October 16, 2012 by Kristin Smith
Start off slow with your social media channels because you don’t want to jump into all of them at once and get too overwhelmed to keep everything updated. Fresh content is key, and that’s what can improve your rankings in search engines. When you create your social media schedule, it might seem a little daunting to think about the amount of content you have to generate to stay current on each of your social media platforms: blog, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube.
Today’s post is short because the tip sheet is packed with recommended posting frequency, planning suggestions, a sample calendar, and additional tips to help you get started on organizing your posting schedule.
Print the Creating a Schedule Tip Sheet, and in case you missed it, the first post in this series, “Getting Started with Social Media: A Guide,” provides you with a worksheet to help you decide on your social media goals and how you’ll reach them.
Kristin Smith joined the team in April 2012 as social media coordinator. She’ll be the voice behind Social Media Tuesdays—watch for updates from her on our Facebook page and Twitter feed, too. Kristin enjoys keeping up on the latest social media trends, spending time with family and friends, and eating ice cream.
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