Rock social media in 30 minutes a day! (infographic)

I always tell clients that as long as they schedule themselves properly and get into a smooth routine, social media doesn’t have to take a lot of time to see benefits. I was ecstatic when I came across this infographic on a post on Social Media Today as it really nails it. As long as you have a decent strategy in place before you start, this is totally doable.

The only thing this doesn’t take into account is the actual creation of the content though – and of course, that’s an extremely important step. You should be reading, researching, sharing and commenting yourself on other people’s material as well – but you should do that anyway in order to actually and truthfully be a knowledge leader in your field. When you find good stuff, tag it, bookmark it, jot it down… just keep it in your “file” ready to be posted to your channels at some point. Once you have that content ready to go though, 30 minutes a day is all you need!

Rock social media in 30 minutes a day!

Rock social media in 30 minutes a day!

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4 thoughts on “Rock social media in 30 minutes a day! (infographic)

  1. gsjonuk

    Thanks for sharing this article, Jessica. I think it conveyed that having a plan gives people the structure they need to keep from being overwhelmed, which I think keeps people from being effective and sometimes from even participating. The need to have a social media plan or a marketing plan reminded me of a experience where I went to the Louve museum with my son a few years ago. With so much to see, it would easy to to be unfocused and susceptible to being bombarded. Fortunately, I experimented with a podcast I downloaded onto my ipod which told us where to go and what to see and gave us context on what we did see. That podcast was our plan for how we would visit the museum and removed the anxiety that I often feel when I explore a place to big to see in one visit.

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    1. Jessica Post author

      Thanks for your comments Greg. Planning and strategy are so important before starting … anything it seems! Great idea about the podcast :)

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