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The 4 Primal Elements of Social Media Copywriting

The 4 Primal Elements of Social Media Copywriting

Back in the day, people felt everything was comprised of four elements- wind, water, earth, and fire. Well, social media copywriting is somewhat similar. Only instead of those archaic elements, we have something new.

Social media, in a nutshell, is about two things – communication and community. As such, you’re going to need to know your customer and how they talk, or rather, how they expect you to talk. Here are the four elements you need to keep in mind.

1. Tone. Social media is the same as any other form of marketing in the respect that your company needs consistency. The language you use should be of the same tone as everything you do. Are you a business that gives off fun vibes, like a beverage or fashion line? Then keep it fun! Are you a divorce lawyer? Then maybe you should stick to a more professional feel. Either way, the right tone is essential to powerful and unique messages.

2. Technicalities. Some industries require customers to understand the nitty-gritty mechanics of the product. Others are better off simply explaining the benefits of the product. After all, a cleaning supply company probably won’t disclose all the science behind their products. On the other hand, a computer company may explain the type of processor or monitor screen resolution.

3. Content. Social media marketers need to study what kind of content their audience responds to the most. Whether it’s promotional posts, news articles, or even memes, it’s up to YOU to make sure there is engagement!

4. Timing. Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest, some scheduling times are more effective than others. However, your audience is also an important factor. Your demographic should shape when your content is sent out. Some people check the internet on Tuesdays at 10:00am, others at Friday at 9:00pm. Study your followers! 

Who is your ideal customer? The answer to that defining question should how you talk, what you talk about, and when you say it. It’s imperative that you pinpoint your ideal demographic and the people you want to sell to. Otherwise, you might as well be speaking a different language! 

Are you ready to reach out to your customers like never before? Contact us today to create an effective marketing strategy! 

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