Your probably starting to post great content for your fans, but interacting on social media may fall at the bottom of your daily task list. Or, if you tackle it first thing in the morning then you may find that you spend more time than you wanted to on social media. It puts you behind for the rest of the day.
The solution is to create a strategy and a plan of attack.
A daily strategy helps you check the boxes and make sure that all of your social media goals and tasks are met. It keeps your daily interaction on social media contained so that you don’t spend too much, or too little, time on each site. It also helps ensure you have consistent and frequent interaction – the kind that’s required for social media results.
Items in your daily strategy can include:
• Publish a predetermined number of post (if you haven’t already scheduled them in advance)
• Check for new followers and possibly follow them back
• Review comments and shares and make sure to say thank you.
• Always reply to comments and/or like people’s comments
• Scan & read your news feed. Browse posts and share those worth sharing. Take notes on those that generate content ideas.
Decide if you want to check all the boxes at once each day and set aside the time to do that. Or do you want to break it down into smaller bits and spend for maybe smaller blocks of time completing each check box. For example, you might want to take 15 minutes in the morning and reply to all your comments and likes. Then in the afternoon, take 30 minutes to thank those people that have re-shared your content. You might want to try both approaches to see what works best for you and which approach generates better results.
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Cheers to your success always! Keep smiling!