You know that your business should be using social media, but it’s hard to know where to start or stop.
Will a Facebook page be enough? Who should you be talking to on Twitter? Is LinkedIn relevant to you? Is Pinterest worth spending time on? Does Google+ matter? Should you have a blog?
And – if you’re going to be talking in all of these places – what on earth are you going to be saying from one end of the year to the next?
It’s free to open accounts on many social networks, but it pays to think long and hard about which ones you’re going to use, and how you’re going to make them work for you.
That’s where Wordhoard comes in. We’ll work with you to develop a plan that puts you in control of who you’re talking to where. We’ll help you find a tone for your posts, blogs and updates that will be recognisable, and we’ll do our best to make sure you don’t start repeating yourself, ignoring people or inadvertently frightening away your fans.
In fact the rules of social media aren’t desperately complicated: be nice, be interesting and be interested in other people. It’s the getting started at doing this in a new environment that makes people a bit nervous.
If you’d like us to, we’ll help you get going by posting, blogging, and writing for you. You can step in to take over full control at any point: we’re always delighted when clients get really confident in using social media for themselves. Some companies just need help with advice and a framework, and call on us in an advisory capacity as time goes on. Other companies like to know their blog is being taken care of by people who’ve taken the time to understand what makes their company and its customers tick.
Wordhoard provides social media services for businesses and community organisations in Ireland and the UK, and each project is tailored to the individual clients and teams we support. We also provide social media services for community and cultural events (most recently for the Bantry Atlantic Challenge contest).
What our clients have in common is that they want a social media service that’s genuinely affordable and effective. We’re offering you a free consultation (and coffee too if you’re in Cork or Kerry!) so we can talk to you about how social media can work for your business. Why not take us up on that? We’d love to hear from you.