In every social media site that you’re going to sign up for, you’re going to be asked to fill out a profile page to show people your information. You’ll find that some people have well-made profile pages and some don’t. Why is that?
Well, for one thing, some people don’t finish filling out their profile page. Some save the filling out for later, while some forget. To avoid forgetting to finish your profile, fill out as many of the basic information asked in the profile as you can.
If you’re creating a profile for your brand, don’t forget to include a decent picture of yourself or a brand logo for the avatar. It’s important for people to see a a face or even a symbol that embodies the brand because it tells them that the business is real.
If you feel that it’s necessary to take some time to draft your brand or personal description, then leave it blank. But don’t take too long to create one because you’ll never know how many potential followers you could be losing just because you didn’t finish your profile information.
You can even put up video or audio clips of you talking about the brand or the business and post it as a multimedia description on your profile page to make things more interesting. It sets your description apart from the usual text-only descriptions.
Once you’ve finished filling out the necessary information, you shouldn’t forget to link your main website to each and every one of your social media profiles because they do, eventually, direct people to your “home”.
As a bonus, you might want to pimp out your profile by joining communities on various social media sites. Participate, share what you know, and establish relationships with the other people. You’ll never know who will take the time to visit your profile and your website.
You can never pay too little attention to the small details. It may just seem like it’s just a profile to you, but you can never tell just how much an impact a well-made profile page on your business.
Related articles by Zemanta
- Building Your Brand (corporate-marketing-branding.suite101.com)
- Want Someone To Manage Your Company’s Social Media? Here’s a Fee List (centernetworks.com)
- The Right and Wrong Way To Use Social Media as a PR Firm (ricksrss.com)