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There are 2.4 billion active Facebook users as of 2019, and an increasing number of consumers are using it to find products, services, and brands to solve their everyday problems. Facebook and other social networks make it easy for potential customers to find you. And when they do, they are often more likely to remember your brand and share it with their own connections.

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Why should my business be on Facebook?

Facebook can be a powerful way to communicate with customers and potential customers; they can see your product or service without having to visit your location. Facebook also helps people find your business, and learn more about what you have to offer. It's a place where you can interact with your customers and where they can reach out to chat and ask questions.

Will Facebook generate leads?
Yes, and no. Facebook can be an effective way to direct traffic to your business, when combined with an effective website and/or blog. Your posts, links, and other actions, contained on your public Facebook page, can give your website SEO a boost when your Page is indexed (aged).
With the speed of social media and new clout being added to the information shared through social channels, having a Facebook page filled with rich content relevant to your business, can help you boost your search engine rankings, which in turn will lead to more website traffic and leads.
What does a freelance social media manager (SMM) do?

They will implement your marketing plan.

A SMM is key to your brand's social communication: they determine how often your company should post on each social channel and monitor each channel for replies.

Support the development of your brand identity; show the why that helps customers resonate with your business.

Participate in visual design strategies: a social media manager ensures your Page visually matches your brand, and may edit your video or photos, and/or offer suggestions. 

Supports promotional strategies: SMMs give you insights into paid advertising,

organic traffic and influencer marketing.

Compile your engagement strategy: a SMM listens, responds and engages with your audience across all social platforms. This increases sales and improves customer relationships through engagement.

Establishes a conversion strategy: a SMM learns your follower’s pain points and concerns, and suggests how to convert fans into customers.

A great SMM knows how to create relevant content, respond to consumers, and engage audience.

The best SMMs also stays up-to-date on the latest trends, keywords, and hashtags, on all social channels; they follow algorithm changes closely, and compile strategies that appeal to the goals of your brand. 


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