Definition – What does Social Platform mean? (https://www.techopedia.com/definition/23759/social-platform)
A social platform is a Web-based technology that enables the development, deployment and management of social media solutions and services. It provides the ability to create social media websites and services with complete social media network functionality.
Social Media is one of the most effective ways to reach and engage with the public and potential customers. As you will be aware the increase in the use of social media over the years has been enormous with more and more usage. The advantages for you as a business owner is that there are so many more customers with which to engage.
You cannot however use every social platform there is effectively and let’s face it there are a few, the largest being Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter. In order to ensure that the time spent on these social platforms is conducive and beneficial you need to identify which ones will work for you the best and then maximise the resources. Through good use of social platforms you can ultimately strengthen your main website by building links. This creates other ways for clients to find your business other than direct searches. Many of our clients have benefitted from our skilled services in helping them to identify and utilise social platforms.
As a business owner you don’t have infinite time and resources to spend on everything and time is money. What if we were to do the backdoor work for you allowing you to focus on your revenue and sales? TBA Media can prepare social platform campaigns working in conjunction with you to provide you with quality posts that will reach large volumes of people globally. Facebook is synonymous with its worldwide exposure allowing businesses to target and advertise online to millions of people.
For further information on how TBA Media can help you tap into the unlimited resources and reach of social platforms call us we are happy to discuss the best options for you and work out a campaign.