Five Easy Social Media Thought Starters

by | Jan 21, 2020 | Content Creation, Social Media

Is improving your social media presence a 2020 goal? Many business owners know they need to use the various platforms to reach their goals, but when they sit down to write out their captions, they hit a roadblock.

They just don’t know what to say!

We have good news for you. We’re putting together a list of social media thought starters. The statements and questions will give you some great ideas that you can use as your craft your social media captions. Keep your eye out for more throughout the year!

  1. Where do you do your best work? Show your audience a photo of your workspace and let them know what you’re working on.
  2. What fuels you? Make it as light or as deep as you’d like!
  3. What’s something you tried, realized it might not have worked, and had to redirect?
  4. What’s something you’re proud of that could make you relatable to your clients?
  5. Share a testimonial from one of your projects or clients.

If you use any of these prompts, tag us (@stratoscreative) and we’ll come and comment on your post to help boost your engagement!

About the Author

Strategy & CEO at Stratos Creative Marketing | + posts

Julia Block is the CEO of Stratos Creative Marketing, helping business owners make sure their marketing strategies all work together to produce results and revenue.


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