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Nothing can be more exciting as an entrepreneur to feel finally ready to launch your new business for the world to see and patronize your products or services! But if you need to get the word out there about the products or services being offered by your new business, things can be a touch more complicated.

Initially, you’ll likely need to put in some legwork to get people talking about your new business. If your products or services is well-liked, your customers will be spreading the good word about your business in no time. In the meantime, however, you’ll need to get started by being active on social media, creating content, sharing pictures, and crafting your overall online presence and brand perception.


Branding Your Business Online

If you’ve already launched your business, you’ve most likely done a lot of the legwork of creating logos and graphics and deciding on how to present your business to the world. If not, you can create your business’s professional logo here:

If you haven’t done any of your branding yet, we suggest creating a single document, known as a brand guide, which will outline virtually everything there is to know about your business. Then, it’ll be time to take all the branding information that you’ve put together and use it on your social media accounts. This means updating your images, logos, and everything else so that it’s all in line and consistent with your brand’s persona.


Getting Active

There’s nothing that turns a potential customer away from a business faster than seeing a social media account that hasn’t been active since the new millennium. Therefore, it’s essential to remain regularly active on your social accounts, which means that you’ll be more likely to be seen by potential business patrons.

However, it can be challenging to operate your business and regularly write posts on social media. But that doesn’t mean that you’ll need to rack your brain for new content ideas constantly. Instead, you can also share content from other related businesses, and also ask your followers to share their reviews.

There are plenty of ways to make your social media content fun and engaging, which will have people wanting to patronize your business!


Inbound Vs. Outbound Marketing

When we talk about marketing, we’re talking about getting a business and its products or services in front of potential customers. However, there’s a big difference between inbound and outbound marketing.

Essentially, outbound marketing is the act of creating marketing and sales materials that are put out into the world to promote a business or product directly. On the other hand, inbound marketing is the practice of creating content, blogs, social posts, emails, etc., which are used to attract potential customers and indirectly promote the business.

While there’s nothing wrong with outbound marketing strategies, it’s essential to realize that today’s social media audience is leery when dealing with brands online. Businesses often have better results when indirectly promoting their products or services. Therefore, it’s often best to focus on providing your potential customers with social media content that they’ll genuinely find valuable.


Promoting Your New Business on Social Media 

In the end, a social media presence is an indispensable asset to your new business. After all, your social media pages are just a place where you can showcase your business, they’re also places where people can come together around your business, sharing their thoughts, concerns and support, and all that while indirectly promoting your business!

What could be better than that?

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