Social media can be quite overwhelming. What seems like just a few seconds of scrolling through your news feed and checking your messages, quickly turns into minutes and sometimes even hours! Time management is extremely important for online businesses or brands. Without having a clear plan or method in place, you could quickly find yourself wasting time on Twitter and Facebook, while other work needs to be getting done. This is something social media managers have to deal with on a daily basis. The good news is that many of them have become experts in the process.
In this Social Media in 34 Minutes per day infographic below, hopefully we can help alleviate some of these problems. Follow along and see where you could be shaving down some of the massive time spent on social media with your organization.
Social Media in 34 Minutes Per Day Infographic Summary
Knowing which social network is most important for your brand and business is only half the battle. You will also need to know what type of content to share, how to format it and automate the process when possible. Below you will find some of the best tips and guidelines for effectively managing your social media on a daily basis.
- On Facebook, spend just 2 minutes on posting a status update to your account. For best results, consider using a photo, video or a link to something interesting that others might engage with or share. It’s also important for you to take a minute to respond to all other comments or questions that may have come through in the past 24 hours.
- When using LinkedIn, grow your network by looking through the suggested “People You May Know” and see if there is anyone you can connect with. LinkedIn is also great for sharing business related stories, guides and case studies with your followers as well.
- Want to spend only 12 minutes per day on Twitter? Get started by responding to all of your tweets and direct messages first, then moving on to scanning your home feed and retweeting any relevant content that your audience might enjoy.
Implement these methods into your business today and have better control over your social media outreach tomorrow.
Infographic source: ShortStack