In business there’s a few big reasons to work on your flexibility.
Having the strength to be flexible in your day to day workings is extremely valuable. When you have flexibility you are less likely to feel over stressed, anxious, and flustered; all of which are huge negatives when you think about feeling those things while working with clients, yikes!
Things hardly go as planned, it’s just the way the cookie crumbles.
This is especially true with social media. Whether it’s your social media calendar that needs a quick re-arranging, an unexpected project has arised, or your recent marketing effort needs to be re-evaluated… stay calm and practice that flexibility.
As a social media manager with local Orlando businesses, we see quick changes regularly. It happens, it is life!
How can you keep a step ahead of your social media?
- Keep a backlog of content.
Having good content ready to fill a space is always useful.
- Maintain a written log of your available content.
I keep a digital log of the content I create. This let’s me 1) ensure no content waiting to go live is missed AND 2) easily evaluate ready to launch content for selection when quick changes scheduling are needed.
- Set aside time daily to review, create for, and interact with your accounts.
Use this as an opportunity to ensure no content needs to be made on the fly. If so, do it! If not, start engaging in real time with your online community.
Social media management is so important for ongoing social success.
Keeping your presence online active and meaningful will continue to put your business in front of viewers! You have an opportunity to build content that will educate and show off your abilities as a business.
These social channels provide premium opportunities to connect with potential clients while helping them know, like, and trust you.
It’s important to remember that social media is just a piece of the pie when it comes to successful marketing! Follow through on your plans. Don’t have any – we can help you set them up.
“Don’t dwell on what went wrong. Instead, focus on what to do next. Spend your energies on moving forward toward finding the answer.” ― Denis Waitley