Social media weekly schedule

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Social media weekly schedule

  1. 1. Remember this is a minimum. Whatever extra you add will only be more beneficial to your business! Review your social media sites for response necessary items. Review your Google Alerts to be sure no mentions go unnoticed. Take a look at what you are offering this week. What information can you share? Make a list of 5 to 10 items that you can share Review your Google Reader for articles relevant to your clients. Post these articles on Facebook or your blog. Remember to write a short synopsis (use key words specific to your business) and then link to the article. Post about upcoming events you will be present at, new vendors, or promote new items. Review your social media sites for response necessary items. Review your social media sites for response necessary items. Review your Google Alerts to be sure no mentions go unnoticed. Post on Facebook. Remember to use articles from Google Alerts as a starting point if you don't have something specific. You are an expert write about what you know. Review your social media sites for response necessary items. Post a video or photos featuring your brand name, Clients, Upcoming Events, Past Events, , etc. Use sources like YouTube or create your own videos using Animoto with pictures on hand. Is there anything you can offer a coupon or discount for? What problem can you solve for your current or potential clients? Review your social media sites for response necessary items. Review your social media sites for response necessary items. Review your Google Alerts to be sure no mentions go unnoticed. Post on Facebook. Remember to use articles from Google Alerts as a starting point if you don't have something specific. You are an expert write about what you know.
  2. 2. Review your Google Reader for articles relevant to your clients. Post these articles on Facebook or your blog. Remember to write a short synopsis (remember to use key words specific to your business) and then link to the article. Review your social media sites for response necessary items. Review your Facebook Insights - Evaluate the traffic you have on your Facebook Page. Are you reaching the demographic you thought you would reach? Review your social media sites for response necessary items. Review your Google Alerts to be sure no mentions go unnoticed. Write an article for Facebook. Remember to use articles from Google Alerts as a starting point if you don't have something specific. You are an expert write about what you know!

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