You’re probably asking why a blog for a BBQ seasoning company would be asking YOU where you get your social media from…
Here’s why. We ask ourselves, how we can do better? How can we get the word out about how great our product is? What is the best avenue to take when it comes to social media?
We have been involved in social media for a long time. (Twitter from the start, Facebook from the start, Google + right after they launched, Instagram (personally), and a few other well know sites.) But one of the things we’ve seen as we create new blends, cook, and photograph our fare for you all to see is the need for more pictures and video!
Let’s start with pictures. People love pictures and that’s where our next step will be. We have opened up a new Instagram account just for Above the Coals BBQ. Here is the link in case you would like to follow us, like, and comment on our pictures. ( www.instagram.com/abovethecoalsbbq ) We feel that the exposure (no pun intended) that pictures bring to current customers, potential customers, and their friends is invaluable. We are looking forward to showing you some of the things that we have done in the past, and going forward.
Do you engage in social media?
The answer isn’t that you are on Facebook and Twitter. but do you actually start or get involved in the conversations that interest you? What would give you the warm and fuzzy feeling to “Like and Share” something from Above the Coals? We love to be engaged with others when it comes to our brand and general conversations. I honestly think from the feedback that I get is that most people are getting an “overload” from social media because it’s the way most everything gets sold. The days of the brick and mortar are fading away to the Internet. Personally, I love both avenues to sell and promote our product. I hope you get a chance to answer some of these questions on our Facebook Page. I will be posting a link to this blog there and on Google +.
Pictures or video?
Are you more apt to engage when a picture is posted or a video? I have always leaned towards photography seeing where I love the art of taking a great picture (or so I try!), but still like the message that video can deliver. I’m looking forward to doing some more videos and opening up a new channel for them as well. Look for some additional videos on the “Video” tab here on the website in the coming days/months. Updates when they come out will be on all our social media spaces.
We love that we can promote on Instagram and I hope you can get involved with us over there! Take a look today for some great info on a sale that is happening now so that you can take advantage some savings!