This is a post for folks who don't think social media is for them.
I can see where you're coming from.
Social media is not something new. We had AIM messenger and other tools before Facebook and all the other folks started.
In reality, when you post on social media about a new product or service, you're finding yourself interacting with the same small cross- section of users. And lose out on the rest of the market.
Old school marketing
1. No matter what you're promoting, you will still need to rely on offline connections for support. For example, a friend you've established a relationship with for years will likely show up to your grand opening versus someone you just met on the street.
2. Media spotlight
3. Never hire someone for something you can do yourself
4. It's all about the customer
Lastly. Don't ghost your customers. Show your customers that you care about them - and be available.
Mega is based in California with her husband & three dogs: Fluffy, Simon, and Charlie. Mega started her career as a TV news reporter and transitioned into marketing and data science. Her vision is to solve problems through storytelling and data-driven strategies.