If you are following our blog recently, you will notice that we talk a lot about social media and the need for strategy. Yes, social media is certainly about sharing content and spontaneous posting, but a comprehensive social media marketing strategy is essential.
One of the main concepts of strategy is designing – and in this case, designing content, so you never struggle to find a theme you want to write. it makes sense for you.
Here are our 10 most important tips for creating a social media calendar:
- Let's start with the way we organize it, I like Excel personally. If you have a team and work in the content calendar, you may want to use Google tabs to see them in real time. You can spend months for 12 months and then use the lines for the month of the month.
- The easiest tip to watch legitimate holidays, time blog posts. We encourage you to send resources to those who have less fortunate or voluntary opportunities at a naturally occurring holiday, so that your blog can be a resource for returning, for example, before giving thanks.
- Now is the time to do a little research – what kind of industry events are being created that are relevant to the market. These may be conferences that may or may not be, or large, releases you are aware of. Mark them in the calendar – Especially when you are there. Schedule a blog before the conference about why it is relevant, perhaps compared to previous years. If you are there, blog this week when you are there and of course schedule a blog to comment on what was the success!
- Do the same for any thinker in the industry. events are created (personally or virtually). Advertise a week to help them!
- Refer to the 2 and 3 versions above to visit the organizers of the event and see when registering, ask them if they have any content that they can share.
- to give them a guest blog post
- Check out your own calendar, is there a launch this year? You want to schedule blogs before, during and after the start. Do not forget to have your blog on design and slowly release the game. This is the time to build excitement!
- Now look at your travel schedule – where you will be (personally or professionally). Blog about what you're getting. Your followers can reach you if they know you can meet in the neighborhood personally.
- Plan a regular service, for example, if you're a nutrition trainer, start a month with a blog in the month of the meal and sign in for the last week of the month.
- For each of these ideas, we now want to build on how the message appears on various digital marketing platforms (LinkedIn, Blog, Facebook, Instagram, etc.). How can your message change, depending on what medium you've been sent to? How do you relate to a lead magnet to collect contact information?
With these 10 tips you can just upload your calendar! You can use the current events or industry-specific literature review to overcome the shortcomings.
We want to see what you've got. Do you feel sharing? Submit, we're happy to provide you with some suggestions to fill out any deficiencies or answer any questions you may have.
Source by Peg Murrah