I know exactly how frustrating it is to put out content on social media, expecting to get tons of comments, likes, and follows, but then... crickets. So frustrating and disappointing. But doing these three things let me see a consistent increase in my engagement rate among my followers, and they are things you can start implementing today!
Today we're talking about how you can plan social content and save TONS of time in your business. It's no secret that the best way to get clients engaged is to consistently product content, as this is one of the factors in how much your content is shown on social platforms like Facebook and Instagram. When you are consistently producing great content, it will be seen more often than sporadically posting when you feel like it. But it is HARD to know when to post and it can feel like you're glued to your phone or computer just trying to create enough content to post. Let me show you what I do to make content creation 10x easier, plus, watch for the free content planner and content ideas at the end of the post.
Here's your free content planner and content ideas:
It's world mental health day, and we can't talk about mental health without talking about the mental load on small business owners, especially right before the holidays. This time of year we are known to burn the candle at both ends, working to get holiday promotions and products ready, or in my case, editing the slew of fall photos that I've taken.
Being in my 20's with no children, it is so easy to think "just one more session and I'll go to bed", while simultaneously peeling my eyes open like an old cartoon. I don't do photography full time right now, which means after I stay up until the wee hours of the morning working on photography, I have to go to my full time day job at 8am. This is a routine many small business owners are far too familiar with, but there are several things I do to avoid burning out.
These are a few strategies that help me, but it can be so hard to stick to them sometimes, especially during the fall. How do you handle burnout?