What to Track in Social Media

 Most consumers spend a considerable amount of time online researching services and products.

Their time is well spent conducting research about a potential purchase. Take advantage of their interest and establish a solid online reputation. Facebook, Twitter, Google, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Yelp are all excellent places to encourage your audience to leave a (positive) review. Online interactions stand as a lasting reflection of your business and its capabilities.

The best method to satisfy long-time customers and attract new ones is by presenting yourself as a trusted authority on social-media profiles, this goes a long way towards building and maintaining your online reputation.

Use all the tools at your disposal to gain the upper hand in your competitive market. From knowing what content works to determining the best time to share content, becoming a social media expert takes time and practice.

Social Media what to track