I’ve shared my love for Twitter Chats a time or two on the blog. I recently participated in a chat that I found particularly beneficial. Here are a few tips and tricks I learned during this chat that I’m giving a try on social media.
Share a Preview of Blog Posts.
I sometimes have to beg coworkers to get me a draft of their blog post by Wednesday for review, but often times they are done before their Thursday posting day. This gives me the opportunity to share a short preview of the post prior to sharing the live link the following day. I did it with Managing Partner Adam Henige’s post recently and had good results with it!
I put together images on Canva, which I’m also very fond of, every week to share on social media along with the new blog post. It is so easy to use a tool like Canva, why not make two images and share one the day before. The image can just be the title of the post, which will be especially beneficial when I don’t have a full blog post to work with or it can be a quote from the post like mentioned above.
Draft Tweets for Your Coworkers.
I often send out a reminder for my coworkers to RT or share a post on Twitter or Facebook. Sometimes they follow through, other times not so much. I’ve made it easier for them to share posts now though! I started sending out emails with drafted tweets in them so all they have to do is copy and paste. I’ve started attaching the Canva image as well. This will give the Netvantage blog a little more social juice.
— Lisa Dougherty (@BrandLoveLLC) May 2, 2017
Best Post of the Month.
At the end of the year, we usually share the top posts. Why not do that each month? It’s a way to share a link to a blog post again and get content in front of eyes again. This also gives you an opportunity to reword how you share the post. Maybe the content you choose to share didn’t bode well with your audience making this the perfect opportunity to try a different approach at the content you are including in a post or tweet.
Have you tried any of these? Send us your feedback, we’re curious!