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Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn etc., hard puzzle to fix. It can be challenging to know which platforms are worth investing your time and resources into.

Here are some tips to help you make an informed decision:

1. 🎯Define Target Audience:

Defined target audience helps selecting platforms where your potential customers are most active.

2. 📊Study Platform Demographics:

Each platform has a unique user base. For example, Instagram is popular among younger audiences, Facebook has a broader age range, while LinkedIn is popular among professionals. Study each platform demographics to ensure that it aligns with your target audience.

3. 👨‍💼Consider Your Business Type:

Business type influences platforms suitable for your business. Businesses offering visually appealing products, such as fashion brands, may find success on platforms like Instagram or Pinterest. In contrast, B2B companies may prefer LinkedIn.

4. 👀Check Out Competitors:

Studying competitors' social media accounts helps you identify platforms they're using and type of content they're sharing thus giving you an idea of platforms most effective in your industry.

5. 📅Develop Content Strategy:

Having a content strategy in place before posting is crucial. Determine type of content you want to share and platforms best suited for it. Video content may perform well on YouTube, while shorter posts may work better on Twitter.

6. 📈Track Your Results:

Tracking your social media metrics to see which platforms are driving most engagement and traffic to your website is essential. This can help you adjust your strategy and invest more time and resources into the platforms that are most effective.

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(Disclaimer: This content is for the sole purpose of teaching and learning at Edith Cowan University).


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