30 Quick tips to step up your social media

Updated: Jun 28, 2021


30 quick tips to step up your social media

From brand awareness, to building trust and customer support, social media has become an important part of many small businesses' marketing plans. To help you step up your social media marketing, we’ve collected 30 quick tips to try for your small business.


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Facebook


1. Keep business information up-to-date on your profile


As customers research to learn more about local businesses, Facebook is one of the most common places they go. In fact, ⅔ of Facebook users say they visit a local business page once a week. With this in mind, having an up-to-date page not only helps you look more professional, it can benefit your bottom line.


Here are the key things to keep updated:

  • Business hours

  • Contact information

  • Website link

  • Address


2. Create posts to drive traffic


Unlike Instagram, Facebook has the benefit of creating posts with clickable links. Use this to your advantage by creating posts that link to things such as your website, consultation form, products, or events you’re participating in.

3. Use Facebooks Ads


Organic post reach has been falling as social media platforms continue to update their algorithms. Facebook Ads are one of the quickest and most effective ways to reach your social media goals whether used to build your following or to get more sales.


It’s important to create click-worthy ads, which is why we’ve created Facebook Ad templates to make the process easy. Click here to learn more about ad creation today.


4. Take advantage of your Facebook page’s action button


Your Facebook page’s action button is an opportunity to highlight a quick action you would like someone to take when they land on your page.


To update this on your page, simply click “edit action button” and choose from one of the pre-made options.


Jungalow facebook page

5. Add a CTA to your captions


CTA is an acronym for “call to action”. When used in your captions, they tell your followers what to do next after reading your post.


Here are some common CTA examples:

  • Click the link to learn more

  • Schedule a call today

  • Use the code “SAVE10” to take 10% off your purchase today