What is Social Media Optimization?
Social media optimization or social media marketing is the process of generating publicity through various social media networks and platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Linkedln.
What do I get when I sign up for Inviko’s Social Media Services?
1. We create and optimize social media accounts such as Facebook, Twitter, Linkedln, Google+ etc
2. We submit articles regularly to your website and also submit those articles to your social media sites (Google+, Facebook, Twitter etc) monthly (Basic service) or weekly (Advanced Service)
3. We promote your business products or services to social media websites and share information, links, photos, and videos regularly
In short, keeping up with Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and all the other social media outlets is time consuming but essential in today’s world; Inviko’s Social Media Services makes it easy for your business to create and regularly update its social profiles.
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Why Employ Social Media Optimization?
Social media optimization increases awareness about a business, brand, product or service; as well as amplifying the engagement with your target audience, and so generating more leads, prospects and customers.
What are Your Competitors Doing?
Here are some famous brands that are successfully employing social media optimization:
Social Media Optimization is a task-extensive online marketing effort requiring expertise and manpower. It is a rather long term effort and requires everyday tasks to reach a critical mass of fans, followers, and connections, to achieve high-growth momentum. Do not expect instant results. But rather expect results to pick-up cumulatively as your content and connections build up over time.
Doing SMO all by yourself, or organizing, training and monitoring a team to do it in-house will be very time-consuming taking away time from your core activities. All you have to do is to let us take care of all of your social media marketing needs.
What’s the Next Step?