4 Social Media Guidelines Made Simple

By Stephanie Casimiro
Published on: February 26, 2021

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I’ve been writing about social media matters and instructing on how to grow your brand, and I want to review some very basic guidelines. Keep in mind that these are just the basics, but if you don’t master them, you’ll never be able to Pass Go and get into the meat of the subject matter. So, try to become proficient in these four areas and in the future, I’ll drill down on how you can gain even more exposure without breaking the bank or eating up too much of your valuable time.

Here are the four simple guidelines to keep in mind as you take your messaging to the market:

Getting your content properly distributed. Whenever you publish new material, on your website, newsletter, etc. use your social media channels to distribute that content out to the public. You’ll increase your initial traffic and gain visibility when your post is shared, all of which increases your SEO.

Re-distribute your evergreen material. Every week take a look at your old material, dust it off and update a few articles. Use your social media channels to distribute this content. Don’t get lazy and just post old, stale content or you’ll turn off your viewers.

Get involved in the discussion. Stay engaged in discussions about your material and jump into threads where you will be perceived as an influencer and thought leader. Again, you’ll gain visibility.

Live in the moment. The entire world is moving (or already has moved!) to real-time, with tons of platforms that support real-time experiences. Post live updates and offer first-person perspectives as you post with regularity. Live in the moment!

Please don’t take these basics for granted. It is the foundation upon which the rest of your campaigns will be based.

Stephanie Casimiro

Stephanie Casimiro

Stephanie is the founder of Designer Marketing Solutions, a specialist in online marketing services and brand management. She is a recognized leader in social media and analytical reporting data pertaining to online brand presence and recognition. Visit her at DesignerMarketingSolutions.com

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