347: How to Grow Your Instagram and Tik Tok Brand Pages in 2023

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347: How to Grow Your Instagram and Tik Tok Brand Pages in 2023

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In 2023, building a social media presence is essential to growth in your business. Whether you’re side hustling or a full-time entrepreneur, in this episode I’m giving you 5 tips to growing your Instagram and TikTok brand pages, including: 

  • How and why you should build a target audience 
  • Why you should try out different kinds of content to see what works best
  • Why you should invest in paid advertising 

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The Hustle daily show hosted by Zachary Crockett Jacob Cohen, Rob litoris and Juliette Bennett. RYLA is brought to you by the HubSpot Podcast Network, which is also the home of the side hustle pro podcast. It's audio destination for business professionals. And the hustle Daily Show brings you a daily dose of irreverent, offbeat and informative takes on business and tech news. I love it because I can get up to speed on everything going on in business and tech in under 20 minutes. Just the other day I listened to their episode called Islam and ate the next tick tock. I had no idea that the parent company for Tiktok was rolling out a brand new app. And this episode got me together with all of the info and it can do the same for you. So listen to the hustle Daily Show wherever you get your podcast. You're listening to side hustle Pro, the podcast that teaches you to build and grow your side hustle from passion project to profitable business. And I'm your host Nicaila Matthews Okome. So let's get started.

Hey, friends, Hey, it's Nicaila Welcome. Welcome back to today's episode. So we are back with the second lesson of the site has pro boot camp, we kick this off with episode 346. And in that episode, we talked about how you know q1, it went however it went the first three months of the year, it's done, it's time to check in on Okay, what did we want to get accomplished that we didn't get accomplished? What are the mental blocks that are keeping us from growing our side hustles. And for me, I know what mental blocks I always come up against. I know the mental blocks that my friends and family reached out to me. So that's why I've decided to address that in this series for April. So I'll be sharing each and every week, a different strategy to help you grow your side hustle business online in 2023. So by the way, make sure that you head over to sidehustlepro.co/start here to grab your free side hustle, guys. So this is a 15 page download that I've put together for you guys to understand how to get your side hustle up and running. So if you haven't even gotten off the ground yet, or even if you have, this is a great guide blueprint for you to have. So make sure you get it, it's free. It's over at side hustle pro.co/start here. Alright, so let's get into the topic for today. And today's topic is how to grow your Instagram and Tiktok brand pages in 2023. Now, like I shared last time, if you're watching this over here on YouTube, you might see me glanced at my screen a lot. And that's because I have copious notes. And I even have a slide presentation that I'm going to be referring back to because I really want to make sure that I hit certain things specifically on the head. Alright, so like I said, today's episode is focused on how to grow your Instagram and Tiktok brand pages in 2023. It is primarily Instagram focus, because that is primarily where I spend my time and also where you can still gain a ton of business growth business audience and it is a very impactful channel for this. Now Tik Tok is a place where I am still growing and exploring. But I did some experimentation throughout the months of February, March. And I was able to quickly grow like my Nicaila TV account and my sales pro account. But I did say I was a pro, like end of 2022. But quickly grow them to like 15k and 25k followers. And I want to share the tips that you know you can use as well, because it's not rocket science. And you know, with these platforms, vanity metrics like this really do matter. And bringing in your audience. So if you're really trying to get your business off the ground, and you want to know how to do this in a way that is proven strategic, and you're getting real audience and not just you know, some spammy audience, then listen in, stay tuned, let's get into it. All right.

So, tip number one, understand your target audience. This is the baseline key for growing any brand page that you have. Again, we're focusing on Instagram and Tiktok. But this is the baseline must have blueprint for growing any social media brand page that you have is you need to understand your target audience. So I did a previous presentation on this in the cycles of boot camp. So let me just quickly break down a bit more about target audience. Because there's a difference between your target audience even and your ideal client or customer. So I want to make sure you understand this. So everyone has a target audience, right? Every business and service has a target audience. What is the target audience though? What does that actually mean? I like this definition from brafton.com. So I'm showing you here, a target audience is a group of consumers within a predefined target market that has been identified as the best recipients for a particular marketing message. So, a target audience is still kind of why, because a target audience is just a general group, it is who you've identified within a predefined target market, that are going to be the best recipients of that group of that larger audience, right. And a target audience, it can be business to business, if you have a service, that's business to business, the businesses you want to target is your target audience, or a target audience can be business to consumer, which is the customer or the client you want to attract. And here's why knowing your target audience matters. Because in order to create effective marketing campaigns with convincing messaging, aka convincing words on the screen that are going to compel people to stop scrolling, and listen to what you have to say, or read what you have to say, you have to know who you're talking to. So that's why defining your target audience is the first step to marketing your side hustle, it's the first step to growing your brand pages on these social media platforms. Because once you know who your target audience is, you can then hone in even further and identify your ideal client. So your ideal client you can think of as a fictional character that represents someone in your target audience. When you know your ideal client, you can solve their problems. And here is why honing in on this fictional character is so important. You have to be talking to a specific person. Alright, so a lot of times, businesses start out and they're like, I have a few different profiles and larger businesses do this, right. They have what's called buyer personas. You see this a lot with consumer packaged goods, companies, or any company like a Nike will say we have this person who's into Nike women, this person who's into Nike golf, but you notice, as they expand the business, they're able to expand their marketing. When you're first starting out, it does you a disservice to try to focus on multiple buyer personas, aka multiple ideal clients. You're just not at that scale yet. It's okay because what's going to happen is when you start out talking to that first person, multiple people that fit that persona are going to start to stop and pay attention to your brand. So for Saito sopro I have an ideal listener for side hustle Pro, and her name is Janelle. She is a 28 year old black woman living in Harlem. She's a marketer at American Express by day, building her side hustle by night, which happens to be a shea butter line. And I have a whole extensive multiple paragraph profile of Janelle, you've probably heard me talk about her before. If you have any of my programs, podcast moguls master the gram. You've heard about Janelle, and anytime I am stuck, anytime I'm thinking through what I want to say I'm thinking of Janelle because if I tried to think of every single person who listens to side hustle Pro, and all of the nuanced things that you like, and you're doing, and the nuanced things that you know, separate your side, hustles, I am going to get lost in the sauce. But because I hone in, and Janelle is that central core denominator, the characteristic she has, and the needs and the challenges that I'm solving for that are hers, they apply to so many others, it keeps me focused. So that was a very extensive breakdown of target audience. I hope that makes sense to you how you can start if you haven't identified who your target audience and your ideal client is, you have to start by asking yourself trying to start out by assuming asking yourself the question, who is my target audience? And then the first few things that come to mind plot it out? This is not a test that you're going to fail. You're just starting somewhere with Who do I think I want to talk to? And then from there, well, who would be ideal from that group? You know, the other day someone reached out to me after coming to my masterclass because I again, I raised this concept of target audience in my masterclass because it applies to anything, you can't grow your podcast if you don't know your ideal listener, right. So this person who said, I, you know, I attended your master class, and I loved what you had to say. And so I started trying to find my target listener online, and, you know, my target listeners, African women, and I'm having so much trouble. And I responded back to him and I'm just like, I didn't write this specifically, but in my head, I'm like, now you know better than that. First of all, Africa is a whole continent, right? Who exactly are you trying to talk to you and instead of even saying, oh, Senegalese women or Ghanaian women, ask yourself Who is this person? What is she doing? What are her concerns, what's her profession? What is she looking for online and why? And once she did that, she came back to me the next day and said, I think she she gotten more interest in her business and even like to prospective clients or something like that. So get focused, you guys, so start writing down what's the age was the gender, education, occupation, location. So that is more demographic information. And then when you get into the psychographics, aka, what's in that person's mind their mental, what are they dealing with? What are their challenges, what are their pain points, that's when you're able to make a more robust picture of who they are. And if you're having trouble with this, I advise you actually get on the phone, identify people in your network, or similar to your ideal client. Reach out for a quick phone call. I did this before I started a side hustle pro podcast, I said, Hey, you know, starting this podcast about black women who started as side hustlers, in our full time entrepreneurs, I know you have a side hustle like you might if we get on the phone. And you know, of course, it's easier when you start with people who you're have a relationship with, they're more likely to give you a piece of their time. But you can also send surveys, you can also start in Facebook groups with people who are interested in your topic, who seemed like they might fit your profile of your ideal client. And, you know, put it out there if people wouldn't be willing to talk to you start where you can. Okay. Once you're on the phone, we make note of, you know, the things that they tell you as you ask them more about why they're interested in XYZ, what they're facing, what are their challenges, what would they love to know more about what content they currently consume, what's missing from that content, and so forth. The key to this exercise, though, is you really have to focus on getting on the phone, or getting in front of or sending your questions to people who match as closely as possible with your ideal client. And as you do this, you're able to clarify, refine, and revise your ideal client. And it's important to to remember that you should always be learning, okay? Again, this is not a test that you either pass or fail, your ideal client, they're going to change and evolve, right? Like if someone who's started side hustling is different than someone who's been doing it for four years and started making money from it. So remember that you're going to have to have touch point check ins with this person. But you have to start somewhere and go from there. One last thing on this. Okay, I just want to remind you of this definition, again, a target audience is a group of consumers within a predefined market that has been identified as the best recipients for a particular marketing message. And your ideal client is a fictional character that represents someone in your target audience. All right. So from there, when you have a custom person in mind, you're able to create custom solutions. Custom copy, as you know, copywriters like to say, aka custom words that you put out on social media custom language, that you say in your videos that are going to real people in. And, by the way, pay attention to when you stop in your tracks to take in someone's content, you know, as you're doing that, don't just grow. And don't just stop and consume all this content, start to realize what is happening that's making you pay attention. What is it about that? Because you're going to start to use that in your content as well. What you know, made you stop scrolling, what about this content drew you in? How are they talking? How are they using text? What techniques do you see being employed here? So to recap, tip number one, which is probably the longest tip, I think, from today's episode, tip number one, understand your target audience, you need to know who you're trying to target and why. And don't be too general in your approach. Consider what your audience likes, what they're interested in, and what type of content they engage with the most. And the more specific you are, the easier it will be to create content that resonates with your target audience.

Speaking of the content now, let's get into Tip number two, which is testing your content. So we talked about some ways to get out of your head and create content really, in one hour a day, right? We did that in the last episode, Episode 346. So when you think about content, I want you to let go of your expectations. Release yourself, okay, say, Let go. Let go of your attachment to numbers, likes and all of that. Put yourself in this continual phase of I'm learning. All right. I am a scientist in a lab, and I'm learning how to use this. Okay. My number one thing with these social media platforms is use them do not let them use you, okay? They exist for a reason. They are a connection between you and people who want to know more about what you have to share, teach what you've produced want to buy from you, and they are a connector between you and Those people who would never know you exist, unless you put out this information on your social media channel. Okay, let's get this very clear. You're here to use the platform's not let them use you don't get sucked in, don't be a zombie at night, letting that blue light suck you into two in the morning just scrolling scrolling, no, no, no, no, you're gonna post and you're gonna let go of expectations. Because if you hold on to expectations, like oh, this is gonna be don't want, this post is gonna blow up, guess what's gonna happen? Number one, it's not gonna blow up. And number two, it will take you longer to post the next post, because you'll be disappointed and you'll be caught up in your feelings. No, that's not what this is about. The more you post, the more you learn. The profiles that do the best on on social media truly are the ones that post a lot and do a lot of testing. And you might not see the posts anymore, because some people they archive the posts after they have done testing them or if they haven't done enough. And of course, there are exceptions to this. Alright, so don't come hit me up like no Nicaila, this person should only post once every two months and blah, blah. All right, there are exceptions to every rule. But what I'm trying to say is the average person who is growing an account and able to grow it and scale it, they are testing and they're posting and they're growing, and they are learning. Okay, so tip number two is to test your content. What worked in the past may not work today, you need to keep adjusting and experimenting with your content to see what resonates with your audience. So try different types of content, including photos, videos, stories, and reels, test different lengths, test different formats and styles to see what performs the best. One thing I always like to share with my podcast mogul students is this concept of auditing. Okay, obsessively auditing as a matter of fact, meaning once you know who your ideal client or customer is, you are going to start paying very close attention to the content they consume. And what it is about that content that is doing so well. So is it a certain type of content that's doing best? All right, let me test these out. You know, lately I've been doing on site has a pro more carousel posts or gallery post, some people might call it basically posts where there are multiple images or quotes in one, you know, you have to swipe and therefore people spend more time on your content. Now, some do well, some do not. But this is a phase I'm in that I'm posting, I'm happy to share this because it's not like I'm sharing a silver bullet like oh, if you do this kind of posts, like you're gonna win, like these things change weekly, if not daily. And that's why you have to keep on testing and paying attention to what's working and why. And we do this not to copy. We do this to understand how our audience is currently best processing information and best receiving information. Okay, that's all it is. If people are no longer listening to CDs, and they're getting their music on streaming platforms, then we're going to hone in on streaming platforms. That's the similar thing, like we're not thinking about this as Oh, I don't want to be like everybody else. We are doing what our person needs. And that's another thing that is kind of a sub point in here. And tip number two, which is testing your content. Remember that your content is about your audience, not about you. It's about that ideal client, that ideal customer that ideal listener, not you, what did they want? What do they need? What did they like, because if I just posted what I want all the time, that might not do as well, but if I am posting and I have created this account to be of service to people who are interested in side hustles and growing their side hustles on the side. And if I have created this account for people who are interested in side hustling and growing their side hustles into viable, profitable businesses, then I need to remember to be of service to that and to just focus on serving that purpose for those people. So test your content y'all tip number two Are you sick and tired of wasting your precious time on tedious tasks, like pulling reports, rewriting blog posts and try to personalize countless prospecting emails? Well say no more because I've got some new AI tools that are gonna blow your mind. Introducing hub spots newest AI tools, content assistant and chat spot. So content assistant uses the power of open AI as GPT three model to help you create content outlines, outreach, emails and even webpage copy in just seconds. And in case that wasn't enough, they created chatbot which is a conversational growth assistant that connects to your HubSpot CRM for unbeatable support. With chat based commands. You can manage contacts, run reports and even ask for status updates. The easy to use CRM just got even easier head to hubspot.com/artificial-intelligence to get early access today. Alright y'all, it's 2023 so I know that you've either started or are thinking about starting up podcasts. And if you have thought about starting one, deep down inside, you're probably hoping that you'll be able to make money or get more customers for your business, right? Well, I'm here for it. It's totally doable. I started my podcast in 2016. I've grown it to over 9 million downloads, and was able to quit my job and work full time as a podcaster with the money I make from podcasting, and I want to show you how to do it. So register at podcast moguls.com For my next free masterclass, and I'll be teaching you what you need to know before you launch your show. A quick and easy way to grow your show fast, and how to actually make money from podcasting and how to set yourself up to get there. So again, register at podcast moguls.com. And I will see you in class.

Tip number three, introduce yourself to folks Introduce yourself stop being shy. Remember, social media networking is no different than real life networking. And in fact, I think the whole real life networking is going to be shifting in the next few years as we see all the metaverse and AI and everything that's going on. And you know, I've been ahead of the game this whole time. But essentially, when I started growing side hustle Pro, I would follow people who matched the profile of my ideal listener Janelle, you know, women who were side hustlers, women who were following black women entrepreneurs, women who were following certain kinds of content. And some people thought that was weird. And some people who I don't want to be seen following people, I don't know, I don't want to be following too many people and all this other stuff. Really, then check yourself. Be humble as you're starting this journey. And just remember that no one knows you. No one knows you, you gotta introduce yourself to people like Hi, I'm Simon sopro. I have this podcast about black women entrepreneurs who started side hustlers, come back to my profile and check it out. Now, you're not gonna say that to people in your DM. But your follow alone is an intro because most people aren't getting tons of people following them every day. So they see a follow from you, they go back to check out who this is. And they, if you've done your due diligence, and you've been testing content, your content will resonate with them. Because, again, you are only introducing yourself, aka following people who you believe would be interested in your content. So if you do those two things, test your content, introduce yourself to the right people, people who match your ideal listener, customer client, then they will follow you back because it will be a match. All right, it will be a match. And I have screenshots of people who have thanked me for following them. People who have said, I don't know how you follow me, but I'm so glad you did. And it's a really beautiful thing. It's a really beautiful thing, because that was the essence of how I started growing side hustle pro into this platform, and into a place where I genuinely have Instagram friends, like I genuinely have people that when we finally meet in person, we're happy to meet each other because I've always treated my Instagram like that, like, it's a place where I will follow someone who I'm inspired by who I know, my love my content. And then, you know, I might respond to their posts. And now that we have stories, people are even more interactive. So I might respond to some one of their stories. And then we start chatting in the DMS and it builds this closer bond. And I really have found that to be so helpful with the growth of side hustle Pro. Now, if you're afraid to talk to people, this actually helps you as well. I mean, I'm an introvert. And it's not like I'm going up to these, I think going up to these people in person at a networking event is more intimidating than like doing a nice little gentle follow on Instagram. Now this does not work the same on tick tock. So again, we have not gotten to the Tick Tock portion of this episode yet. So do note that this is Instagram. And also this can be helpful on Twitter as well. I did grow Twitter in the beginning with this kind of approach as well. So do know that this is we're focusing on Instagram right now. So tip number three, introduce yourself. On Instagram, you can introduce yourself by following people who are interested in your content. And you can also create an introduction post on your feed or in your stories to let people know who you are and what you're all about. You can have that as your first highlight like Hi, I'm blah, blah, blah, or start here or what have you. So if people are like they come in your profile, and they want to know who is this person, you can have a pin post right away to say, Hi, I'm blah, blah, blah. In 2016 I started a podcast, but in fact I need to do that. So I am talking to myself again. This April cue to check in is for all of us, you guys. So when you see me put that on the site has a pro Instagram. That's why

Tip number four is to track your data. All right, so something I always forget to mention, but just you should know by now default. When I'm talking about social media platforms, I'm talking about a business profile. Alright you guys. I'm talking about turning your pro file into a business profile, don't just go in with the regular profiles on Instagram, you can do a create a profile as well. But do know that I'm not just talking about the regular individual personal account, I'm talking about a business profile. So with your business profile, you get business insights. So every week, you're going to review your insights to see how your content is performing. You're going to look at your engagement rate your follower growth and reach to understand what's working, what's not, you're going to look at content. Alright, which content pieces did the best and why? And, you know, there's some things that you should test again, that might not have performed well, that but you can see like, Oh, hey, you know, I posted this, and this didn't come out the way I wanted it to, or I forgot I should have enlarged this or something, you know, so you audit your own profile as well. You look at the insights, you test again, use your insights to inform your content strategy for the next week. And you're doing this week by week because again, things change week by week. So double down on what's working for as long as it's working, and adjust or stop when it's done.

And then my final tip, my final tip, y'all, this might be a little controversial, but I'm gonna share it because it's working. And this is specifically for tick tock. Matter of fact, let me gather up my tick tock album, okay. Okay, tick tock growth. I started this little album in my iPhone, I need to, I need to pick it back up. But anywho tip number five is to invest in advertising because you guys organic growth is overrated. Everyone used to want to say, but after this episode, I hope you no longer want to say this. I grew organically, we grew the page organically. Word of mouth we just took off. It's always cute to say that, but it's not necessary. It's truly not necessary. This is a business. In the world, do you think you are going to make money and not spend any money? Nowhere? No. Where? So change this mindset you have of like investing in ads for your business. It's wrong. Or investing in ADS means it's not natural. These aren't real followers. These aren't real people. Nobody knows you. You need to put your content in front of them. They don't know you. And how do you do that advertising provides a way for you to do that. So I'll give you a quick case study for Nicaila. TV Tiktok. Alright, I also did this for the side hustle pro podcast, tick tock, but I forgot to take screenshots. So February 12. I said, Alright, let me hone in. I'm going to focus on this Nicaila TV tick tock, I want to grow the platform. And I also just want to test out what's working. So on that date, around 6:28pm. With the screenshot, I had around 21 followers 54 likes. So then by February 13, I had started putting advertising AKA, I said, Alright, here's an amount that I'm going to put into tick tock this month. So I started applying that amount to my different posts. And on the 13th at by 9am on February 13. So less than 24 hours later, I had 14 163 likes 76 followers. All right. Then, February 13, by noon, went up to 94 followers and 1862 likes. And then by around 5:36pm, I finally crossed the 100 followers threshold. And that was my first goal. I was like, Alright, there's no reason I shouldn't have 100 followers. So make small mini goals for yourself. My first goal was honestly just I want 100 followers on this platform. Like it's ridiculous. And actually, the same thing started happening to me, were Oh, and I did a little bit of introducing myself because I was still testing out this platform and sometimes with advertising. I do find that it's it's not as focused like the the fields that you're able to target on on tick tock through the Tick Tock business platform is not as focused as the Facebook advertising a Facebook Ads Manager platform. So, so little, you know. However, again, the goal was growth first, right? vanity metrics, because they do matter. So as I was doing some organic following, I did get my first message. Similar to what happened when I started going side hustle Pro. This person said hi, I don't know how you found my page, but I'm honored lol love your podcast. So that's just goes to show you that I'm doing the right thing. I'm creating content. And I'm going after the person who I think will be interested in my content and they're happy. I found them. They're like, I don't know how you find me here. So yeah, I said so glad I found you. Thank you so much for listening. So although this is the Nicaila TV channel, which has a different focus, there is overlap with that sounds a pro audience so just to help you understand there. So again, started really focusing on growth on the 12 and let's jump forward to the 19th So a week later, you guys continuing to invest in advertising. Have to look back on the amount but I We'll say you can start with what works for your budget. It's not about the amount, the growth rate will differ, of course, but with consistent investment, it's going to go up. And so that's what matters. You put in consistent investment in your content. I have friends, and I love seeing them share their light. And I'm always making sure I'm in the comments like encouraging them, like, yes, please keep sharing your light, please keep sharing on social because I know how discouraging it can be to put content out there and not feel the love reciprocated. But I also want to encourage you guys, if you're interested in this, to invest in yourself to be your first investor and put some ad dollars behind your content so that more people can see it. And then when it comes across their timeline, they can follow you. But if it's not coming across their timeline, they can't follow you. So that is what advertising helps with. So February 12, you guys I had 76 followers 14 163 likes and a week later, with advertising investment on Tik Tok, I had 803 followers and 13.8 1000 likes, and now on tick tock with continued investment. And again, I always do this, I kind of fall off of my tracking. But I can share with you that today and today is April 3, that I'm recording this, I now have 1079 followers and 15.1k likes. And so when I pick up my advertising investment again, on this channel, my goal will be to hit 5000 followers and keep growing from there, I'm always setting a milestone for myself. So the reason that I shared this with you is because, again, these platforms are crowded, organic growth is overrated. And it's not that people don't want to engage with your content. They just don't know what's out there. It's not coming across their timeline. And, you know, we can talk to a blue in the face about how not fair it is and how, you know, Instagram should change this or that. But these are their platforms, they can do whatever they want with it. All we can do is learn to play the game to our advantage for our businesses. So set an advertising budget, start putting some ad dollars behind your content, you can do it daily, you can do it weekly, whatever works for you. And this will help you to reach a wider audience and grow your brand pages more quickly. All right. And that's it for this episode of site hustle Pro. I hope you found these tips helpful in growing your Instagram and Tiktok brand pages in 2023. I know you guys are starting your side hustles I know you are going out there and you might be like, Oh my gosh, this whole thing is overwhelming social media. It doesn't have to be use these tips. Take notes from this episode, asked me questions over on Instagram at side hustle Pro or email highest site has a pro or instead of the site has a pro Facebook group. Let's talk right. And don't forget to tune in next week for more tips and strategies on how to start and grow your side hustle. And again, grab the free guide on how to get your side hustle off the ground over at side hustle pro.co/start Here, talk to you soon. Hey guys, thanks for listening to side hustle Pro. 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