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What Not To Do On Social Media

May 2, 2023

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Social media is an essential part of any beauty clinic’s marketing strategy. However, it’s important to remember that your social media presence can make or break your business; therefore, it’s crucial to remember that what you post on social media reflects your clinic’s values, professionalism, and brand image.
Here are some common mistakes that you should avoid on your social profiles:

Posting unprofessional or inappropriate content

Being authentic is important, but so is knowing the line between realism and unprofessionalism. Avoid posting anything that could be considered offensive, discriminatory, or inappropriate. You should also avoid sharing opinions on controversial topics that could alienate your followers.
Examples include jokes about ‘that’ client, opinions on political parties, or overly personal information that could be seen as oversharing.

Ignoring negative feedback

Social media is a platform where customers can share their feedback and reviews of your services. You should always respond to negative comments and feedback professionally and respectfully. Ignoring negative feedback can make your clinic look unresponsive and unprofessional.
In fact, many clinics have built their reputation and client base by responding with empathy and understanding to genuine complaints. Don’t be defensive; the client feels they have been wronged somehow. Instead, find out what happened and do your best to rectify it.

Overposting

Posting too often can be overwhelming for your followers and can also make your clinic look spammy. Instead, aim for a consistent posting schedule, such as once or twice a week. Quality almost always trumps quantity when it comes to social media, so spend time ensuring your posts are high-quality and engaging.

Failing to engage with followers

Social media should be a two-way conversation. Engaging with your followers by responding to comments and messages can help build a strong relationship with your audience and improve your clinic’s reputation. We all get bookings through Instagram, so the more conversations you can be having online the more bookings you can expect.

Misusing hashtags

Hashtags are a powerful tool for reaching a wider audience on social media. However, using irrelevant or excessive hashtags can make your posts look unprofessional and spammy. Make sure to research and use relevant hashtags that are popular among your target audience. Also, stay up to date with hashtag best practices. What was true last year may not be true today.

Posting low-quality images

The purpose of your social profiles is to showcase the quality of your services. Posting low-quality photos can make your clinic look unprofessional and unappealing. Invest time and/or money to create high-quality images that tell a compelling story that appeals specifically to your ideal client.

Social media can be a powerful marketing tool for beauty clinics, but it’s important to use it wisely. By avoiding these common mistakes, you can build a strong social media presence and improve your clinic’s reputation online.

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