Frequently Asked Questions

What Can Word One Consulting Do For Your Business?

Simply put, Word One Consulting increases the number of your fans and followers on your social media platforms.

We put your brand, service and product in front of the people who want to do businesses with you.

We create a network of loyal customers that prefer to solicit you over any of your competitors.

We create a crowd of evangelists that have your name at the top of their mind, and are quick to refer you to their friends and family.

In short, we increase your business, sales and revenue.

Why Use Social Media For Your Business?

According to a recent survey (2011 survey of business owners by Social Media Examiner) business owners say that social media does the following for them.

Generated exposure for my business--88%

Increased traffic/subscribers--72%

Improved search rankings--62%

Resulted in new business partnerships--56%

Generated qualified leads--51%

Reduced overall marketing expenses--49%

Improved sales--43%

The results come at the cost of approaching social media marketing correctly. A well-intentioned but mistaken approach could actually harm your online presence. We make sure to approach social media marketing campaigns through measured research and proven strategies.

How Valuable are Fans and Followers in Real Terms?

Many small business owners are wary about using social media, and rightly question the results of spending money and time on social media marketing. They want to know what the real results will be.

The following are real results of social media marketing campaigns, according to different studies.

50% of small business owners reported gaining new customers through social media – most notably through Facebook and LinkedIn. (1)

51% of Facebook users and 64% of Twitter users are more likely to buy from the brands they follow.  (1)

Customers who are Facebook fans are worth an average of $136.00 more annually per person. (2)

Customers who are Facebook fans are 60% more likely to recommend friends and family. (2)

  1. Research published by Crowdspring, 2011.
  2. Research conducted and published by Syncapse, 2011.

What Social Media Channels Should You Use?

Okay, so maybe you’re convinced that social media is a tool for you to market your business, but are still confused as to which one to use. The following are the results of a survey of business owners (survey conducted by Social Media Examiner) which found that the following social media are more likely to increase your business’ revenue and results. Please keep in mind, though, that these are dependent on your business—what you sell, what service you provide, where you are located and who your customers are.








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