Did you know you can support Australian small business without buying anything? With the current situation the world is seeing, local business owners are struggling to keep afloat. Restaurants, pubs, clubs, travel and tourism will struggle over the coming weeks and months with closures and limited staff.
Did you know a simple like, follow, comment and share will help Australian business? Here are some social media tips so you can help your local small business stay afloat in these uncertain times.
Visit Small Business Website, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter page
- Like, Comment or Follow on a Post.
- Tag a friend, repost or share.
- Shout them out on Social Media or tell your friends
- Refrain from negativity and post some positive comments.
Even small interactions with your local business social media sites will help the business to reach a broader audience, get their message out and help with their adverting and marketing. Many social media sites will limit newsfeed audience and audience exposure on timelines depending on interactions. The more interactions and customer engagement will lead to an increase in audience reach for the business.
Social Media and engagement can help local communities thrive in uncertain times. If you have time, please visit your local Facebook groups and share business links. Tweet about your positive experiences and take photos on Instagram sharing your awesome pictures within your community. If you’re not into Social Media, please send emails of encouragement or positive feedback to your local community to help keep them going in tough times.
Support Your Local Community
Remember, when you support local businesses, you’re supporting a dream. (A local dream that has been providing services to your local community.)
If you require help in ICT services, free advice or consultation, please don’t hesitate in contacting us. We are open 24/7. All our IT services will be running as per the normal schedule and we have added further bandwidth, video conferencing and IP services for corporate and local clients.
Thanks for your support, stay safe.