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Corporate Language in Social Media Management

Updated: Nov 6, 2021

One of the most important elements during social media management is corporate language. Because the language you use when communicating with customers is often more prominent than your products. I would like to convey the part of how to determine the corporate language in social media management with this article.


Before determining the language of your brand in social media management, you need to do research. You should know which language your brand is addressing in social media. You should speak the way your target audience speaks. The corporate language you set for social media management should be effective and memorable. You should analyze your followers or users correctly.


How can you best convey your brand or business to your potential followers and attract their attention? What messages do you want to give and how should you deliver them? After you find the answers to these and similar questions, the language you will use will begin to form by itself. We should not overlook that social media management is not an easy task. You should make successful analyzes and understand the data obtained because of these analyzes. The important thing is not to open social media accounts, but how much importance you give to the accounts and what kind of content you create.


The main purpose of using social media is to “communicate” with the masses. One of the things that distinguishes social media from traditional methods is that it enables mutual communication. If you cannot have mutual communication with customers, there is no point in being on social media. That's why social media management is so valuable. For this reason, it is of great importance that your mutual communication is in the language of the customer. If you can talk to the customer in the customer's language, they will see themselves as close to you. Thus, it will be effective for your potential customers as well. In addition, the closer your customers feel to you, the more they will inform you of their complaints or requests privately.


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Corporate Language in Social Media Management


I recommend that the language you use on social media be simple and understandable. The tone of your language should be such that it will not be misunderstood by any segment. You should not use language as if you are gifting the services and products you provide to your customers, for example. The language you will determine should contain the simplest and plainest words possible and completely comply with the rules of spelling.



Another issue in social media management is which social media you will be on. Turkey is one of the countries with the highest use of social media. In Turkey, where social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are used intensively, Facebook is the leader in Turkey, as in the rest of the world. Here you have to decide which channel or media you should be in. Which is or are the right social media for your brand? Do you need to be on all social media?


If we look at these with examples; For example, if you have products or services that will attract the attention of Generation Z, having an account on Facebook may not bring you high returns. On the other hand, if you are doing a visual business and you want your customers to see these designs and content, having a Twitter account may not bring the return you expect. This is exactly why working with professional agencies on social media management will add value to you. You should look at the experiences and achievements of the agency you will choose. For Anfora Creative, click: Success Stories


Social media management is a big job. Ideal returns will not come unless you correctly determine the corporate language while managing social media. Since it's a long road, I recommend that you detail your research as much as possible.


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