Want to build a digital culture? Here’s how to get started

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They plan trips. They book concert tickets. They buy skincare products. They even identify their own illness symptoms. More and more people across the globe use digital media as a life tool.

The internet has become a space where information is so freely available that everything which could be said has already been published. So how can your brand be recognised in a pool of businesses selling the same products or services?

The internet has become a space where information is so freely available it seems that everything that could be said has already been published. So how can your brand stand out in a pool of businesses selling the same products or services?

Brand identity.

People are drawn to others who share similar beliefs. In an age where we’re faced with actually having too many options, how do you set yourself apart? How do you make sure that your brand is trusted and admired enough to get your products or services sold?
Here’s how.

Five tips to help you develop a strong digital culture:

1. Establish your digital identity

Some companies make the mistake of sending stiff, formal messages to their clients online in the hope that they will be perceived as professional. Actually, those impersonal messages disconnect consumers further from brands.
Chat to your client online as you would on the telephone, or in-store. This will help you build a long-term relationship and develop a loyal client base.

2. Develop a consistent online presence

Your company’s offline presence should reflect your online presence by making sure that you engage with consumers in the same way you do offline. Keep a standard brand tone and style and you’ll maintain and strengthen your digital culture.

3. Choose your platform wisely

Every social network or content hub may not suit your brand. Opt for a platform that is most used by your target market and one that’s a great fit for your brand.

4. Plan your content

If you’re going to be online – be active, never dormant, because that’s worse than no presence at all. Be consistent in engaging with your community – it will get your brand better brand credibility. Planning your posts in advance is a great way to make sure that you don’t run out of content.

5. Be open to change

Building a digital culture can be daunting but as social networks advance their communication software, you’ll have to adapt with it or get left behind. So why not hire a digital expert or outsource content from a digital agency like Honeykome?

Do you need help developing your brand’s digital culture? Assisting brands grow massive, engaging communities is what we do at Honeykome. Chat to us at hello@honeykome.com