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Creative Social Media Posts

December 13, 2016

Who says you can’t get creative with your social media posts, notwithstanding the limitation of space, format and even the varieties that will click with your audience. In fact, some might say that given these constraints, getting creative on social media is even more imperative.

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How to Create Social Media Content

December 13, 2016

The content you need for your social media is, frankly, like no other content.  It goes beyond interesting language play and effective communication. It’s all about persuasive and convincing content, which has a lot of influence on those who are exposed to it. This kind of content is, or should be, designed to impact the minds and hearts of the audience, who should be immediately tempted to like and share it.

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Social Media Content Schedule

December 13, 2016

Given the hectic pace of the world we live in, social media content scheduling has become an important part of remaining updated and up-to-date on the social media. Since it’s not feasible to be online constantly and to manually update the content on your social media, be it Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram or more, the alternative is to schedule your content to post it at an allotted time.

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Types of Social Media Content

December 13, 2016

Contrary to what you might have come to believe, in view of the profile limitations on social media content, there’s actually quite a bit of variety to choose from. Of course, the basic criteria of crispness, visual appeal, emotional connect, storytelling approach, news peg or humor, need to be there. But at the micro level, you’ll come across different and distinctive kinds of content for social media. Let’s take a look at some of the major varieties of social media content.

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What is Social Media Content?

December 13, 2016

We all know what content is. Anything that helps communicate a message is content, be it textual or visual. But what about social media content? Is it any different from ordinary content – the kind you come across in newspapers, magazines, books, or on television and radio? Does social media content not communicate, or does it communicate differently from other kind of content?