Tag: client appreciation

#SociallyKind – Being Socially Kind to Your Clients & Customers

When you think about showing kindness to your clients what comes to mind? Do you think of how you interact with them in person or over the phone? Probably. But did it occur to you to consider how you communicate over social media?

There’s a good chance that most of the interactions you have with your clients and customers are now through platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. If you aren’t showing kindness through your social media, then you are losing a great opportunity to strengthen and build relationships while putting your best face forward.

As you develop and execute your social media strategy, keep these top 5 tips in mind for being socially kind to your clients.

5 Ways to be Socially Kind to your Clients:

Be Responsive – When your clients contact you over social media, they expect to get an answer promptly. If you don’t reply or you are slow to get back to them, they’ll stop checking in. From there it’s just a step away from losing their business.

Be Consistent – Your engagement with clients over social media should be in alignment with what you say on other channels. If, for example, you give an answer on your website or over the phone, it should be the same as what you offer on social media. Not only should your replies be consistent, but your branding and other messages should also be the same across platforms.

Be Grateful – Social media is the perfect place to let your clients know how much you appreciate what they do for you. A simple thank you will go a long way.

Be Generous – Help your clients expand their community by introducing them to your followers, sharing information about their products, and engaging with the content they publish on their social media. Where appropriate, send them referrals.

Be Positive – One of the kindest things you can do for anyone who engages with you is to be positive. Remember to take a moment before posting to determine if the content is true, if it is useful, if it sets a good example, and if it does no harm. Unless it passes all those criteria, don’t post it. 

Being kind to your clients on social media does not have to be difficult. It may take a few seconds to make sure that whatever you are posting passes the kindness test but it will be worth it in the long run. Not only will you feel good about your content, but your clients will feel good about it, too.

Be sure to Follow us and Let’s Engage!

Hollie Clere of The Social Media Advisor is a “#BeAwesome” Developer, Social Media, Brand Builder, Content Manager, Trainer and Author in LinkedInFacebookTwitterBlogGoogle+YouTubePinterestInstagram, and the tools to manage them.

Click here for Social Media TrainingSpeaking and Strategy Consultations.

#KindnessIsAwesome – Loving Your Clients on Social Media


We all know the power of social media for getting new customers and building a community. After all, the purpose of spending all those dollars and hours is to create engagement. And when social media works, it’s magic. Those positive reviews and comments make us feel great and make it all worth it.

If getting feedback on social media makes us feel good and helps our business, then it’s a pretty good bet that it can do the same for our clients. If you are looking for a way to how your clients a little extra love, then social media is the perfect place.

8 Ways to Love Your Clients on Social Media:

1) Say Thank You: Showing appreciation goes a long way and doesn’t cost you a thing. Thanking your client will make both you and your client feel good.

2) Celebrate Them: When your client or one of their representatives does something noteworthy, mention it on your social media. Pro Tip: Be sure to follow your customers on social media if you aren’t already.

3) Write a Review or Testimonial: If you know and use your client’s product or service and you appreciate it, talk about it. If you are comfortable and it is appropriate, leave a review on their social media profiles or share a testimonial on your own pages.

4) Share Their Content: If your clients have content that makes sense to share on your pages, then you should spread the word! Take a look at what they have, ask if it’s ok for you to post. Always be sure to give credit and/or tag when you’re sharing their content. If they have posted the content to their own social media pages, then sharing, liking with a comment, or retweeting will probably do the trick.

5) Support Their Events: When your clients hold events, share the information with your own social media community. To show real support, attend the event and post a photo with a tag.

6) Feature Them: A great way to recognize the accomplishments of your clients is to feature them in a post with a company or personnel profile. These type of posts can help your social media community get to know both you and your client better.

7) Reward Them: We all like to be rewarded. Special offers or exclusive promotions can make your clients feel special and appreciated.

8) Collaborate: Inviting a client to write a guest blog or offering to provide them with a post or blog article is a great way to connect with your clients.

Loving your clients on social media will reap big rewards. It can help strengthen relationships, improve job satisfaction, and help the bottom line. It doesn’t cost must and it’s simply a nice thing to do.

Be sure to Follow us and Let’s Engage!
Hollie Clere of The Social Media Advisor is a “#BeAwesome” Developer, Social Media, Brand Builder, Content Manager, Trainer and Author in LinkedInFacebookTwitterBlogGoogle+,YouTubePinterestInstagram and the tools to manage them.




Learn how to use social media to grow your business online with our video series!

  • Learn the fundamentals of social media
  • Learn how to build better brand engagement
  • Learn how to enhance your visitors' experience
  • Learn how to grow your business using social media strategies.

If you want someone to break down aspects of social media to get more clients and build your business using social media, this is the program for you.


©2018 Clere Communications / The Social Media Advisor