I know you’re tired of spending most of your day on social media. Though you want to get traffic from social media, you still wish to spend time working on other aspects of your online business.
You just don’t want it managed, but you want it actively growing while you focus on other parts of your business like SEO and content creation.
If that’s you, I’m here for times like these.
I’m Bryan Grey, a virtual assistant for social media management. My job is to give you peace of mind in knowing that your social media presence is growing and in safe hands.
Here’s what I would do to manage it efficiently:
Can you afford to neglect social media marketing at this time?
Before the advent of the internet, people did window shopping on stores prior to making a purchase.
If you had a business at that time, it was tolerable to ignore everything social media.
The story has changed today.
Window shopping has transitioned from physical to being digital.
On Pinterest alone, 77% of people said that they discover new brands and products regularly.
And 97% of all searches on Pinterest are unbranded, meaning that users of the platform are looking to discover products from new and unknown brands.
Social media has afforded you the opportunity to showcase your products in front of a hungry market.
So…no, you can’t afford to neglect social media in favor of other aspects of your online business.
Besides, Google takes into consideration the popularity of a post on social media in determining how fast it begins to rank on search results.
If a newly published post starts getting engagement and shares, it’ll be picked up faster by Google than an idle post.
Simply put, social media marketing is a vital part of SEO.
All you need do to get customers from social media is to have an active social media presence, optimize your profiles, keep building engagement with your followers, and turn up regularly.
Frankly, all of this takes time.
You can’t afford to spend each day getting it right on social media and ignore building other aspects of your online business.
Very soon, you’ll begin to feel that social media is managing you instead of it happening the other way round.
Why you need a social media virtual assistant?
A virtual assistant for social media management will turn your social media accounts into the digital storefront of your online business.
He’ll do this by researching the exact words customer use when looking for your products on social media.
Then he’ll integrate those keywords into your social media content and graphics by using appropriate hashtags.
Also, the description of each social media post will contain those keywords.
That way, your post is likely to show up when users search on those platforms using the keywords.
A social media virtual assistant can also repurpose content into the format used in each social media platform.
Facebook is a platform that uses a combination of text and videos.
YouTube is strictly for videos.
Pinterest uses only images.
Twitter is a microblogging platform that contains mainly text, followed by images, and then videos.
Instagram is for pictures and videos.
What works on one platform might not work on the other.
It’s left for a virtual assistant to maximize impressions and reach on each platform by using the appropriate formats for each social media platform.
Doing so yourself can take up a good chunk of your day.
What I mentioned above are the basics of social media management. A social media virtual assistant also goes as far as researching the current industry trends for your business and creating content that aligns with it.
Not only that, but a VA maintains a strong relationship with your followers by interacting with them, as this can prove almost impossible if your follower base is large.
Having a virtual assistant for social media management onboarded will ensure that your social media presence grows continuously as you handle the parts of your business only you can take care of.
How can I help?
For starters, I’ll set up and customize all your social media profiles to maximize conversions.
If you need more email subscribers, I’ll include a compelling call-to-action on your bio that’ll channel first-time visitors to your email list.
Your industry probably has unique keywords that customers use during searches on different social media platforms.
I’ll make sure I include those keywords in your bios and on all your content, and even create beautifully branded graphics to go with it.
That way, you’ll be among the top results users see when they search for solutions to their problems using those keywords.
There’ll be no need to stress your mind researching on the best time to post and engage with your audience, you can leave all that to me.
If you’re big on ads, I’ll research your target audience, their demographics, age, competitors they currently follow and tailor your ads to capture them.
Not only that, but I’ll also set up remarketing pixels from different social media platforms on your website to capture users who have previously visited your website so that we can retarget them with ads.
That’s one of the cheapest and easiest method to gain ROI on ads.
If you’re a firm believer in growing your social media presence organically, I’ll continue to create helpful content around your posts and product, reach out to industry influencers for shares, and engage with your audience.
All I’ll need is your approval for the social media campaign of your choice, and we’re good to go.
Every week, I’ll submit a report on the campaign progress.
What to expect?
I usually charge per hour or per project, whichever is convenient for you. No hidden fees at all.