Social media is a great way to promote your small business. Using social media products like window clings and stickers to promote your small business is even better. I know that a small business gets the whole social media thing when I walk into their’ brick and mortar’ and I see displayed on their main front door a decal that says “LIKE US On Facebook” or “Follow Us On Twitter” or a table tent that reads “Review Us On Google+.”
The folks over at www.followmesticker.com have some social media products that you can purchase to let your customers know to follow, like or review you on your social media platforms.
FollowMeSticker.com saves local business owners like you time by making it easy to get your own “custom” sticker. By custom they mean that it has your brands Social Media Username or Profile Page location on the stickers. This way customers know where to look online to find your Social Profiles.
But why should your local business get Social Network Stickers… or understand what Twitter and Facebook and Google+ and all that mean? Why bother with Social Networks? Well… all you have to understand is that there are large audiences who utilize Facebook, Twitter, and similar Social Networks. In fact, people spend more time on Facebook than they do searching and surfing online. When people start talking about your business on these networks, that is digital word-of-mouth. If you know and understand the importance of word-of-mouth, then you can understand the importance of working to increase buzz both online and off!
All of the sticker materials developed over at FollowMeSitcker.com are made in the US of A, printed with your custom username, hand trimmed, and shipped to your door.
They have one thing that I have never seen anywhere else …. some of their stickers have NFC, short for Near Field Communication, is a short range wireless RFID technology that makes use of interacting electromagnetic radio fields instead of the typical direct radio transmissions used by technologies such as Bluetooth. It is meant for applications where a physical touch, or close to it, is required in order to maintain security chips built right into the stickers or decals. What this means is that if someone in your store has an NFC mobile device that they can hold their device up to the sticker and connect their device to your social media profile (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, etc.) Is that cool or what?
Head on over to www.followmesitcker.com and checkout what they have to offer your small business social media marketing strategy – sticker style.