Although I am a believer in a business doing it’s own social media management, I also know that there are certain cases in which I think outsourcing is the way to go. If you have been unsure about taking the leap, or have been comparing your business to others who manage their own and wonder ‘how do they do it?’ then take a read and do not hesitate to contact me for any questions regarding my social media management services- I am here to help!
If your business provides a service, such as hairdressing, beauty, car detailing, personal training or anything else physical you are away from a desk and working face to face with clients each day. So, the time you do have to catch up at your desk, the chance is that plotting away on various social media platforms is not the priority. There is much more to catch up on, such as ordering, invoicing and maintenance, as well as networking and working on the growth of your business. In order to buy 1000 youtube subscribers for 5, complete information is gathered to get the benefits. Proper training is offered to the people to improve the subscribers on the channel. The concentration is on enhancing the sale of the business.
- You are on the edge of substantial growth
You have been in business for a while, and your hard work is finally starting to pay off while you are beginning to enjoy organic growth. Pace is steady but you are not ready just yet to hire extra staff, but you know that you need to free some time up and outsourcing is looking like an attractive option.
- You have given it a go, but you are not seeing results
You know very well that social media is a must-do part of marketing these days, so you have spent the time on it- but you are still not gaining the results you are hoping for. Time and effort has been spent on different platforms and you are over scratching your head and wondering ‘what am I doing wrong?’.
- You are not into social media
This is perfectly fine! My fiance dislikes social media and is not on it himself, in fact I know plenty of people who do not have a Facebook page. So when it comes to using social media for business you have absolutely no idea where to start, what platforms to use or how to use them. The time that you would need to spend in learning how to could possibly be spent with clients, or working on other parts of your business.
- You have a few different projects on the go
You are the professional entrepreneur with several projects in the works, some established, others in early stages. What ever the case, you are really busy and not ready to hire extra staff, especially a team member to organise your social media. Outsourcing is perfect for you, allowing you to take a load off and not concern yourself with building the following your business needs, instead branching out and spending the time on the research and implementation of your business plans.
None of the above?
There could be plenty of other reasons to outsource your social media management that I have not thought of- but I consider the most important message here is to ask yourself where your time is best spent. As they say, time is money! Just as a professional might outsource their book keeping, it might be time for you to outsource your social media.