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How to Make Absolutely Perfect Social Media Posts

How to Make Absolutely Perfect Social Media Posts

Would you want to maximize the effect of your social media posts? I’m sure you do. check the infographic made by social campaign company, My Clever Agency and save it on your hard drive, Dropbox, or anywhere you can easily access when you need it. That way, when you’re addled, you’ll have a guide you can immediately consult.

Important points for each social media platform.

Pinterest: Red and orange images get 2x the amount of repins.

Twitter: Tweets with shortened links using Bitly get more retweets.

YouTube: Use catchy titles to motivate people to click and watch your video.

Blogging: Create a mission statement for your blog. This will help you possess laser focus on what content to manufacture. ~ Inspire blogger

Facebook: It’s okay to post after your business closes. Your audience may be more available.

Google+: Tag brands and people when applicable.They’ll get a notification, and potentially engage with that post.

Instagram: Putting the subject of the photo in only two thirds of the screen makes it more attractive to the eye.

Tumblr: “Like” and “Reblog.” Tumblr is community based and is built this way, that strategy will make your name and your blog more visible. If you post unintentionally, no one will notice you. Always be visible.

Vine: Get the services of a tripod. It keeps videos steady.

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    Featured photo credit: How to create perfect posts on social media/My Clever Agency via entrepreneur.com

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