Holidays are a great time to craft unique and creative marketing campaigns. Besides the regular national holidays, there are tons of other world awareness days that focus on different themes and issues, many of which may be applicable to your brand.
If you create a social media schedule, you’ll be a lot more likely to succeed in your online marketing.
Most businesses starting out on social media try to post as much as they can, or simply whenever they can. Sometimes they post whenever something comes to them. That’s a recipe for failure.
Being successful on social media (getting actual revenue from your marketing efforts, not just likes) requires consistency and commitment. That starts with creating a schedule that you can follow.
Here’s how to get started.
It’s time to write your next social media post, but you sit and stare at the empty status space not knowing what to say. A lot of people have this problem, from newbie business owners to veteran social media managers.
It’s frustrating when you lack the creative inspiration to com up with something, and a waste of time when you sit there just staring at the screen.
I’ve come up with a simple method of helping your generate ideas for social media posts. Ideally, you would set this to a plan or schedule, but you can also use it to come up with stuff on the fly.