Let’s face it. Social media’s tricky. It can be a huge time suck and leave you feeling completely overwhelmed.
However, I’ve learned how to navigate the delicate line between constructive and destructive social media “face time”. One word: AUTOMATION.
Why’s it important? Here are three reasons why automating your social presence now will make your life easier and give your business a better platform for sharing your mission with your market and community.
#1 | CONSISTENCY
When you’re sharing consistently, your audience will inevitably connect better with your message. By automating your social media presence, you’ll take the pressure off of thinking what to post on a daily basis. You’ll become a friendly face online and your tribe will want and expect to hear from you. Plan out your entire week, two weeks, or even a month in advance, and start to breathe a little easier.
#2 | STRATEGY
Social media started out as a way to hang out and be social online, but it’s quickly become an essential business strategy. If you have a business, it’s vital to have a functioning website and to show up on social channels. Consistency is part of a social strategy, as is what and how you’re sharing. By automating your presence, you can share in a more strategic way, and give those following along a reason to continue to support what you’re putting out into the world.
#3 | TIME
What would it be like to get hours of your time back every week? Automating your social media is like setting cruise control. You’re not absent from your accounts, but you gain control over when and how you’re sharing. Say hello to more time off your phone and behind your computer, and more time on other areas of your business and with your loved ones.
Now that we’ve figured out WHY it’s important, let’s take a few steps to get started with your social media automation. I’ve created a guide where I share 3 FREE ways to automate your business right now. Click here for instant access to the guide and let’s get started automating your social media presence!
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