To maintain a strong social media presence, you have to keep your followers engaged and interested in your brand. The most effective way to do so is by sharing regular posts about your business. It could be anything, from a blog to a picture to even a status update.

People love hearing about the brands they love and if your brand goes silent, you will end up driving potential customers away.

This is why you have to master the art of social media scheduling so you can schedule like a pro.

Thankfully, there is no rocket science involved here. You simply have to follow a few simple tips and you are good to go. To make your life easier, we have shared 3 simple hacks for scheduling your social media posts below. Use them and you can see the difference for yourself. The best part is that they are easy to execute and won’t break your bank!

  1. Posting too much is the death of engagement. Facebook and Instagram decide how many people to show your post to based on previous post engagement. Posting too much will decrease your overall engagement and reach.

  2. Stay on track with your scheduling by setting aside a specific time every week that you’ll sit down to get it done. You should be able to schedule your entire week’s of posts in 30 minutes or less

  3. Check your analytics! Posting a link? Use a service like Bit.ly to create your links and they’ll provide you with analytics for clicks and click source. Find out what content people are clicking on a provide more of that while ditching topics with low click-through rates.

 Do you have any social media scheduling tips or questions? Tap the green Help/Chat button below!

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September 4, 2017
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