Throughout many social media platforms, most netizens are concerned with who will be the next big star. Whether it be TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, you name it. For the past year or two, many creators have rose to fame on TikTok. But because of Instagram’s new addition, Reels, many are curious to see who will claim the throne there. Sure, Reels may be an easy way to gain clout for some. But for entrepreneurs like you and me, the million dollar question is: is Reels relevant for business? Good news for you, I’ll be sharing the answer in today’s post and in my new course, Reels for Beginners. At a quick glance, Reels may seem like another TikTok-esque platform for teens to post dances and lip synch videos. Don’t get me wrong, you certainly can post content like that. But as a business owner, it’s important to think outside the box. If you play your cards right, Reels can be a very powerful tool for your business. One bonus of Reels is that you won’t have to worry about starting from scratch when making a brand new account on another site. Instead, posting on Reels allows you to broadcast to your established audiences and even gain new followers from the explore page. In addition, you won’t have to worry about fancy equipment or paying a camera crew. Some users opt for cameras, tripods, or backdrops, but you really don’t need any of those things to make a straightforward video. All you need is your phone and Reels’ audios and effects, and you too can make a commercial-worthy ad for your product. From the consumer’s point of view, it can be easy to feel like just another name on the screen. So as the business owner, taking time out of your day to connect with your audience on Reels is a great way to show your brand’s authenticity and set yourself apart from other companies! Like what you see? I’m glad you do! For a limited time only, I’m offering my Reels for Beginners for those who are serious about using Reels to take their business to the next level. This deal ends soon, so make sure you join while it lasts!