Focus on your buyer's benefits and requirements & target niche according to your product .Its not about only bringing likes on your pages ,real likers are those who are interested in your product too. Do conversation with your buyers ,tell them benefits of your products . They will definately buy your product .
It's always best to keep an open line of communication always with your followers. Are you interacting with them? The more you communicate with them the better off your going to be, like any new business you have to sell yourself.
Well, you need to make a deep research on the data. According to the feedback from your clients, you can gain much useful information. Turning the resources into real deals needs your patience. Don't be so rush and try to find the key point clients care for. Hope you can make it.
Social media has many different benefits, but it is important to know which sites are best for your company's target market. Make sure you invest in multiple social marketing platforms and have the ability to provide customer service on them as well. UGC can be a great tool that will not only engage with customers, but also allow content creators who might just happen to follow your brand! Be warned though - there are some risks when using this strategy so make sure you tap into those wisely-just remember show loyalty by following back or reciprocating any shout outs from followers too!
Converting social media followers into buyers requires a sales funnel. For example, when you go to a car dealership in the U.S.) to purchase a new car, there are salespeople walking the lot. One of them is likely to approach you, as you walk the lot, looking for a car that fits your needs. They will answer your questions and once you are ready to make your purchase, they create the paperwork and hand you off to a representative in their Finance Department, who will walk you through all of the details and attempt to upsell features like the warranty, pre-paid maintenance service, anti-theft systems, etc... By the time you drive the car off the dealership, you will likely end up spending more than the original price of the car that you agreed to.
Drawing the parallel to ecommerce, you can think of walking the lot as your social media platforms. These platforms give you the opportunity to interact with prospective customers, answer questions and possibly even to negotiate prices. However, the next step is your version of the "Finance Department", which converts the prospective customer into a series of contract signatures, signed checks, etc... If you sell a physical product, this next step could be as simple as Sign Up for Discounts or Add to Cart, or as complex as "Contact a Sales Consultant to Complete this Purchase", or something in between. If you sell a service, then the next step in the sales funnel could entail having your prospects fill out a contact form, so that you can follow up to discuss the next steps.
Ultimately, however, the sales funnel should be simple and straightforward, enabling prospective customers to navigate the process with ease.
Good and engaging content is the key, make sure that your posts connect with the followers and they get what they are looking for then they will start converting into real buyers, and keep in mind that consistency is very important, posting content consistently will improve engagement rate hence will get you real buyers.
Advertising on forums is an excellent way to get new subscribers, but in some cases, you should understand that you may not need these subscribers because they are not loyal and paying audiences. I carefully filter my subscriber list and analyze methods for recruiting new audiences and boosting my account.