Create and develop a successful social media strategy with this Premium Template. This template handles what you do not have time for. You get the core taxonomy of a successful social media strategy plan with no need for guessing how to structure it.


You have been asked to present a social media strategy on your next team meeting and not sure where to start? or are you are an entrepreneur who needs to have clarity on where to focus your limited marketing budget on social media?

The below best practices and tips will guide you in the process of setting up your social media strategy and what to include in your social media strategy template.

Before you get into the template it is important you understand what social media marketing strategy really is…


A Social Media Strategy is a plan of action designed to achieve your brand’s social media objectives and goals.

A social media marketing strategy should define the main aim of your brand presence on social media channels and set the parameters for:

  • Why your brand is investing in social media marketing (the reason for)
  • What your social media activities should deliver (goals and objectives)
  • How the plan will be delivered (actions)
  • Where your social media executions will be taken place. Which specific social media platforms you will focus on. (Channels)
  • When your social media executions should be delivered. Timings and frequency. Seasonality adjustments, etc (Scheduling)
  • What tools and resources you will need and use.
  • Who will be responsible to measure, audit, manage, execute optimise, report and present the results (Team involved)
  • How much is the cost of your social media strategy and the expected return on investment? (Budget)
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Campaign flow & targeting sections
Interactive UTM tracking builder
Competitors’ engagement benchmark section
Event calendar section
Social Media Posting log section
Calendar section to list your live streams
Activation ideas log section
WIP section
Social Media Management Software Request for Proposal (RFP) section
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  • Increase Customer Lifetime Value. As consumers spend more time on social media channels, it has become evident marketers are using social media to increase purchase frequency and basket value which then increases customer lifetime value.
  • Increase sales. Social media participation allows brands to increase the level of trust and preference from customers.  Social media then becomes a critical touchpoint along the path of purchase.
  • Generate better quality and greater results from providers. By sharing your social media strategy with key providers (agencies, freelancers, PR agency) the more likely they will produce work that hit your goals and objectives.
  • Get buy-in. Presenting a professionally crafted Social Media Strategy allows other key stakeholders (CEO, others) to support your progress.
  • Keep consistent. A clear Social Media Strategy will ensure all parties involved understand the why, how, who, when and how often your social media activities will be delivered.
  • Know what to monitor. Having a social media strategy make it easy to revise and pivot your social media as required.


Before you write a Social Media Strategy, it is important you have already defined your overall Marketing Strategy (concepts such as brand positioning statement, brand mission, brand vision, brand values should be known).

Before you start, make sure you have ready:

  • Value Proposition. Your social media strategy should follow the value proposition defined in your marketing strategy.
  • Key messages. Also, your marketing strategy should have already defined your key messaging. Your social media strategy should feed on that and adjust the tone and voice for each social media channel.
  • Audiences. Are you using different social media platforms to reach different customer demographics and psychographic? If so, make sure you document this on your social media strategy.
  • Goals. When completing your Social Media Strategy Plan, you should write your top 3 social media marketing goals and how you are going to reach them. It is important you define a baseline and ways of correctly tracking your progress.

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  • It should not be a stand-alone strategy. Your social media strategy should sync with your offline, event and other marketing activities.
  • Summary. Make sure you provide a brief summary of your strategy for stakeholders who have no time to read the whole strategy document.
  • Stakeholder involvement is key. Invite other team members to offer input on your strategy. This may include other employees who deal with customers including sales, customer service/support teams.
  • A defined agenda when presenting your strategy. If a set of meetings are required to define your digital marketing plan with different stakeholders; ensure you have a structured agenda and expected outcomes so the plan is agreed /approved. The below goal /outcome matrix will help you have an effective meeting.
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goal outcome matrix meeting work productivity


  • Ensure your social media strategy is no longer than one year vision as social media changes so quickly.
  • Make sure your social media strategy plan document can be accessed remotely and allows for real-time collaboration between different stakeholders (brand managers, copywriters, digital marketing managers, social media managers, agency teams, etc).
  • Your social media strategy should to be concise and provide the governing principles and steps that guide the plan.


Below are the most important steps when drafting your social media strategy. These steps will help you collect key information and insights  and present your plan insights for key areas including:


Your strategy statement should be a short, concise summary of what your social media strategy is aiming to achieve, broken down into bullet points.

Below is an example from a client we worked with:

  • We are investing in social media marketing because our most valuable customer segments are not only using social media when comparing, finding new products and making purchase decisions about our category but also they are expecting from us to offer them information – via social media – that help them better use our products.
  • We will start with a full social media audit, benchmarking current results against our top 3 competitors and implement key improvements identified.
  • The foundation of our social media strategy will be promoting: the content generated by our users with our products, our “ever-green” content pieces, seasonal campaign stories and promotions. We recognise that we will need to allocate some budget $$ for boosted posts to achieve our reach and engagement objectives.
  • A key part of our Social Media Marketing Strategy will be to participate (comment or partner) in other key social media key accounts, forums and social media places where our current and potential customers hang out.
  • We will allocate 10% of our social media budget to respond to customer feedback, comments, questions and general enquiries publish via social media channels.
  • Increasing our engagement (likes, shares, comments) will be our focused to help aid purchase through organic & paid activity.
  • We will use social media to shape sentiment in all our different type of customers: potential and current customers, best customers in our loyalty program (frequent buyers), advocates, influencers and detractors, critics and online bullies/attackers.


“A very complete template for any marketing team. We are using it to define, track and measure your social media marketing goals” Emily


Goals define your high-level aims and objectives use SMART criteria to ensure each goal has a measurable set of criteria against which to evaluate progress. You can use SMART criteria for objectives because they encourage you to think about the practicality of achieving each goal, rather than focusing on things that sound good but might not be feasible.

S = Specific in terms of what needs to be achieved
M = Measurable so that progress can be tracked and evaluated
A = Achievable so that your team has a realistic chance of success
R = Relevant to your business so it’s aligned with overall business goals
T = Timeframe within which the objective must be satisfied

High-level goal examples:

  • Complete social media audit and implement actions arising from it
  • Create and keep updating a three month ahead social media content calendar
  • Begin regular social media activity, in line with strategy and calendar
  • Create and work within a measurement framework
  • Demonstrate the impact and ROI of social media to the wider stakeholders of the business.

An objective example using the SMART formula:

Increase 50% (Measurable) the number of people visiting our product pages from social media channels (Specific- Achievable -Relevant) compared to last financial year (Time based).

Below is our eDigital "Customer Buying Cycle" graph you could use to framework your Social Media Strategy by looking at each phase of your customer purchase cycle.

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customer cycle dream plan book experience share graph


Here you set out the business challenges for successful social media marketing that need to be overcome by your team and the strategic actions and activities that will enable them.


Strategic Challenge 1: Limited understanding of new social media platforms playing a growing role in our industry: Snapchat, Instagram. Strategic Response 1: We will evaluate it as part of our social media audit, invest in training and design guidelines for usage when appropriate.


This section will define who exactly you want to reach and engage with on social media platforms.

You will define your core audience (personas, profiles, demographics etc.) and identify any new customer types that you want to attract based on your products/services.

Some target audience examples below:

Regular customers who are either on our Loyalty Program or are already connected to our social media channels.
Goal: Get them to buy more quantity | Increase purchase frequency | Move them to buy premium products | Reward them for their recommendation
Key Social Media content: We will use special offers, educational demo videos for premium products and $50 voucher for every person who has signed up from their recommendations.

Customers who have bought your products but aren’t regular shoppers and haven’t connected on social media.
Goal: Get them to re-purchase our products.
Key Social Media Content: Specials offers, promotions and invitations to key activation events

People who have visited but have not purchased from us.
Goal: Get them to find our content and incentive them to participate in our events and subscribe to our e-newsletter
Key Social Media Content: activation events, influencer content, special seasonal deals and promotions.

Customers with the following base higher than 10.000 followers per channel who are using our products.
Goal: Offer them a free product in exchange for an agreed set of posts.
Key Social Media Content: we will let them create their own content with our products.

Anyone who creates bad publicity about our company
Goal: Respond and take conversations offline when appropriate. Offer free ex-change if applies.
Key Social Media Content: we will use"xyz" social media listening tool to find these content to respond in a timely manner.


Here you will spell out what you’ll be doing for each social network to satisfy the goals of your social strategy. Include a brief description of any related process, people and tools.


"We will use our primary Facebook handle as both a customer service channel and a broadcast/interaction. Facebook will be used to make our customers feel extremely accessible to us.  This will be beneficial in developing brand engagement. Key actions:

    • Following key influencers and thanking new followers personally (and doing this regularly)
    • Posting  at least one time a day (using a tool like Buffer to help schedule updates)
    • Sharing interesting and inspirational posts from other Facebook accounts.
    • Sharing every blog post (‘in case you missed it’)
    • Highlight customer service success stories at least 2 times a week.
    • Handling negative commentary to demonstrate that we take issues seriously but taking offline when appropriate
    • Being innovative with Facebook post formats e.g. testing Q&As with your product experts on specific topics
    • Facebook carousel image ads will be trialled around product launches or specific campaign pushes"
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This section is to describe how social will align with other marketing channels so that the people doing the work understand the wider picture.

Example (email marketing):

  • We will use our social media platforms to promote our newsletter content
  • We will promote email sign-up as part of our social media content calendar with specific offers.
  • We will feature popular social content in relevant e-newsletter emails.
  • Our social network links will be included in the email footer
  • Emails will include social sharing option which posts the browser version of the email


The last phase during the execution of your Social Media Marketing Plan is to ensure you are measuring progress and have your success metrics ready to be compared with your initial baseline.


  • Start by defining the KPIs for your social strategy.
  • Define macro KPIs, example: increase traffic to website from social media
  • Define micro KPIs (channel specific e.g. increase number of comments on Facebook)
  • Align your KPI expectations with the metrics that you can track for each social network so that they can easily be measured.
  • Check that your web analytics tools are configured correctly to capture all relevant data.
  • Include details of the reporting you’ll do to measure performance, and where these reports can be accessed.


This section will allow for your Social Media Strategy to be flexible to respond to changing market conditions. You should include an explanation of the Social Media Strategy review process:

  • Who will lead the review (business sponsor)?
  • How often will the review take place?
  • What data/insights will be used to inform the review?
  • What will the outputs be?
  • How will outputs be measured/monitored?

Some people include social media guidelines in the strategy but we don’t think this is the best approach. Guidelines are part of the tactical execution, providing a set of rules for the business to adhere to. It’s not a strategic activity, so this content sits best within the tactical plan, or as a separate document referenced by the plan.


This section is for you to include the links to all other documents that are relevant to your social media strategy so that anyone in your team or agency support can find them and get the full picture.

  • Branding and positioning section. Before you start your social media activation, it is critical your social media team and partners understand your brand. In this section, you will write down key information about your brand including what issues/problems the brand is trying to solve? Unique elements brought to market: product features, range, delivery, customer service, rewards, program, convenience, cost-saving. It will also ask you to define your brand mission, vision, values, language, design.
  • Campaign flow section. In this section, you will map out all the social media activities to reach every single customer touchpoint within the Customer Purchase Journey. This includes category need, brand awareness, brand consideration, brand preference, trial, purchase, evaluation/review, loyalty, advocacy, co-creation.
  • Social media calendar section. This is a stand-alone section of your plan and should define the all tactical social media activities your social media audiences will see, read and listen. you will be performing every month. Your social media calendar should allow you to easily see what has been scheduled to be published on each social media platform. We suggest keeping this tactical calendar only three months in advance as things change so quickly.
  • Monthly report section. You will access pre-built tables to present your monthly social media results by owned media and earned media. There are specific columns for % change compared with the previous month and the same month last year.
  • Work in Progress (WIP) section. When working with a different team and on multiple projects, it is important to have a list of key social media activities/tasks you and your teams need to track and ensure they get completed. Here you can also track all the key deliverables you confirmed on your initial strategy. This can include things such as: when your social media audit needs to be completed, review of the suitability of new platforms, measurement framework to be devised, end of the phase evaluation report to be completed, etc.
  • Budget section. This area is to have an accurate picture of how you are spending your social media budget. It should be a no-brainer.
  • Campaign tracking section. We recommend using campaign tracking parameters (commonly called: UTM parameters) in all URLs you promote or share via social media. This means adding UTM parameters for at least medium, source and campaign. Using UTM parameters will help you drill down into traffic from social and isolate specific elements of activity, such as individual links. You can use this for differentiating between different content formats, such as text vs. image vs. video updates for the same campaign. You can overlay e-commerce goals and/or conversion data to see what specific social media post(s) are adding the most value, and use the learning to fine-tune your social media strategy.
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UTM builder generator tool - campaign tracking - eDigital

  • Engagement benchmark section. The template shows an example on how to do Social Media benchmark for Instagram. So you can compare your engagement levels against competitors.
  • Post log section. This is a great section to get your social media freelancer to complete so all her social media posts and destination urls are organised and log in one single sheet.
  • Live stream calendar section. Social Media Live Streams require far more preparation than your usual social media posting. Therefore, this section allows you to add your future live streams including your live stream details: Campaign name, live stream title, speakers, date and time, filming location.
  • Activation ideas log section. This is a great section within the plan template to record and log all your stakeholder's activation ideas. You will be able to log all their ideas and you will be presented with an effective way to a specific way to review them and prioritise them.
  • Social media management request for proposal section. This section is really useful for enterprise-level marketers who are looking to review a new social media management tool in the near future. You will have access to the best questions you should be asking your potential social media management vendor.
  • Yearly event calendar section. You will have access to more than 200 yearly international and national events organised by month so you can easily match what's trending with your social media activity.
  • Event planning (Gantt Chart) template section. Most social media managers at some point will have to organise an event. This might be a product launch inviting influencers, a conference inviting industry leaders, an awards night, etc. For this reason, we have created one of the best event planning templates within your Master Social Media Strategy template so you can start planning your event at any time 🙂
best event planning template gantt chart

best event planning template gantt chart


  • Saves you time! Yes, you could start a template from scratch but why? Request this template and you will be working with your colleagues on it straight away! We have invested some good hours making sure it is nicely presented and the formulas on some of the worksheets have been tested and work great. The benefit of having it on Google SpreadSheet is that you can give access to your social media and/or marketing team wherever they are as the document will live on the cloud. They can also add comments to any cell and people will be notified when commenting is happening, making it a very dynamic template 🙂
  • Helps you plan tangible executions for your customer journey! This template will help you identify and plan key social media activities and develop a strategy to make your business stand out in social media, increase customer awareness of your product and services, increase preference and trial and ultimately drive people to buy (purchase), increase repeat purchases and loyalty and advocacy.
  • Helps you keep track of your social media objectives, budget and activities.  It has been carefully designed to help you easily present and track your marketing objectives, strategies, budget and tactical executions.

Below is an example of the Budget Split section...

budget split section - social media marketing plan template - eDigital

budget split section - social media marketing plan template - eDigital

  • Get buy-in from other stakeholders. One of the most challenging parts of social media is to show ROI to your management team. This template allows you not only to get buy-in from your executive team but also allow them to have access if they wish as you can save it as a collaborative Google Sheet. You can handpick the stakeholders to have access to it.

Get this Social Media Marketing Plan template today - click on the image below ⬇

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We are using this template in collaboration with our digital agency on a daily basis. It is been very effective for mapping out our Social Media Strategy and tracking our tactical executions” Oli 


  • Once you make the payment, you will be redirected to a page where you can find the link that takes you to the Google Docs where the template is located.
  • Making a copy is easy! Just go to File > Make a copy
  • Then, you are ready to use the Social Media Marketing Plan Template!
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social media marketing plan google sheets how-to-make a copy of the template


When purchasing your Social Media Strategy template, you will also receive the below great templates and guides:

✅ Social Media Strategy Presentation Template - On google slides ready for cross-team collaboration, you can also save it as a "Microsoft Powerpoint" presentation.

✅ "The best 4 Charts every social media manager should use" - Guide. Measuring and monitoring social media impact by simply looking at the growth of followers or reach is no longer enough to be successful as a social media manager. Whether you’re evaluating your social media investments or identifying areas of opportunity, understanding these four ways to visualize your social media data will give you a new level of insight:

  • Slope chart for growth of followers/ reach
  • Maps for global/ regional engagement
  • Scatter plot for reach vs. engagement
  • Boxplots to compare distribution by categories

+ ✅ "Brand Voice Guidelines". Keep all your content creators on the same page with well-documented brand voice guidelines.

social media marketing strategy presentation template

social media marketing strategy presentation template


  • ✅ FREE Social Media Management Software Request for Proposal  - 50 Questions you must ask your potential social media management software provider. Choosing a social media management solution can be tough, especially for larger organisations. You or your team may not know what different tools may offer or what functionality you even need. That's why the social media experts at eDigital rounded up over 50 popular questions to include in your Social Media Management Software Request for Proposal. The sections are broken out by different solution functionality, and you can delete any item that isn't a consideration for your organisation. You can also add lines for functionality not listed. Once you have decided what features and solutions your team needs, brand this document and send it to providers. If you have your own RFP template, just pull out all of the questions you thought were important and put them in your own document.
  • ✅ FREE Hashtag Holiday Calendar. Whether you’re raising awareness for World Mental Health Day or celebrating your inner foodie with National French Fry Day, there’s a national holiday to link your brand to. Pro marketers like you rely on hashtag holidays to get people to engage, share content, promote a cause or celebrate. However, with the vast number of hashtag holidays celebrated across the globe, it’s difficult to know which version of the hashtags are correct and the most used. Access now the most popular and accurate hashtag holidays for 2018. eDigital has cherry-picked a combination of generally celebrated, industry-specific and lesser-known hashtag holidays and compiled them into the social media marketing plan template for you.
  • ✅ FREE Live Streams Calendar section. Facebook live streams and Instagram live videos have taken the world by storm. Make the most of them by keeping a schedule of what live streams you plan to cast through the month.


  • Customer profiling tweak. Is your current social media strategy really taking care of your most profitable customer segment? Your most profitable customer segment tends to be that 20% of customers bringing 80 per cent or more of your revenue. How is your social media inspiring them to buy more quantity, more often, more premium or bring more of their friends?
  • Content tweak. Are you only sharing info that talks about you and your products services and engagement rates are low? You might want to try re-sharing real authentic customer stories using your products or services. We at eDigital, for example, have found success publishing micro-niche "ever-green" content that solves very specific digital marketing issues. Some of these content that does not necessarily sell any of our services is part of our top 20 most visited pages on our site. The benefit is that we believe is that as long as we are helping a marketer solve an issue is worth the investment, even if that means it is not a direct sale.
  • Channel time investment tweak. For some reason, your CEO says you need to be on all social media platforms so you go and open accounts in all of them to realise you do not really have the time it needs to really build an audience on each platform. With limited time, budget and human resources helping you with your social media strategy you will need to choose your top 1-2 platforms where you believe your most valuable customer segment is more open to hearing from you. Do not be afraid of de-activate a social media platform (keep the account just in case)  if that means you will have more time to post, respond and participate and build deeper relations on a specific platform. If you need advice on how to present the case to your CEO, please contact us.
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customers types marketing eDigital graph


  • Use last year’s data to inform this year’s strategy. Dive into last year’s social media analytics and figure out what worked and what fell flat. Look at the success (or failure) of the social media campaigns you launched, the activity and engagement on all of your platforms, and what type of content resonated with your audience the most. You can do this by conducting a social media audit. An audit keeps your finger on the pulse of your social media strategy to see what’s working and what’s not. Based on the previous year’s data reports, you might want to switch up the time of day you post, in order to reach more of your target audience and drum up more engagement. Or, you might want to focus on Facebook over Instagram because you’ve seen a more consistent return on investment (ROI) on one platform versus the other.
  • Consider current trends and how you might integrate them into your plan. Social moves quick and so it makes sense that you’d want to incorporate—or at least consider—the most up-to-date trends in the industry. Research trends—both recent and upcoming—then assess them against your business goals to determine if any of them are right for your brand’s strategy.
  • Craft your brand's visual story consistently across all social media platforms. Does it feel your social media profiles are from different businesses? If so, get this fixed immediately! This is the most important component of the social media strategy. You must define your visual branding, voice and tone. Are your messages conveying "value" to your most valuable customer segments? Keep an eye over what your competitors are communicating and be alert to approach opportunities.
  • Use growth hacking tactics to get build your social media audiences. What automated growth marketing software are you using that is helping you build your social media audiences? Contact us if you need professional advice in this regard.


  • Treating social media as business as usual. Promoting your services via social media requires creativity, reinvention and breaking rules. Because there are no gatekeepers, people are constantly pushing the limits and demanding more real-ness and more honesty. Businesses that treat social media as just another mass marketing channel will fail.
  • Your highly curated visuals are not getting "likes". Website visitors and social media users want to see visuals portraying real people enjoying products and/or services. Having the "style perfect" photo is not enough. You will need to dedicate more time to listen and track your customers content, pinpoint what's relevant to share with your community.
  • You run social media ads but no-one is really following up. Have you noticed companies that run social media ads but when you comment on these paid (boosted) posts there is no-one really responding? In this scenario, you will need to accommodate some social media budget into someone in your team who can respond to customers commentary.
  • Only publishing social media posts about your product and services. How many times do your potential and current customers need to know your product can help them solve a problem? In this scenario, your social media strategy is only trying to increase preference. Your social media strategy should also invest in the other parts of your customer purchase funnel: category awareness, comparison, trial, purchase, repeat purchase, loyalty, advocacy, better usage via education, community support.
customer purchase journey cycle eDigital

customer purchase journey cycle eDigital

Customer Purchase Journey - eDigital Sydney Australia

Customer Purchase Journey - eDigital Sydney Australia

  • The CEO does not really care about social media efforts. this can be common if your CEO is a baby boomer and did not grow up using social media. You need to ensure your social media objectives and linked to the overall marketing and sales objectives. This way any progress you make, it can be reflected on overall sales and marketing targets that your CEO can easily understand.


LinkedIn State of Sales Report 2017 (download PDF here) surveyed 2,000 B2B professionals about how they perceive technology is impacting sales. Top takeaways were:

  • Majority of people consider social media important to closing deals!
  • Social media should be about building your sales team as "trusted advisors".
  • Cold phone calls are less effective.

So, how can your sales team use their social tools to bring quality leads, nurture them and win new deals?

  • Social media should be your sales team go-to destination for learning about potential customers. Your sales team get "valuable insights" about prospective customers from social networks. Potential customers won't engage with people who don't know their business. That's where "e-stalking" comes in handy. Look closely at the other person's social media profiles, especially LinkedIn to see how they describe themselves. Note how they talk about their roles, past and present. Comb through their skills and endorsements to see what technologies they regularly use. Elsewhere, note what they tweet about, who they follow, and if they share information on smaller, industry-specific social networks.
  • Customers prefer to work with salespeople are active on social media. Buyers of your services or products might also be looking for "an informative LinkedIn profile about your sales rep" before they consider talking with anyone of your sales team. Your sales team social profiles are hugely important in helping them achieve their sales targets.
  • Get a hand helping them improve their social media profiles. There are always opportunities to improve their social media profiles. For example, your sales team should pack their LinkedIn job history with interesting details and accomplishments, and consider writing something in their summary to help people get to know them. Do not limit to LinkedIn but also check other social media platforms where potential customers might go to look for your sales team profiles. These might include Instagram, Facebook or specific industry networks. Some few appropriate personal details can humanise their profiles. I like to share some of my hobbies: jungle trekking, Spanish literature, Latin dancing, football, making it even easy for someone to approach me. No surprise I have clients interested in similar topics.
  • Buyers care more about trust than price. This is one of the most important aspects your social media strategy should help you build: Trust. Potential Buyers need to feel they can trust your sales team reps. Social media is a great way to build transparency and transparency to build trust. Your sales team should send "transparency" signals that potential buyers can trust them and see them as "trusted advisors". Transparency signals can include approximate costs and profit margins they make, quality and sourced providers, trial periods, certifications, industry rewards. According to the 2017 Linkedin State of Sales Report "trust " is the most important factor when choosing a new provider, 3 times far more important than the second in the list: price.
  • Buyers will contact a sales rep they remember - likely from social media content and/or e-newsletters your sales rep has shared -. Even if your sales team is sending emails with fantastic information and some potential customers do not open these emails, it is ok. We all have super busy schedules and most of the time we cannot read great info that hit our inboxes, that does not mean we are not interested, simply it is not a top priority. The great thing about social media combine with email follow-ups is that when a potential buyer is looking for products or services you offer, he will be more likely to contact the ones he remembers - likely from interesting social media posts and e-newsletters.


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  • Not sure whether your Social Media Marketing Plan is ready to be presented to your team?eDigital helps you draft and review your Social Media Marketing Plan. Contact eDigital today!
  • eDigital can also run workshops and training sessions for your team to ensure you have a sound Social Media Marketing Plan.


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