Social Media Campaigns

Once your social media is up and running, you need to decide high-quality campaigns you can run on a daily, weekly, quarterly and annual basis. These campaigns always have a specific purpose behind them – be it brand building, traffic to website, customer engagement or generation of leads. Consistent campaigns show customers your company’s consistency. Designing high-quality campaigns takes time, effort and multiple revisions upon detailed analysis to get the best results possible.

The very first step you need to take to build a strong social media campaign is to determine your audience, i.e. who is your brand catering to? What are their ages, interests, occupations, genders, geographical locations, etc.? Every element of your audience needs to be dissected and categorized in order to effectively determine multiple sub-audience groups that you can reach out to.
Once you have segmented your audience, the next step is to craft separate messages catering to each segmented group, while simultaneously maintaining the broader campaign idea you want to disseminate to your audience. Effective and efficient social media campaign management will empower you with the knowledge of what works and what doesn’t, enabling you to refine future strategies accordingly.
As previously stated, crafting a strong message is key. At the same time, however, it is also pertinent to keep revisiting that initial message. Though, ideally, a company’s final message should be consistent throughout its lifecycle, changing external environments and circumstances entail tweaking that message accordingly. Further, the graphic design utilized in each ad and post is crucial as there needs to be concrete link for your audience to form between your content and visual.
Hence, you need to constantly revisit the relevancy of the overarching message that you are showcasing as a representation of your brand. Your message also dictates your personality – for example, you cannot be a finance-based entity and have too much of a laid back brand personality as the financial industry is the most difficult to inspire trust for in the minds of its consumers, hence the message and personality needs to be serious, honest and transparent. Similarly, depending on your unique industry, special needs of the business and external environments, you will need to craft a message accordingly and keep revisiting it not only to ensure its relevancy, but also that it is still the core message your company is showcasing in its behavior.
Once you’ve locked down your campaign ideas and messaging strategies, it’s time to select the most suitable platforms for your specific brand. If your brand is more visual in nature, you may want to put more emphasis on visual platforms such as Instagram, Pinterest, and Snapchat. A more professional platform for resource recruitment can be a solid presence on LinkedIn, while Facebook can serve as the main hub through which you attract and engage your audience. Depending on your specific industry and niche, along with the message and personality you want to showcase, choosing platforms will be a relatively easy decision for you as each platform has its own unique features and advantages. The best strategy will always be to not rely on a single platform and utilize a plethora of platforms to ensure your message reaches your variety of audiences.
Whatever your end goal for your company is, our primary objective for all our clients is to prioritize your goals as our own. In addition, our social media campaigns are geared towards establishing a strong identity in the form of a brand for your company because we believe that ultimately, brands last longer companies and they also inspire greater loyalty amongst potential consumers.
We are ready here to humanize your social media presence through our specialized services and to work alongside you to ensure your company becomes the brand it deserves to be. Are you ready as well?

Case Studies