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Daily 18-Minute Social Media Plan For Small Businesses by @OlsySpeak

Daily 18-Minute Social Media Plan For Small Businesses by @OlsySpeak | Rapprochement possible entre La Provence & Radio Vitamine | Scoop.it
At first, spending under half an hour on managing social media may sound like a tall order, especially considering that an average user spends approximately 3 hours on social media per day. Before you commit to the new schedule, analyze your current one: which social media network do you visit first? Do you go through the same steps for each network every time, or prioritize your actions on the spot?

Another important consideration before you create your speedy social media management plan is what social networks your business needs to be on. Time equals money, especially for a small business—each minute wasted on a social network your audience doesn’t frequent is a minute you could spend interacting with your current and potential customers on a different channel. In the sample plan, we will go over the 5 major networks—Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, and Instagram—and steps you can follow with each one.

Instead of dividing your plan by network, we’ve divided it by blocks dedicated to an important social business activity. You may go over the 18-minute mark in the first few tries as you adjust to the new rhythm; but once you familiarize yourself with the routine, you will never waste a minute on extraneous social media activity again. Become a social media management rockstar with this 18-minute-a-day social media plan for small businesses.

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Before you create your speedy social media management plan  considers what social networks your business needs to be on. For a small business—each minute wasted on a social network your audience doesn’t frequent is a minute you could spend interacting with your current and potential customers on a different channel

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Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's curator insight, October 25, 2014 2:44 PM

This article by Olsy Sorokina @HootSuite shares many great tips to help you with your lean content strategy and save you time with social media.


Using the combination of content curation power of Scoop.it and the social networking power of Hootsuite you can move from sharing to engagement and lead generation with a few easy steps. 


Already have HootSuite account you can integrate Scoop.it within the HootSuite App Directory


Don't know what to share here is a tip from the article.


On Facebook, choose storytelling, visually rich messaging. Limit your posts to 1-2 a day.
On Twitter, if you schedule Tweets, make sure to space them out, to avoid being perceived as “spamming” your audience. Include Tweets with different formats—photo, video, different placement of the links—to test which ones perform best. If you are sharing content from an external source, include the appropriate hashtags and @mentions.
On LinkedIn, share content with a more serious tone, oriented to a professional audience, through LinkedIn’s publishing platform.
On Google+, share any news from your business, as well as external content relevant to your business, your field, or may otherwise be interesting to people in your Circles.
On Instagram, plan photo content to complement social media messaging on your other, less visual channels. If you have a campaign or a product release coming up, schedule a photo to spread awareness among a bigger audience. Instagram also presents a great opportunity to give your customers an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at your business and the people who run it.



Denise Gabbard's curator insight, October 25, 2014 7:51 PM

So many social networks-- so little time-- some good tips to lessen the time commitment but still get effective results. 

Rhonda White's curator insight, October 26, 2014 9:10 AM

A good reason to determine which social media networks are best for your business:

 

"Time equals money, especially for a small business—each minute wasted on a social network your audience doesn’t frequent is a minute you could spend interacting with your current and potential customers on a different channel."

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Daily 18-Minute Social Media Plan For Small Businesses by @OlsySpeak

Daily 18-Minute Social Media Plan For Small Businesses by @OlsySpeak | Rapprochement possible entre La Provence & Radio Vitamine | Scoop.it
At first, spending under half an hour on managing social media may sound like a tall order, especially considering that an average user spends approximately 3 hours on social media per day. Before you commit to the new schedule, analyze your current one: which social media network do you visit first? Do you go through the same steps for each network every time, or prioritize your actions on the spot?

Another important consideration before you create your speedy social media management plan is what social networks your business needs to be on. Time equals money, especially for a small business—each minute wasted on a social network your audience doesn’t frequent is a minute you could spend interacting with your current and potential customers on a different channel. In the sample plan, we will go over the 5 major networks—Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, and Instagram—and steps you can follow with each one.

Instead of dividing your plan by network, we’ve divided it by blocks dedicated to an important social business activity. You may go over the 18-minute mark in the first few tries as you adjust to the new rhythm; but once you familiarize yourself with the routine, you will never waste a minute on extraneous social media activity again. Become a social media management rockstar with this 18-minute-a-day social media plan for small businesses.

Via Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com
Procom-europ_RP's insight:

Before you create your speedy social media management plan  considers what social networks your business needs to be on. For a small business—each minute wasted on a social network your audience doesn’t frequent is a minute you could spend interacting with your current and potential customers on a different channel

more...
Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's curator insight, October 25, 2014 2:44 PM

This article by Olsy Sorokina @HootSuite shares many great tips to help you with your lean content strategy and save you time with social media.


Using the combination of content curation power of Scoop.it and the social networking power of Hootsuite you can move from sharing to engagement and lead generation with a few easy steps. 


Already have HootSuite account you can integrate Scoop.it within the HootSuite App Directory


Don't know what to share here is a tip from the article.


On Facebook, choose storytelling, visually rich messaging. Limit your posts to 1-2 a day.
On Twitter, if you schedule Tweets, make sure to space them out, to avoid being perceived as “spamming” your audience. Include Tweets with different formats—photo, video, different placement of the links—to test which ones perform best. If you are sharing content from an external source, include the appropriate hashtags and @mentions.
On LinkedIn, share content with a more serious tone, oriented to a professional audience, through LinkedIn’s publishing platform.
On Google+, share any news from your business, as well as external content relevant to your business, your field, or may otherwise be interesting to people in your Circles.
On Instagram, plan photo content to complement social media messaging on your other, less visual channels. If you have a campaign or a product release coming up, schedule a photo to spread awareness among a bigger audience. Instagram also presents a great opportunity to give your customers an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at your business and the people who run it.



Denise Gabbard's curator insight, October 25, 2014 7:51 PM

So many social networks-- so little time-- some good tips to lessen the time commitment but still get effective results. 

Rhonda White's curator insight, October 26, 2014 9:10 AM

A good reason to determine which social media networks are best for your business:

 

"Time equals money, especially for a small business—each minute wasted on a social network your audience doesn’t frequent is a minute you could spend interacting with your current and potential customers on a different channel."

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Un rapprochement entre "La Provence" et Radio Vitamine ?

Un rapprochement entre "La Provence" et Radio Vitamine ? | Rapprochement possible entre La Provence & Radio Vitamine | Scoop.it
La Provence et Vitamine, radio régionale en Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (PACA) qui diffuse ses programmes de Marseille à Monaco, pourraient prochainement se rapprocher.

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