Why Australian Local Business need Social Media marketing in 2017?

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Number of Australian small businesses use social media to interact with customers and retain them for a long term. However, most of the local small businesses complain that social media marketing is too busy, expensive and time-consuming.  They claim that their social media campaign doesn’t bring sales and thus it does not provide a good ROI for their businesses. But that’s not correct.

According to the survey of 500 small business owners held by Social Media Today, 43% of Business owners said that they spend 6 or more hours every week on Social Media.

Now, I am going to share some stats, to show why Australian Small Businesses are missing out on this golden opportunity by not taking serious action for their social media campaign.

If you are still not using social media for your business, your competitors probably are. In this situation, you are holding your business back and ultimately losing that opportunity for profit. If you deploy social media with right marketing strategies you will drive an avalanche of free targeted traffic to your site.

The targeted social media campaign ensures that your website and ad campaign will convert the traffic to the leads and leads to sales. 

Last but not the least, the proper social media campaign helps businesses keep customers engaged and retain customers.

Dipendra is the Digital Marking Consultant at Online Marketing Heroes and he is very passionate about digital marketing, digital trends and technologies as well as delivering award-winning solutions to businesses online.

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