The Best & Challenges of Social Media For Business Owners

Social media has taken off so much in the last 10+ years. I remember getting Facebook in 2007 when I was a junior in high school. I tried to convince my sister, Kelsey, to get on Facebook in which she was hesitant because she had MySpace...

Remember MySpace?! I know my 15 year old niece wouldn't. I mean she thinks Facebook is for old(er) people!

*feeling the old coming on*

It really wasn't that long ago yet it seems like a decade ago...

Okay it was over a decade, but come on! I still think the 90's was 10 years ago!

Anyway... I'll get off my #bringbackthe90s platform here..

In any case, social media has become this amazing platform for everyone, especially businesses. It's a great way to build and create brand awareness. It's also great to engage with your audience, get to know them on a deeper level, and understand them. With information and products just fingertips away, it's an amazing way to reach a large audience. Check out Hubspot on their Instagram page and you will see that 2.4 billion people are on Facebook, 2 billion are on YouTube, and 1 billion are on Instagram.

That's crazy!

Of course there are challenges with social media for businesses, especially ones that are starting out or are small and don't have a team like some other bigger companies have to put out content. Spending a lot of time on content and campaigns is time consuming and can be overwhelming. Business owners have a lot on their plate as is and then to consistently and constantly put out content on social media is enough to just say "forget this!"

We get it.

There's just simply not enough time.

That's why Kelsey and I decided to start Kindred North Connection.

We see a need for businesses (big or small) to where they need someone to run their social media platforms.

That's where we come in.

Granted, we are just starting out in our business, but we have the tools, resources, creative mindset, and years of experience to help put you at ease so that you can focus on other aspects of your business.

So if you're wondering if we would be a good fit, contact us and we would be more than happy to have a conversation.

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