Doesn’t it seem like everywhere you turn, there’s a conference, workshop, webinar or course that you have to take in order to reach the coveted next level? It’s true! We’re in the thick of it and quite frankly, it can be overwhelming. By all means, it is important that you invest in yourself and your business when you should. History has proven this to be beneficial multiple times over. All we’re saying is: take a step back and recap what you learned thus far before your next must have purchase. We’d bet that you know “enough” right now to achieve a handful of goals.
Recap What You Learned
In the spirit of yesteryear, here’s a recap of our last four Blog Tips, in which the theme was Love Your Social Media. Enjoy a snippet of each tip:
1. Include trending hashtags
2. Tag people
3. Interact by liking and commenting
4. Make sure to include a location
5. Promote your account as much as you
Instagram Tip #3: Share Good Content Consistently
One thing that has more advantages than a well put together feed is one with good, useful content. Your strategy should include posting resourceful content that reveals your brand’s personality. You should also take time to ensure that your content is authentic, as this will resonate with your followers, too.
Instagram Tip #5: Cross Promote Your Platforms
Every platform may not work for your brand. However, if you want to increase your Instagram profile, consider asking your followers on Facebook, Twitter or your blog to follow you there. Sweeten the pot with a welcoming giveaway or contest, as this may help you convert existing followers and create new ones.
Read the other 3 tips here.
- DO: Learn the best times to share content with your audience. Some people find better success when posting at night, while other succeed at lunch time or in the morning. Pay attention to when your followers engage with you. Make a list of your “buzz times” and create a posting schedule and strategy dedicated to those times.
- Don’t use multiple hashtags at once. Not only is this distracting and unattractive, it will also make it difficult for you to track which hashtags actually work and which ones don’t. We’ve used hashtags in the past that’ve led to new followers while others led no where. Decide on 3-5 for starters and gauge it from there.
Find more hacks here.
1. Be vulnerable
2. Be honest
3. Be intentional
4. Be real
Get an in-depth dose here.
What have you learned in the past few weeks that would better serve you today?