4 Reasons to Outsource Your Social Media

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If you’re currently handling your brand’s social media presence or are relying on your full-time employees to occasionally post on your social media pages, your brand may be missing out. By outsourcing your social media postings, your business can begin harnessing the true power of social media platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram to reach its full potential.

Still not convinced? Consider just a few of the many benefits of working with an experienced social media manager as part of a content-creation plan.

1. Free Up Your Valuable Time and Resources

If you’re trying to manage your brand’s various social media platforms on your own, then you already know just how time-consuming this task can be. Not only do you need to set aside time to create and post new content, but you may also waste time struggling with designs and messaging.

There’s a reason that working as a social media manager is often a full-time job! By hiring these tasks out to a true professional, you can free up more of your valuable time to focus on other aspects of building your brand and growing your business.

2. Build Stronger Brand Awareness

If you’re currently relying on different members of your team to respond to comments and post social media updates here and there, the message you’re putting across is probably a disjointed one. As a result, your followers may have a hard time identifying with or relating to your brand.

Outsourcing your social media can help your company boost its brand awareness. That’s because your social media manager will be able to deliver a consistent and strong message that will resonate with your target audience.

3. Track Your Marketing Efforts and Outcomes

A social media manager will have the tools and knowledge to track your social media marketing efforts and better adjust your company’s marketing and advertising strategies. This can help you make better-informed decisions regarding what’s working for you on your social media channels versus what could use some improvement. Ultimately, this allows you to optimize your marketing budget regardless of its size.

4. Keep Your Audience Engaged

When a customer (or potential customer) researches your company on social media, consistent and recent postings are vital. Unfortunately, without a dedicated social media plan to handle your posting schedule, your valued customers could end up seeing posts that are weeks, months, or even years old. As you can probably imagine, this does not reflect well on your brand.

When you have a social media program in place to consistently post relevant and timely content, you demonstrate to your audience that you are engaged and that they matter to you.

Looking For a Social Media Professional?

Ready to place your brand’s social media marketing into the capable hands of a professional? Our team at CleverLight Media is here to help. Get in touch with us today to find out more about our digital marketing services and how we can help your brand reach its full potential!

About the author

Lindsey is a senior project manager and content strategist at CleverLight. She leads our clients through the web design, development, and content marketing processes with excellent communication and time management skills. Since joining the team in 2020, she has become an integral part of the day-to-day operations at CleverLight.

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