Social Media Examiner tackels the problem many businesses are now facing. A failing social media presence on the World Wide Web. Jim Belosic writes, “Businesses often fail in their social media efforts for the same reason New Year’s resolutions fail: It’s a good idea, but there’s no structure or commitment. Then, when there are no immediate results, or the goal ends up being more difficult to attain than previously thought, it goes by the wayside.”
If that sounds familiar you have to read this article. If you are wondering what Belosic says the first thing you need to do…you’re in luck.
#1: Make a Commitment
Before you even start creating your plan, you have to make a promise. Establishing a healthy social media presence can be a very slow process. You can’t expect your list of fans, followers or subscribers to grow overnight.