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Ways to Make Social Media Easier and More Effective

Make the most of your social media accounts with these easy and effective ways to simplify and optimize your online presence.

Social media can be overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. With just a few simple strategies and tweaks, you can streamline your online presence and make the most of your social media accounts.

Plan Your Content with a Flow Chart.

This Day Marketing has a FREE content flow chart you can download with the button below. This flow chart helps you plan your content for multiple platforms and shows you how they flow together. Research the key words you plan to target that week and then plan your blog. Break your blog post up into bite size chunks to make social media posts. This is a great way to simplify social media and all of your content. Go to the link below to snag your FREE flow chart

Utilize scheduling software to save time.

Scheduling software can be a huge time-saver for streamlining your social media presence. It allows you to plan ahead, schedule posts in advance, and stay consistent with your posting schedule. This way, you don’t have to take up valuable time in your day engaging with and posting on each platform manually — instead, you can set it all up at once and let the software do the work for you.

Create templates for popular post types.

Templates can be really helpful for maintaining consistency across your content, especially if you post multiple times a day. Create templates based on the most popular type of posts you submit, such as quote posts, link shares, poll posts, and so on. This way, you don’t have to start from scratch every time you want to post something.

Build a library of content for easy sharing.

Keep your content organized and easily accessible by creating a library of content that can be used again and again. This is especially useful if you post the same content on multiple accounts or platforms—you can just pull from the library instead of re-creating it for each post. Content can be stored in folders with labels such as "shareable quotes," "blog posts," and "tutorials." You can also store photos, videos, brochures, logos and other marketing materials if needed.

What's Next?

Get Started! Let us know what you think of the content flow chart, we hope it helps you get the most out of your content. Do you have any tips to simplify your social media? Tell us in the comments.

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