How's your business first impression online?
Are you aware you often have more than one avenue for a first impression online?
Often we think of a company website as the first impression online, and rightfully so. However, in today's social media day, a first impression a potential customer may have with your business may be through your employees activity on social media! Are you thinking about that?
Digital first impressions is the topic today in this Halftime Mike interview with Jeff Korhan.
Jeff Korhan is the bestselling author of Built-In Social: Essential Social Marketing Practices for Every Small Business, host of This Old New Business podcast, and a primary contributor to Social Media Guide for Floral Retailers and Wholesalers, Paid to Speak, and Speak More!
Korhan founded a landscape services company that was twice named Small Business of the Year during its two decades of operation. Jeff now helps mainstream businesses use media to create exceptional customer experiences that drive business growth in a digital, social and global business environment. He is a trainer and coach for small businesses, and a keynote speaker for the associations and member organizations that support them.
Business Process - Your Digital First Impressions….Yes, “Impressions” is plural for a reason! Businesses can have more than one way of having or making a first impression online today. Businesses need to put their best trained talent out front. It is about your website and digital media as a front line on the web but it’s also about your PEOPLE being a front line! With the integration of social media into the everyday web interaction of people online, your front line PEOPLE may be the first live impression of your business that someone encounters.
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All this and more as we dive into buyer personas for businesses!
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