7 Reasons Why Small Caps should Go Digital

7 Reasons Why Small Caps should Go Digital

7 Reasons Why Small Caps should Go Digital

7 Reasons Why Small Caps should Go Digital

In this article we will discuss Why Small Caps should Go Digital? Many small-cap companies feel that a website and a social media presence is either irrelevant, time-consuming or too expensive for them, so they give it a miss. But that’s no longer true and can be counterproductive. Australians spend a lot of time on social media and the trend is only rising. The Internet has changed the way we live and do business. Customers trust companies and brands that have a strong and positive online presence.

Here are our 7 reasons Why Small Caps should Go Digital

1. Alternate channel to traditional media

It’s very hard (if possible, at all) to get media coverage for your small-cap business. With the media focusing on bigger companies, there is very less chance of you being seen or heard. The Internet is a far easier, quicker and engaging channel to connect to investors, customers and other stakeholders.

2. Online marketing is inexpensive

Budgetary constraints are a concern with small caps. But the fact is that online marketing and promotion strategies are far less expensive than traditional media advertising. Once you put up a website or a post, it stays there until you remove it. Your website is available 24/7, so anybody can find you anytime.

7 Reasons Why Small Caps should Go Digital – Codesquad

3. Create trust and credibility

4. Important to attract investors

If you are an ASX company, you obviously have shares to sell. And with nearly 2,500 companies on ASX, investors will like to have their research quick and easy. You maybe skipped if you don’t have an online presence. Being online allows you to connect with potential investors. Even for industries like mining, where the majority of customers come through traditional sources (at least for the present), an online presence is important to attract investors.

7 Reasons Why Small Caps should Go Digital – Codesquad

5. Helps to attract the right talent

You need people with the right skills and attitude to help you grow your company. Companies will be competing for the same talent pool. Jobseekers research the company and social media interactions before attending an interview, so having your ideas and vision for the company on your site and social media account helps in attracting the right talent; especially for senior level employees and people with skilled or specialized knowledge or much-in-demand functions.

6. Grow your customer base

7 Reasons Why Small Caps should Go Digital – Codesquad

7. Online presence for management

It’s not enough to have good online engagement just for your company. It’s equally important for the executives to have active social media profiles. You are the face of your company and give human touch to an organization. You want the investors and customers to understand your skills and expertise. Your personal social media profile is a great platform to share your value systems and your vision and plans for the future of your company. It’s more engaging and simpler way to be heard and seen. A great social media profile, especially on professional platforms like LinkedIn, can go a long way in building your brand image and that of your company by extension. Why Small Caps should Go Digital? They can’t afford not to!

Why Small Caps should Go Digital – conclusion

Monisha M M

Monisha is the Creative Coordinator at Codesquad. She has a wide range of responsibilities including content development & integration, search engine optimisation and custom report creation. Monisha ensures that your content is fully Google optimised while still looking great. Monisha effortlessly juggles her time liaising between the various teams – content, SEO, design, marketing and social media.

Monisha M M

Monisha is the Creative Coordinator at Codesquad. She has a wide range of responsibilities including content development & integration, search engine optimisation and custom report creation. Monisha ensures that your content is fully Google optimised while still looking great. Monisha effortlessly juggles her time liaising between the various teams – content, SEO, design, marketing and social media.