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3 Ways To Boost Social Media Engagement |  September 16, 2023 (0 comments)


Merrick, NY -- On social media, engagement is the name of the game. Here are three ways you can easily boost your engagement if you haven't done these yet.


Collaborate With Micro-Influencers

Micro-influencers can make a massive difference in your campaigns’ effectiveness. That’s why I commonly recommend brands and stores using local micro influencers to drive engagement with your brand.

People trust the people they follow online. If a youtuber or local influencer recommends your product or store, people will notice and will engage with your brand. You can easily work with a micro-influencer with a loyal fanbase in the thousands. Plus, they’ll do the creative for you.


Run Polls & Post Questions to generate responses

Polls are great because people love to argue online. Rather than just a regular product post, you can ask questions with polls to get your viewers to interact with your post. This helps your page and post reach more people. It’s a chain reaction.


Create Multimedia Content

Video always drives more engagement than pictures. Your staff can use videos to show your audience how to solve their problem in an immediate, tangible way. The best part is, creating a video takes only a few minutes nowadays with the ease of cell phones. 

Post videos, infographics, or whatever valuable piece of content you can think of beyond just a photo of your product.


About The Author:

Mike Hauben is the Creative Director and Marketing Director for the Centurion Jewelry Show. He has over fifteen years experience and holds a number of digital certifications (Google, Yoast, Hubspot, and more). Mike has gained recognition among the jewelry industry in recent years as a popular keynote speaker, author, and trusted expert. He’s spoke at conferences like Centurion and JCK at the Javits Center.

He’s received an Award Of Excellence from MMA Business Magazine and is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He lives with his family in Atlantic Beach, NY.

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