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Building a Social Media Brand Persona

7/15/18 12:30 PM / by Market Hardware

Differentiating your brand from its competitors is critical to your success on Social Media. You must find an audience and appeal to them. If you build a brand personality, your followers will become brand advocates. Of course, this is easier said than done. Building a brand persona takes a concentrated effort, and its management must be maintained.

One thing is for sure: if you want to be visible in your industry, you must be visible on Social Media because that is where a majority of your consumers will find you.  Having a brand personality that customers can relate to and a Social Media presence that resonates with them will create a meaningful relationship between your business and your customers.

So, how do you create a brand persona? If you don’t have time to manage your company’s Social Media presence, hiring a Social Media manager or enlisting an office manager would be the first step. Having a witty, effective communicator who manages your Social Media is important to building a brand persona that will last. Look for someone who writes well and has a lot of experience producing content. Sit down with trusted people in your company and brainstorm what you want your brand to be. Ask some of these questions:

  • What do you want to be known for?
  • Who is your target audience?
  • What Social Media platforms will your target audience be present on?
  • What type of content is your target audience interested in?

Keep in mind, these are questions we get asked often at Market Hardware. If you’d like to discuss them with a Social Media expert here, let us know.

Get to know your brand before you decide to build a Social Media persona. With a defined strategy, and the right manager to pull it off, you will have Social Media success.

Topics: Social Media

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