For those of you who are into social media for business, one of your priorities is by getting a lot of audience. Let's face it. Your audience is readers and some of those readers or guests will be converted into buyers. So it's only logical for you to want to acquire larger audiences.
Below are tips that you can use to help you gain more readers, followers and hopefully clients.
Publish content that is worth publishing. A lot of people publish stuff that isn’t really valuable. If you do decide to use social media as a means to put up a business, then share things that are important, that people may find important.
Start with your people who like you already. There will always be people who will respond to your posts positively (some negatively!). Increase your interaction with those that have a higher probability of responding to you. It's possible that these people also have other people following them. It's very likely that people who follow them will have something in common with you, which is another ground for branching out to other people.
Repeat The First Tip. Always keep in mind that in order to keep your readers or followers on following, you have to feed them good stuff every day. Create a daily routine that will make them want to read your tweets or posts on a daily basis. Give them a reason to follow you.
Reach out to your friend's friends. The good thing about social media is that you'll be able to connect with people who have something in common with you. It may be a hobby, a page you like, or even a friend. Having a common friend is enough for people to accept your invitation as a friend. Don't scare them off by delivering the sales pitch right after they've accepted your friendship. Build a relationship first.
Remember that social media may as well be at its infancy. There are a lot of strategies to that you can use in order to use it at its maximum potential. Still, whatever uses you may have for social media networks, it is clear that having a lot of readers, followers, or friends is a good thing.