Home / E-Marketing News / How To Create Perfect Posts [INFOGRAPHIC]

How To Create Perfect Posts [INFOGRAPHIC]

You know when you bite off more than you can chew, and then bashfully google, “How to do social media?” when no one is around?

Yeah, me neither…

But seriously, whether you’re a seasoned pro or a wary beginner, managing your business’s social media can be a huge challenge. And while it was common to publish the same message on all your social platforms, that type of blanket social media strategy just doesn’t cut the mustard anymore. (You wouldn’t text your boss, “Sup, bae?” so why would you holler at your Twitter followers the same way you address your linkedin connections?)

Thankfully the folks at myclever Agency have put together the most epic guide to creating the perfect post for any social media platform. Whether your business is active on Facebook, Pinterest or even Vine, myclever Agency has compiled best practices for every type of social post. Plus, if you hadn’t noticed, this is their fifth iteration of the infographic… and it’s only gotten better with time.

Save it, pin it, even print it — I guarantee you’re gonna want to reference this later.

perfect post infographic

Embed this infographic on your site

Click Here For Original Source Of The Article

Ads by WOW Trk
"I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have."
~ Thomas Jefferson

About Henry Lake

Over 21 years of Internet Marketing experience with focus on list building. Enjoy sharing ideas with other marketers.

Check Also

What the Heck is GDPR? (and How to Make Sure Your Blog Is Compliant)

Ever get that feeling that something’s just waiting to bite you on the ass? A disturbance in the force that you just can’t put your finger on? You’re sure it’s not your anniversary? Your kid’s piano recital?   Maybe it’s the cable bill. Dammit. You can’t place what it is, but something’s waving a red(...)

The post What the Heck is GDPR? (and How to Make Sure Your Blog Is Compliant) appeared first on Smart Blogger.

css.php
%d bloggers like this: