What is local social media management and why is it important to multi-location businesses? In this episode, Matt Nickols (CEO of MarketSnare), Elliot Olson (Sales & Marketing Manager of MarketSnare), and guest Kevin Mullett (VP of Program Services at MarketSnare) answer that big question.
They also explore:
How can a business do local social media at scale?
How can a business efficiently use social media to reach local markets?
What aspects of paid advertising and organic traffic should a multi-location business pay attention to when conducting social media campaigns?
There’s a big difference between using social media to build your brand at the national level than there is using social media for brand awareness at the regional and local levels.
Why do consumers often have more inherent trust when it comes to local marketing and local businesses?
Facebook studied the effectiveness of local pages versus corporate pages. They found that local pages regularly outperform corporate pages.
How can a business use it’s national/corporate marketing assets at the local level?
Content and personality are two of the biggest factors when it comes to differentiating local social media versus national/corporate social media.
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