8 Tips to Improve Your Social Media Performance

Comments: 11

  • Ishan says:

    #1, #1, #1!

    That is one that many people always forget. Setting up automatic sharing is not quality content. You need to be engaged and provide valuable advice to audience!

    Regarding asking a question, it is important to not ask a simple “Yes/No” as there is a possibility that many people will answer “No” and never act!

  • Stephan says:

    Thank you Michelle for those advices simple yet smart :)

    I would add a ninth tip : spend time and persist !

  • Andreea Dascalu says:

    Thank you for these great tips, Michelle! I’ve noticed how visuals have a much greater impact than plain words and it’s definitely something that I try to use as often as I can in order to engage more people.

  • Mark Ross says:

    #1, #7, #8, actually every number is great and has an interesting point. Thank you for sharing those.

  • This is some great advice, I think that all of these points are very important! I think #2 is really important because you don’t want to seem uninterested in your fan base by not posting any engaging content and just posting “buy our stuff” every few hours, that’s not how you should be running a page. Make your fans keep coming back for more. Have quality content that they can share with friends, which is why #7 is important. In this day and age, people love sharing picture they see online and some really good ones can go viral in days. #8 is important as well because you have people operating on different daily schedules so make sure that you get everyone to see your content.

  • Jae Rustia says:

    I love the “Ask an open-ended question” I usually leave something they need to ponder, to think through or a hanging question so they will leave a comment themselves, maybe return to my page to check out if they answer it right or to see the other answers

    i also agree with the images thing, the higher the resolution the higher the chances that it will be re tweeted, pinned, liked and even share, if you use pixelated boring images no one will care, they will just ignore it

    • Michelle says:

      Asking open-ended questions definitely works! So is using beautiful images to go along with your social media updates like Facebook, blog, Pinterest, G+, etc… People love them and they’re more likely to engage with you. Thank you, Jae and guys here, for leaving a nice comment. Best luck!

  • Awesome post! I’m doing most of what you suggest so maybe I’m doing something right? lol I will work on the ones I’m not doing!

  • Terri-Anne Nell says:

    Great Article, thank you. What appears to be a complex social media universe is not once broken down simply with a clear vision in place. Thanks again!

  • This is a very interesting article about social media strategy. Big thanks !

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