It always comes back to copywriting.
You can blindly post to social media, or you can take a step back and carefully wordsmith the language of your updates. The right concoction of words can multiply the effect of your social media efforts.
Today’s infographic will help you get started in the right direction. Just be sure to track what you’re doing and measure the results. And even though most social media networks track your performance for you (using their native analytics systems), I find it’s always a good exercise to record your performance in a Google spreadsheet. It makes you actively monitor your performance and you’ll know consciously how you’re doing every working day.
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