Do you engage with your audience on multiple social platforms? Do you want to work more efficiently? Focusing your efforts on the social channels and engagement signals that are most beneficial to your business can save you time. In this article you’ll discover how to create a social media to-do list in four steps.
I wrote The Social Media Starter Kit to guide you and your team through the process of setting up a successful social media campaign and to be an ongoing resource for you. You may be a sole proprietor, small business owner, marketer, or large organization. Whether you are from a for-profit, non-profit, educational body, government, or otherwise, I believe anyone can use the information. Available in paperback, in Kindle, and in workbook form. Author Kerry Rego.
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The best way to build an active and engaged audience on social media is to focus on the people who already know you best. By sharing content that’s relevant to them, and taking the time to interact and respond to any feedback you receive, you’ll be able to grow the size of your audience and build stronger relationships in the process.
Amateur blogger like us often find ourselves at a dead end when we are not able to decide if the topic that we are going to write on is worth the efffort. This infographic is a beautiful representation of the questions that one should ask themselves before writing and publishing the next blog post. - 15 Questions to Ask Before Publishing Your Next Post
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