Outsourcing your social media marketing is not an easy decision. No one knows your business better than you. On the other hand, you don’t have the time to manage every single notification, much less work 365 days a year. Use this guide to decide if outsourcing your social media marketing to a third party is the best solution.
I’ll let you in on a little secret: DIY social media marketing is not productive. You may be doing a great job. But you also may be wasting time (or money!). In short, we business owners are often too busy to realize that self-service jobs are likely stealing from our bottom line (rather than saving us money). Here are the reasons your DIY social media marketing may be costing you.
Digitally, we are trying harder than ever to connect with customers. On social, those connections are identified through social media engagements. How do we measure the quality of social media engagements? And how do we identify the quality of those engagements? We have a few answers for you.
Looking for a social media agency to ensure you’ve constantly got something smart to say online? Congratulations! Outsourcing your social media to someone else is often a shrewd move. However, I can tell you from experience that unless you do your homework when interviewing and hiring a social media agency, you might end up with a giant horror story on your hands. Lucky for you, we’ve got the hard-hitting questions needed to hire the RIGHT social media agency for your business.
As someone who owns a social media marketing agency, I’m supposed to say you should always outsource social media marketing. The problem is I don’t agree. There are many reasons why you should manage your own social. For instance, because no one knows your business better than you. But if you’re not 1000% committed, you could be wasting a lot of time and money on your social media efforts. We’ve got 10 signs that point to YES when asking if yourself if you should outsource social media marketing to someone else, plus the warning signs of DIY social that’s in trouble.