It can be a chore to create social media status updates from your content.
I get it.
Who wants to copy and paste text into your social media scheduling tool whenever you run out of updates?
I’d much rather spend my time doing other things, wouldn’t you?
So let’s take back some of your time by eliminating the need to waste hours each week creating status updates.
And today, I’ll show you how you can not only easily generate social media updates from your blog posts, but how you’ll be able to use them again and again.
Seems like every business is on social media these days.
Which is the whole reason you’ve established a social media presence as well, right?
If you answered that with a quick ‘yes’ and nothing more, you’re not giving your social strategy enough thought.
In any form of social media scheduling you have to question whether the output is worth the return. Not too long ago it was easy to gain fast traction on scheduled tweets, updates and statuses. That was before algorithms and pay to play platforms, as well as the channels being far less saturated than they are today.
This is the largest and most comprehensive list of social media tools online. Trust me, I did some digging.
Sure, there are countless lists floating around that have 10, 25, or even 100 social media tools listed. At best, you typically get the same top social media tools mentioned across these lists.
But you and I both know that there are hundreds of other little known social media tools out there that can help with your social media marketing initiatives. However, who has time to curate all of these tools in one place?
Lucky for you, I have compiled over 600 social media tools into a single list. So we’re off to a good start.
Twitter automation is one of the most commonly used, but not often talked about methods to scaling your Twitter account. It’s more than just scheduling posts.
In fact, when done right – Twitter automation entails the use of several different tactics: tweet scheduling, automatically growing your Twitter audience, knowing when and what to Tweet, and more. I’ll cover all the best Twitter automation tips in this guide.
Virtual Assistants. You’re kinda like heroes of the online world, if you think about it.
While your clients are out there, killing it in whatever industry they’ve chosen to delve their time and finances into, you’re behind the scenes. Handling all the administrative details. Keeping up on all the odds and ends. Basically, holding everything together.
The more efficient you are, the more efficient they are.
There comes a time in all online entrepreneurs’ lives where we question the inordinate amounts of time we spend managing our social channels.
Sourcing, posting, engaging…and doing it all over again the next day.
Most of the time, we love what we do.
But sometimes, we get tired.
Online tools like Bulkly can help alleviate the constant pressure of having to keep up with daily sourcing and scheduling, but there are times when the idea of outsourcing your social media marketing sounds like the way to go. Especially when a new project is consuming our time and energy.
Have you ever considered outsourcing your social media management?
If you have, you know that there are many points and factors you’ll need to have on your radar in order to make the right decision. Costs, logistics, consistency, time, control…
Most people don’t believe in monsters.
But in the online world, they do exist – and if you’re an active user of basically any social media channel, chances are you’ve encountered a few already.
Trolls. More specifically, social media trolls.
If you have been treating your social media updates as a “one and done” approach, listen up.
There’s a smarter way to get more out of your social media efforts.
When you get a new follower on Twitter or perhaps are looking for new users to follow, what’s one of the first things you do when you go to a profile?
You read their Twitter bio.
Sure, it only takes a few seconds to skim through the allotted 160 characters, but when you are done you’ll have a pretty good idea of what that person is about.
Or at least you should.
But unfortunately, one of the most overlooked parts when setting up a Twitter account is the Twitter bio section. For most, they haphazardly throw something together and call it a day. In fact, I doubt it’s sitting really high on the list of your social media strategy.
But, did you know that your Twitter bio is important for several reasons?
Unfortunately, most people decide to use social media because “everyone else is doing it.”
Not to sound like your mom, but if all your friends jumped off a bridge would you?
Seriously, just because other businesses, entrepreneurs, or startups are using social media – does that mean you need to?
For me, staying organized helps me to keep somewhat of an order with all my various initiatives.
Could I be more organized?
Take for example, my computer desktop. It’s a disaster. But I know where the important things are and how to get to them.
For anyone else, my desktop might drive them a bit insane.
But when it comes to my social media updates, my organization is solid. And depending on who you ask, I’ve been told I’m a genius.
Of course, I am far from being a genius – but hey, I’ll take the compliment.
However, I will say that I’m pleased with how I can organize my social media posts.
Especially since I am posting to multiple accounts on multiple channels. These channels typically require their own schedule and types of content that need to be shared.
Today, I’m going to show you how to organize your social media updates even if you aren’t a genius.