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PODCAST: Why Websites and Social Media Platforms are Essential for Regulation A+ Offerings

RegAMoney.com: (view press release) With so many intricate parts that need to work like a fine-tuned machine for a Regulation A+ offering to be successful, sometimes one of the most obvious components is overlooked – and that’s creating a website and social media platforms to showcase your company and Reg.A deal to your crowdfunding evangelists. Obvious? Yes… Difficult? Yes as well. While it’s not difficult putting up just any old website, Reg.A+ issuers must be sure their website is informative, entertaining, and a work of professional quality if they want to be taken seriously – and that’s where things get tricky. The bottom line is website development, content creation, and social media management are full time jobs and most Reg.A+ issuers should resort to outsourcing these services to professional agencies. This podcast explores why companies who ignore constant updating of their online presence will have a much more difficult time finding investors for their Reg.A+ offerings.

Listen to “Why Websites and Social Media Platforms are Essential for Regulation A+ Offerings (Part 1)” on Spreaker.

At a minimum, every Regulation A+ issuer should have a website with contact forms for lead generation and to allow for visitor questions and comments. In addition, accounts at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube are an absolute must (at least) – Google+ and Pinterest are also of interest as well. While there are hundreds of social media platforms out there, all you need to do is make an impact on the most popular ones – and that includes posting blog posts, creating engaging video, tweeting out original content, updating your Facebook fan pages with photos, videos, text, and anything else relative to your company or business. Plus you’ll need to respond to your loyal followers who comment, like, share, or have questions on any of your posted content. EVERY DAY! And that’s the easy part! Your “Investor Relations page” on your website is where the tire meets the road. Reg.A+ SEC compliance rules come into play! There are some extremely important points to be made in this regard – and we cover all these “must haves” in Part 2 of this “Reg.A Money Show” podcast.

Listen to “Why Websites and Social Media Platforms are Essential for Regulation A+ Offerings (Part 2)” on Spreaker.

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