Many people think that social media is a waste of time because customers are not out there looking for them. That idea could not be more wrong. Social media is the newest and best invention that clients could have; it is your business and it’s information constantly at their fingertips. Author Grant Cardone makes a statement about his company and how social media has helped benefit his company. “Just three years ago I was oblivious to these tools. Today, my companies have more than 5 million views on YouTube, accumulated 300,000 Facebook followers and another 275,000 active followers on Twitter.”

1. Start. The most important thing to do is to start, and start fast. You don’t need to know anything to do this. Create an account and commit to posting content. That’s all! Nothing is going to happen without starting. Billions of people are using social media worldwide — proof that it’s not complicated.

 

2. Post often and keep posting. There is no such thing as posting too much content. There are some “experts” out there who discourage frequent posts. They think if you post too often people will quit following you, but in the beginning, you don’t have followers. The only way you are going to get attention is through frequency. Those who quit following you because you post too much aren’t your market and won’t buy from you anyway. If people aren’t complaining about how much you post you are not posting enough. In three years, I posted more than 1,200 videos on YouTube, the social medium I consider to be one of the most powerful. That’s almost 400 videos a year.

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