How to Streamline Social Media & Blogging for Interior Design

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 | 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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