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Real marketers cannot ignore the effect of Social Media Marketing for Start-ups


Social media is now like our daily newspaper. In fact, it has replaced the daily newspapers. News on politics, business, entertainment, sports, or any other sector is available right in front of us on our phones or laptops. The importance of social media in today’s life is immense and undeniable.


Apart from everything else, social media play an important role in promoting and building up a start-up. Does not matter if you are a blogger or a fashion model or a business start-up, with the help of social media, you can soar up to the sky.

It is a research-proven fact that entrepreneurs who adopt a social media strategy that empowers social media to provide a significant benefit to their start-ups in several ways. For this, first, the company needs to chalk out a well-defined a strategy that will help them in promoting and gaining an audience for their products and services. Instagram and Facebook are leading marketing platforms. A company can advertise its relevant products and services on these platforms to gain acceptance in society. It will also help the company to understand whether they are getting the required attention from the audience or not. This effective strategy is not only going to help them gain popularity but also give them an idea about moving ahead with it or modifying it or backing off from it.

The reach of the audience depends on the type of advertising and social platform used. The company needs to target its audience properly and understand their likes and desires about it. It is the most important for any start-up to do social media marketing in today’s world. Everyone has habituated with the media platforms and it is one of the best ways to attract the mass towards your company.

A the start-up company is a company that needs the most attention of the public. No entrepreneur can risk its product and service by directly launching it in the market. It is a research-oriented proven statement that most of the start-ups fail in the long run because they did not market their offerings well. It lacked an understanding of the mass and the competitors as well.


Social media does not only help the company to target its selected audience, but also helps to get an edge over the competitors already prevailing in the market. It is known to all, that social media is a public platform where people are free to judge and put their opinions. A newly built company can get a grip over their competitor’s offering and the reactions of the public to it. A real entrepreneur would study the prevailing market conditions by judging the audience online.

More than any other thing, social media helps to spread any word like wildfire. The word of a new company emerging and providing attractive offerings will spread and create brand awareness, even before it is been launched in the markets. Some companies struggle to create brand awareness whereas some newly built companies can soar up with the help of social media on this ground.



The plus point of social media marketing for a start-up is that it helps build a relationship with its target audience way before it is holding a grip in the market place. This customer-company rapport is an essential factor in any business. As said, ‘customer is the king of any business.’ It does not matter where your target audience lies. Your set of customers can be in Himachal and you could be sitting in Delhi and expand your empire.

Since start-ups require capital in building up its empire, social media marketing is cost-effective. It does not require money to put up a story or a status in your Instagram and Facebook walls. This low-cost advertising is helpful for the company to grow because, after all, social media is popular!

So, do not just sit on the sidelines of social media. Start planning on how to viral your products and services in the market, just sitting at home! Always remember, if the customer is the king of any business, then social media are their kingdom.

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