It’s easy to get into the habit of robotically posting content to social media every day.
However, how you post to social media is just as important as the content itself.
You need people to click on your post to see your content. So, before you rush around doing your daily social media tasks, pause, take a step back and think about how you can improve what you’re doing.
Study this infographic and use it as a cheat sheet the next time you post to social media.
One last hint:
It’s a good idea to measure your social media efforts if you’re using automated tools against a week of not using automated tools. Then compare your performance. You might be surprised to find out that your natural posting behavior yields greater results.
Besides, “social” implies there should be a human component to it. Right? 🙂
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