Posting on social media when you have the largest audience obviously makes sense.
You want the most eyes possible on your content, which can lead to more interaction, which can lead to the algorithm — because why just have things in chronological order, right? — putting your pages in people’s feeds more often. But, it also shouldn’t be just a blanket practice either.
Creator Studio has been around for most of the year on Facebook and Instagram, but I have been simply using the two as per usual until yesterday.
It was then that I literally scheduled one Facebook post on a page itself, went to another page to do another one and…the schedule option was gone:
This article in particular is going to pick on one network that’s particularly annoying when it comes to sizing: Twitter. There is so much difference, but there’s also a tip in here so stay tuned!
The thing about the written word is, you can plainly see it.
If you’re having a verbal conversation with someone, they aren’t seeing the spelling, grammar or structure of what you’re saying; none of it really matters in that case. When something is being read, however, that something is both seen and judged.
Knowledge is power, and always will be.
The thing about knowledge when it comes to promotion, though, is it still has to be executed well. Having the skills is obviously key, but if what you’re doing is missing the mark because your target audience can’t quite relate, you’re hurting yourself.