FAQ's FOR SOCIAL MEDIA CREATIVES FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Images can surely help with SEO. First, they enhance the user experience on the web page. You can also add “alt tags” that help with on-page SEO which tells Google what the image means.
The answer to this question depend, again on what your business makes and what your demographic is. Each social media platform is enticing in its way, but use the wrong type of content on the wrong audience and you’ll be labeled unprofessional
All platforms support multimedia content and text descriptions, but on some, it’s also acceptable to post text-only updates.
In short: no. People follow your brand on different platforms for different reasons. This means that you can’t expect to have the same audience across all platforms. Brands focusing on visual content don’t necessarily have to rely only on one of the two platforms. Instead, they could start a story by posting the “making of” on Facebook and the more polished photos on Instagram.
Here’s where the difference between quality and quantity becomes obvious. Posting frequent updates, where you’re asking people to follow you or to bring in more followers, is not going to work. Buying followers might sound like an easy solution, but it’s not a viable one. Paid followers aren’t particularly known for engaging with content, and neither are they loyal.
You can drive engagement by delivering high-quality content to the right people at the right time. Creative and unique content will more than just that. It can also determine your followers to share it with their family members, friends, or professional contacts
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