It’s not much more than a glimpse of social media joy.


We love the products that bring such moments to consumers (as customers of some of these brands, we really love when it happens to us). And we aim to deliver pleasure on a regular basis when we interact with Buffer customers online, too.


Social media participation tends to be a slam dunk technique. Everyone’s expected to do it, right? But it certainly comes with blind spots and questions.


Are you supposed to be answering everyone?


How can you make sure that you capture all of your references?


What are the best ways to react quickly?

In this article, we’re working through some of the explanations why engaging in interaction makes business sense, and we’re going to touch on practical strategies and workflows to learn Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter communication.


One of the best and simplest ways to set yourself apart on social media is simply to answer. When you satisfy all of your clients, all the time, with a positive and pleasant response, you’re very ahead of the curve.


That’s right, all it takes is to engage with the people who want to get in contact with you. You’ve probably heard this situation before: 88% of companies don’t respond to messages that need to be replied. Really! Really! You can be 12% of the elite, simply by engaging. 


We’d love to give you some advice on how to do that.


Before we get into details on the significant social networks for tools and workflows, let’s begin by explaining a few of the benefits and the “why” for social media engagement.


We’re trying to help you get there. Here is another guide to all things customer support and social media with dozens of tips that you can put in place today and start delighting your clients.


1. Social media participation is public


You will automatically reinforce the sound and style of your company through social media engagement, and you will have your front-and-centre conversations before a broader audience. 


(DMs excluded.) Please consider some of the intimate experiences that you have with your clients, such as conventional customer care networks such as private email exchanges,1-to-1. But those connections can be public through social channels like Twitter — at least to start. In Instagram comments or Facebook ratings, the same goes with interacting with your viewers.


In other channels, like email and live chat, you are already wow-ing your audience.


Through social media, everyone is conscious of the awesomeness you are providing. 


Those amazing interactions with the audience that create strong word of mouth marketing for you are now amplified to a much larger public.


Existing and potential customers get to see first hand that your products or services are receptive and actively supported.


2. Engagement in social media is fast and focused


You can deliver delight very quickly and in a focused manner, chatting with your audience about specific topics and campaigns or helping solve the particular problems they face. 


Everything amazing occurs with an emphasis on the quick’ n sweet: 


  • The entrance threshold for your audience drops dramatically. 
  • got an easy way to talk to you, anytime. 
  • Focused and detailed topics ensure you can respond more easily and interact more deeply.
  • We enjoy plunging into a messaging exchange in a Twitter thread with our audience members or helping answer questions in a DM Because one big factor that impacts the bottom line— Quick answers are related to happy consumers, which is equivalent to more ROI.
  • Research shows faster responses to the brands actually generate revenue.


3. Where your customers are, is social media. By being reactive on social media you will reach a huge degree of interaction. 


A vast majority of our viewers at Leadscribe invest the whole day on social media. It is where they are, and where it always makes the most sense to reach out and get in contact with them. 


We have more than 1,000 Social Media exchanges a week!


We assume that a large volume of social interactions would happen for you as well. People spend about four hours a day on average watching on-screen media. And on smartphones and apps, a growing percentage of that viewing happens.


On screens, that is a lot of eyeballs. 


Social media channels provide an easy outlet for clients to switch from browsing to chatting at the notice of a moment. These chats are increasingly pointing to social brands where customers are beginning to expect quick answers to their problems and authentic engagement with their conversations.


Using a social media engagement tool is one of the best ways we’ve found to make sure you catch all of those conversations.


Making the most out of Facebook & Instagram interaction


The world’s biggest social networks exist under the roof of Facebook, and companies that make great use of their Fb page and Ig profile will create amazing experiences for their viewers.


It all begins with setting properly. Let’s get off to Instagram.


1. Fill the entire details regarding your contact information 


You want to show people that you’re committed to being socially there for them, and one way to do that is to spend time creating a complete profile. It involves the usual parts such as image and definition of the profiles. By the way, if you scroll back to our podcast files, we did a whole segment on the Instagram profiles only a few weeks ago.


But beyond these basics, we also strongly recommend that you fill out the finer details such as category, location and contact information.


But beyond these basics, we also strongly recommend that you fill out the finer details such as category, location and contact information. It tells the followers that you’re prepared to engage with them in the same way that works better with them— be it through a DM, a Story response, an email or an in-person answer.


2. Take full advantage of social engagement features 


The other big recommendation we want to offer is to use some of the new features all networks are introducing to promote interactions in both Instagram and Facebook. Recently, there have been lots of good reports. You may have learned about Threads, Instagram’s latest independent 1:1 communication program. Exactly how brands may use this tool remains to be seen, but it is worth looking at it.


What’s even more immediately obvious is the way Facebook hopes to bring its corporate messaging into a centralized inbox. You may currently operate Messenger and Instagram DMs via your Facebook Page, and Facebook has added even more interface just this past week, such as the capacity to: Contribute tags to contacts, such as’ VIP’ and’ New Customer’ Using saved answers to streamline answers to common questions and Setting up instant replies and e-mails that you can schedule to be sent to different locations. At the moment, you can only access these via a mobile app.


Making the most out of Facebook engagement


Twitter is particularly efficient customer service and feedback platform that can be replicated much more quickly than a conventional phone or email help networks. It’s fast and efficient for your clients, and it’s quick and efficient for your social media team.


As with Instagram and Facebook, it helps set up the profile entirely. Primarily for Twitter, adding support hours to your Twitter account profile makes it extremely easy to also include your support hrs explicitly on your Twitter profile. It helps to set the main consumer response time standards.


One of our small tweaks on Twitter is that it is possible to send you a direct message. You will minimize friction by allowing anyone to give you a private Direct Message as opposed to a normal flow where you and your customer need to follow each other in order to DM. It would motivate more discussion with your crowd.


Universal recommendations on communication with social media 


1. Add signatures from the team to your responses 


Although it’s just a person or two who answer social questions, signatures are a great way to make the experience of your customers so much more personal. It can even contribute to strengthening a sense of continuity.

If you are using social media support tools like Buffer Response, you can apply it manually to every tweet, or this will automatically be applied. 


We also noted that conventional methods include placing first names and addresses next to stuff like the hyphens or the carats if you are not sure what to use for a signature.


2. Using social media inbox 


Well, sometimes we have already cited resources like Buffer Response, and for a good reason: it is very necessary to catch all your company connections for social media tracking. Resources including Respond from third parties will improve this. 


Ideally, you want all @mentions ‘ direct messages with social media surveillance-of course, but always if your company is socially referenced, you can make sure that you capture everything and respond to every conversation you need by placing the filters and searches on these toolboxes.



That’s all for now. Feel free to get in touch with us for any thoughts, ideas, or feedback.