Dont restrict your B2B social media strategy to just LinkedIn

Don’t restrict your B2B social media strategy to One Social Network

If you’re a B2B company chances are your current online presence is restricted to your website and just one social platform. Which would make sense, because social media is for B2C companies... right?

A brand is no longer what we tell the consumer it is – it is what consumers tell each other it is.

Scott Cook

If you’re a B2B company chances are your current online presence is restricted to your website and just one social platform. Which would make sense, because social media is for B2C companies… right?

Finding new clients and growing your network is important for B2B companies, but employing a social media strategy that only focuses on these points loses out on one of the key benefits of social media: Branding.

Using social media to build your brand and share your business’s story will allow you to shape your online image and attract the clients you want.

Twitter is a great example of how a B2B can communicate in real-time with its audience, answer questions, and actively participate in conversations in their industry to both inspire and educate.

To become recognized as a go-to authority for expertise on a selected area of specialization, B2B’s must share high-quality content that clients, intermediaries, and even competitors recognize as valuable. On the right social platform, this can become a powerful and viral tool in building engagement and a brand’s name.

With not all content being suitable to be shared everywhere, B2B companies need to decide on the type of content to share on their chosen platforms. Having the ability to post different types of content (think videos and curated content for Facebook, company news and professional content for Linkedin) to different channels gives B2B companies the freedom to showcase a side of their personalities and culture that would have otherwise remained hidden to both potential customers and jobseekers alike.

By creating a voice on more than just one platform, B2B’s get to benefit from the unique advantages each has to offer, which ultimately strengthens and supports the main marketing strategy by creating brand awareness and advocacy.

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At Brieffin we use our expertise to unlock everything social media has to offer your business or personal brand. We use our experience in content creation, strategy and planning, and social media management to help build consistency and deliver marketing success.

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