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  1. Make a list of social media platforms.
  2. Brainstorm on ideas.
  3. Plan your content ahead of time.
  4. Use tools like Notion, Trello and Cluckup to create the social media calendar.
  5. Develop KPI to measure the performance.

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It is the promotion of your content on various platforms including social media. Do collaborations, go to interviews and guest lives, etc.

Keep rolling more and more content...

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You can use tools like Trello, Notion, clickup etc. to keep organized to create the content calendar.

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Take all your research and put it to good use. Make a list of content that can be used for each channel, such as:

  • Facebook – Post article links every Wednesday
  • Youtube – Video recipes every Tuesday
  • Linkedin - Company updates on Mondays

It is better to create a content strategy ahead of time, and then actually execute it.

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Create your KPI's (key performance indicators) that will help you measure the effectiveness of your efforts. It could be something like retweets, clicks, sales, or even followers.

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Whether it's Linkedin, Instagram, or Youtube.

Create a list of your social media accounts and audiences you are trying to reach.

Don't forget to mention content frequency and posting schedules per account.

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Create your KPI's (key performance indicators) that will help you measure the effectiveness of your efforts. It could be something like retweets, clicks, sales, or even followers.

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The most common way of using A/B tests is to only change one element of the post between the two versions (headline, image, CTA, etc) so that you know any difference in performance is because of that change. 

You can A/B test with both organic and paid posts.

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If you’re not “humorizing” your brand, product or business, then you might be missing out on a ton of unseen potential.

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