How Social Media Increases Brand Awareness?

Updated: Aug 26, 2020



Social media has evolved into one of the most powerful marketing tools for brand promotion. Since most of your customers and users are already there, on social media platforms, social media marketing can increase the reach of your brand substantially.

In this hyper-competitive world, each company is doing its best to grab eyeballs by using innovative marketing techniques. So, in such a scenario what differentiates your business from your rival’s is the approach that you take to promote your brand. Your approach should enable you to reach your business goals and, in this case, that goal could be increased brand awareness and reach.

Here are some of the ways in which businesses can achieve this goal:

  1. There are multiple social media platforms through which one can reach their target audience. However, selecting the right platform to promote a brand is extremely important to achieve the desired goal. For example, LinkedIn is better suited for professional updates. When it comes to brand awareness through social media, reaching a greater number of people may not always yield desired results. What matters is if you can reach the right kind of audience. It is, therefore, necessary to pick and choose the right platform to convey your brand messaging.

2. Once you can reach out to the right kind of audience, the next part is figuring out

what to communicate. What is the message that you want to convey? Quality of content and authenticity of the message go a long way in grabbing attention. If the content is effective and resonates with the audience, the probability of your audience responding to your message gets higher.

3. After figuring out what to convey, the next step is to decide the frequency of your brand communication. You need to decide the regularity which your content will

be posted. There are multiple views around it. Some practitioners believe that you should not bombard users with too many posts. Others cite the way algorithms have changed for social media platforms. It is now user-driven. So, unless you post very frequently, your intended users may not get to see your posts. No matter what frequency you choose, you must stick to it.

4. Partnering with an influencer can greatly influence your brand’s reputation online. Collaborating with a social media influencer may be a good way to reach out to a larger audience easily. Frequent interaction with customers can allow you to have deeper insights into their choices. Instead of using fact-based content, use emotional elements to showcase what your brand truly represents. Besides, by conducting surveys and polls you can gather information about the likes and dislikes of your target audience.


Social media can prove to be highly effective in building a brand and in raising brand awareness.


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