The first and most important thing on social media is to really understand your audience, so you can target effectively and optimize your spend. Where do your customers live, what do they do for work, where do they spend their personal time, which magazines do they read, what age groups are they, etc.
I’d also recommend that you draw up a 2×2 matrix to define your unique selling proposition (USP) relative to your competitors. What do you do that is different to everyone else in the market – what is your secret sauce? If you plot this on a two by two matrix based on how your customers view your market segment, you’ll be able to find your position and differentiate yourselves from everyone else. By way of an example price and value as axes is a really easy 2×2 matrix, but in your market, there is likely something more specific to your services that you can substitute – eg your service quality, breadth of offering etc.
Use this USP to shape your brand strategy, and from there create a content strategy that is aligned to your audience needs (which you defined in step 1 above). You can then translate this into your social media strategy across the different social networks on which your clients are most active.
Defining/Understanding your USP:
Brand Strategy resources:
Here are some social resources:
How to Create a Social Media Posting Schedule (Free Template and Tools)
How to Create a Social Media Content Calendar: Tips and Templates
Facebook Marketing Tips
The Beginner’s Guide to Facebook Analytics
How to Use Google My Business to Get More Customers
I hope this helps~