3 Social Networks for Manufacturing Companies

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Need help gaining product exposure? Look no further, here are 3 social networks for your manufacturing company! 

Each of these will help you with product and brand exposure in their own way.  


Youtube is a great form of social media for manufacturing companies.  Once you have your account set up, you are able to upload videos, and start your journey towards product education!  Youtube is a very effective social network that allows you to connect with you buyers, and demonstrate how you products work.  

Your video options are endless.  You can participate in how-to videos, product feature videos as well as product introductory videos.  Your buyers are able to see first hand how your products work, and how they can further use them.  

This social network allows your buyers to view you - the maker of the products - and see how you recommend to use them.  Everyone loves learning things from the experts themselves! 



In today’s time, the majority of people are active on social media.  Whether it is an individual or a company, and this offers leverage for you, the manufacturing company.  

“Why?”, you may ask.  Well, that’s simple, with social media you are able to gain followers, thus leading your products to be more exposed.

A big part of being active on Facebook and Twitter aligns with brand promotion.  With each of these you’re able to place advertisements.  Specifically, with Facebook, you are able to determine your target audience, which will gain you more exposure.  Also, when one person likes your brand or product, it appears in THEIR followers timelines - which ultimately increases your exposure, as well! 



Linkedin, the more formal of all networks, allows you to connect with your buyers.  

Linkedin is a great way to establish business connections, whereas other networks focus more on leisure actions (which are perfect for promoting your products).  However, with Linkedin, you are also gaining insight on other companies, and their connections.

This is a great tool for networking with your industry, as well as your buyers - on a more professional standpoint.

Overall, I hope that you have gained knowledge in how social media can help your manufacturing company.  It allows you to demonstrate to and connect with your buyers and helps increase your brand promotion.  


Thank you for taking the time to read 3 Social Networks for Manufacturing Companies.  Be sure to check out Sociallyin’s other post on inbound marketing for manufacturing companies.  Also, don’t forget to share this article with your friends and colleagues.  New Call-to-action

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AuthorHillary Cox

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