Do You Use a Social Media Checklist for Your Business?

If you find it difficult to organize your social media posts for your business, then give these tips for: Blog posts, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube a try.

The infographic is from the Whole Brain Group website.

Social Media Checklist

Blog
Blog Post

  • Decide how many post you want to write each week
  • Have 3 targeted keywords for each post
  • Share the post on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+
  • Pro Tip: Use your target keywords in post titles and blog content

FacebookFacebook

  • Post about 2 interesting topics related to your business
  • Update your company status daily
  • Find and ‘Like’ 5 new pages
  • Ask people to comment, like or share your posts
  • Pro Tip: Don’t forget to tag people and pages in your posts

TwitterTwitter

  • Send at least 3 new tweets daily
    • business related
    • promotional
    • fun & interesting
    • circulate your blog posts
  • Re-tweet 2 interesting tweets a day
  • Follow 10 new people per week
  • Pro Tip: Add #hashtags so your posts appear in trending topics

LinkedInLinkedIn

  • Update your company profile and status
  • Follow 3 new companies
  • Ask for 1-2 recommendations per week
  • Connect with 3-5 new people per week
  • Pro Tip: Post relevant blog posts in groups in which you belong and ask for feedback

Google+Google+

  • Add 5 new people to your circles each week
  • Offer a Google+ Hangout session for a related topic in your industry
  • Share content at least twice a day to your personal Google+ profile and company page
  • Host monthly Google+ Hangouts for a topic in your industry
  • Pro Tip: Make sure your posts are sent to “public” to reach maximum user/search

PinterestPinterest

  • Each month, post product images and examples of your work from your company website as pins leading back to the site
  • Follow 5 new interesting and inspiring pin boards each week from other users related to your field
  • Add 1 new board that contains at least 6 new pins each week
  • Pro Tip: Always use keywords in your pin descriptions and board titles

YouTubeYouTube

  • Subscribe to 3 new channels in your industry each week
  • Find 3 new videos each week to share on Facebook, Twitter and Google+
  • Plan a video that showcases an area of your business expertise
  • Have video capability at special events your company hosts or attends each month. Ask for brief interviews to post to YouTube
  • Pro Tip: Keep the videos relevant to your industry, but don’t forget to sprinkle in some fun

 

I would like to hear from you. Please leave a comment below.

 

Comments are closed.