Whether one realizes it or not, many common activities involve some form of etiquette. Hopping on the city bus? You follow bus etiquette. Using your phone? You practice cell phone etiquette. At the grocery store? Yup, you guessed it. And, it’s no different when it comes to social media— especially for businesses.
Social media can be a driving force for business. Whether you’re a brand new company or just a little late jumping on the social media train, be sure to prioritize these five things when it comes to getting your company’s profiles started.
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Ask any CEO, office manager, or new hire if they believe company culture is important. I can guarantee that 9 times out of 10, they’ll be quick to respond with a blatant YES. Why? Because company culture is what drives us to get out of bed, get in our car, and drive to work every day. Without a strong sense of culture at the workplace, employees won’t be happy, and we all know that happy employees equate to better customer service, better products, and of course, a better company to stick with in the long-run. In other words, great company culture leads to “customer-centric” results.
Video content is everywhere these days. And your business is brainstorming new video topics on the fly. Rather than chasing every new idea with video, take a step back to analyze if the medium is really the right fit for your project's goals. A quick gut-check will help you save time and money!