Between keeping track of appointments with clients, scheduling more appointments, and generally trying to stay organized, we know how hard it can be with running a massage, fitness, or physical therapy business and keeping up to date on all of the latest Internet trends. So we’ve organized 4 great tips for your convenience to help you integrate all your social media platforms into your weekly routine:
1.) Spend at least 10-15 minutes a day on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Google+:
It’s really that simple! Just show up, look around, and make an appearance. Ok, well it might not be that easy, but what we’re trying to say is make an effort for a little time of your day, and it will take you a long way. This can help your activity, attract new fans, and help your local “word of mouth” marketing.
2.) Link your Facebook and Twitter account to each other:
This is SUCH a simple task, and can end up saving you some time. What this does is if you post anything to your business’s Facebook, it will automatically be shared on Twitter. It’s like getting a 2-for-1, and you get attention on both social media platforms. Here is a great link with photos showing step-by-step how to link the two together:
3.) Post one thing a day:
Clear and simple, right? Some people have issues with coming up with something to post, which is understandable. Just think about what you’re business’s voice is, and go from there. You could post an inspirational quote, a healthy tip, a funny picture, or a question to get to know your audience more.
4.) Share, Share, Share!:
So this can get a little tricky, but don’t worry! On Twitter, you should find a few local places around you, and some local news publications to follow. There is a button that reads, “Retweet” and you will be able to repost and share it. If you find an interesting article, post it for your audience to read as well. This helps reach out to larger audiences, and you’ll find that more people will start to follow you, or like your page.