s ethos, services, or current promotions. Keep these images consistent across all platforms for brand recognition.

 

Bio Optimization: Your bio is the elevator pitch of your social media profile. It needs to clearly articulate who you are, what you offer, and whom you serve. Inject personality into it. Make it engaging and direct. A clear, compelling bio can turn profile visitors into followers, and followers into clients. Don’t forget to include a call-to-action (CTA) – direct them to your website, a signup page, or a current offer.

 

Content Audit and Strategy: Look at your recent posts. Do they align with your brand values and business goals? Are they engaging enough to spark conversations? It’s crucial to share content that speaks directly to your audience’s needs and interests. Think educational posts, behind-the-scenes peeks, client testimonials, or tips related to your field.

 

Engagement and Posting Plan: Consistent engagement is key. Map out a plan for regular posting. Determine the frequency of your posts and the best times to post based on when your audience is most active. Plan content themes for different days of the week to maintain variety and interest.

By taking these 4 steps today you’ll start seeing better results from your social media marketing.

When people find you, they’ll find it easier to determine that yes you are indeed the person who can solve their problem. You’ll start showing up in a more consistent way because you have a plan of what to post and when AND you’ll be making more sales because you will be actively pitching your business more frequently instead of holding back.

Get to work on it and let me know how you get on. 

Keep an eye on your inbox for day two tomorrow.

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