How to Streamline Social Media & Blogging for Interior Design
The Kate Show | Episode #2
Do you feel like you have to constantly create new content for social media? Are you brain-weary from trying to come up with new blog post ideas and find yourself going weeks without publishing any content?
I get you--because I'm the same way. Coming up with new content all the time is stressful and time-consuming. Setting big goals for yourself, such as promising to post in Instagram every single day, is a great way to burn yourself out and end up doing zilch with your online marketing.
Turns out, setting those lofty goals is a strategy for failure and low self-esteem, not success. In this episode of the Kate Show, I explain why you don't have to come up with new content for Facebook, Instagram, or your blog posts all the time.
In this episode:
95% of your Facebook fans don't see what you post
Why your fans won't even know you are reusing posts
Why the platform Meet Edgar is genius for your biz
How to instantly get more attention on Instagram with one post
The coolest Facebook live video I've ever seen (by a home stager!)
How to reuse a 5 minute Facebook live video as a blog post (and later repost it to other social media platforms)
Resources Mentioned in this Episode:
Meet Edgar | Facebook & Twitter management platform
Anchor.fm | Easy podcasting (app)
BoardBooster | Pinterest scheduling
HopperHQ | Instagram scheduling
Socialite Vault | Unlimited Facebook, Instagram & Google+ posts for interior designers and home stagers
Socialite Subscribe | designed, written, formatted email newsletters for interior designers & home stagers (fully customizable)
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