Social Media Marketing Agency – Derby, UK

Is Social Media The Missing Marketing Link of Your Business?

At JDR, we understand the importance of social media to your business. Every time you turn around, there’s another business sending out tweets, posting on their Facebook page or sharing photos on Instagram. Also, while you may not see this a priority for your business, having a social media marketing strategy for your business has several benefits.

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Reach, Inform, Entertain

Social media is one of the most direct ways of reaching your customers, and it is also the quickest. Making it an excellent way to introduce yourself if you are a new venture. They can also be great places to create your company image if you have yet to develop one.

Social media sites serve two purposes for businesses; they allow them to not only give potential customers valuable information, but they can also help to entertain customers. A short and humorous video can go a long way to getting across your desired message. So if it is entertaining enough, customers will share with their friends, giving your business, even more exposure.

Why Work With JDR As Your Social Media Marketing Agency?

The benefits to using social media as part of your marketing strategy are numerous. Together, we can use social media to:

Build awareness

Attract and engage with new customers by sharing great content with them so they get to know, like and trust your business

Drive website traffic

Sharing our own content with your network will get people to your website, especially if they share it with their networks

Build your online reputation

Social media networks allow you to talk about the things that are of interest to you

Establish your expertise

you can use your social media channels to discuss subjects that are relevant to your business, making you the expert.

What Does Your Business Get From Social Media Marketing?

Social media can help your business to accomplish many things at once. The multi-tasking powers of social media can be used to:


sign up to the Twitter feed or Facebook page of your competition, and always stay one step ahead

Improve customer service

customers can post their questions and concerns on your pages, and you can respond directly

Find out what customers want

Asking them questions can get you golden nuggets of information about the kinds of products your customers want.

Work with JDR as your social media marketing partner:

If you’re ready to explore the multitude of benefits that social media can bring to your business, our team of experts is ready to assist you. Contact us at 01332 343281 or check out the other ways that you can get in touch by visiting our contact page.

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