How to Brand Your Business Successfully Using Social Media

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Social media marketing is the future of brand promotion. It allows you to target your audience specifically and reach them in a much more direct, more effective way than traditional marketing and advertising endeavors. No matter what you’re promoting, your brand can benefit from a social media presence. Here are some tips on how to brand your business successfully using social media.

Establishing Identity

There are billions of voices on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, etc. What makes you unique? Why is your brand worth following? The content you create can help you establish your own voice in social media, and get people to listen. Do you post blogs that are professional and informative? Videos that offer a wry behind-the-scenes look at what things are like in your field? Find a niche and give people something unique and interesting.

Then, use different social media platforms to cement that identity. Post your content to Facebook and Twitter, yes, but also use them to engage people. Answer questions, respond to comments and establish a connection with the people to whom your content is targeted. That way, they can associate a face with your company.

Establishing Presence

One of the major keys of branding your business successfully using social media is visibility. Once you start creating content and posting on social media, do it regularly. Building up a following takes continual time and effort. If you fall off the map for a while, people will forget about you – and then you’ll have to start from scratch.

There are a number of things you can do on social media to increase your visibility. The most effective ways get your audience actively involved in and excited about your content. Encourage fans to submit their own content, which you can then share with your followers. Have Twitter events and get your followers to use a particular hash tag to spread the word. Contests and giveaways can help as well. Be creative.


One of the most important resources you have is other people. As you work hard to establish yourself in social media, plenty of others in your field are trying to do the same. Find people with mutual goals and combine forces. Retweet their observations to your followers, and they’ll be likely to do the same for you. Collaborate on projects and content together that introduce their followers to your brand and vice versa. You both get to expand your horizons and reach twice as many people.

Learning how to brand your business successfully using social media isn’t difficult, but it takes practice. The most important thing is just to get yourself out there. Try new things. Make new connections. The more you do, the better you’ll get.