Using social media is an important part of any PR or marketing campaign; it not only gets the brand’s name out there by highlighting happenings relevant to the company, it also gets people involved with the business by opening up topics for outside discussion. Adversely, there is an ugly side to social sharing, and if you aren’t careful, it’s easy to lose followers.
When publicizing a brand, it’s important that you always find a way to break through the clutter of competitors. One way many companies are doing so is by utilizing SnapChat. That’s right, SnapChat. The scandalous quick-pic-don’t-you-dare-screen-shot-this SnapChat.
With the growing use of social media, companies are looking for ways to engage with their consumers through its social channels. However, many businesses are finding it challenging to connect with its specific customer base/followers and thereby getting those connections to translate into sales. Why are companies having a hard time gaining the results they want? How can they mix things up to get the results they want? Enter our blog!