Have social media websites ever let you down? From time to time when the system is overloaded Twitter will let you know with the Twitter Whale. The Twitter Whale is an image of a whale being carried by the famous Twitter birds that alerts Twitter users that the site is over capacity. Unlike Twitter, Facebook shuts down don’t occur often, but a recent two-hour shut down left many users in the dark.
If you use Facebook for personal or business reasons you know that the site is constantly updated with pictures, events and status updates from the more than 800 million active users on the network.
So what happens when your business only uses Facebook or Twitter and the websites shut down?
Using Facebook and Twitter for social media marketing will help increase business to consumer engagement for your company.
In order for your brand to become successful and engaging on Facebook and Twitter time and energy are required. How much time and energy you place in your social media networks is based on the amount of engagement you hope to achieve amongst your consumers.
There are many ways to make social media marketing on both networks easier for your business. One way is to connect the social media websites so that the information you post to Twitter automatically feeds to your Facebook page. The advantage of this method is time saved.
One of the easiest ways to save time with your social media marketing efforts would be to turn it over to JASE. The advantages of using JASE for your social media marketing plan goes beyond saving time and is truly about increasing engagement and leading your Facebook fans and Twitter followers to your website. The content created for your social media websites is tailored for your organization and is created to increase quality sales leads for your business.
Don’t miss an opportunity to spread information about your business as a result of social media hassles. Contact JASE and receive a JASE social media marketing plan to increase your presence on various social media networks.
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