In a Social Media Rut

by | Jan 26, 2023 | Social Media

When it comes to social media marketing, there is ALWAYS something to create. But sometimes it’s hard to put pen to paper or fingers to keyboard to do the dang thing. You may have content buckets and visual topics and still feel stuck. When this happens, here are quick tips to get your social media motor running:

  1. Dig into your insights, look at the top posts with the most “POST INTERACTION,” and create content similar to those posts.
  2. Create lists of things your audience needs to know.
  3. Scroll through an account you love (similar content or not) to spark some ideas. 
  4. TAKE A WALK! A quick digital detox can do some good, and you can start with a fresh perspective. 
  5. Read from a book, fiction or non-fiction; just getting other words into your head may help. 
  6. Brainstorm with a coworker.
  7. Write from a different point of view.
  8. Do a quick Google search for your industry in the news to see if you can find some current events related to your field.
  9. Review your StoryBrand Brandscript, if you have one, to remind yourself why you do what you do.
  10. Start with your images, graphics, or video. If the copy won’t come first, grab some related images and use those to spark some content ideas.
  11. Scroll and find trending audio/template for a reel that fits for inspiration.
  12. Research free resources (LIKE OURS) and use their prompts to create content.
  13. REPURPOSE! There are so many ways to do so. Add more insight, change the call to action, swap the photo out, or change the media type.

We hope that one of these gives you the inspiration you desire! If you still need help, reach out to us. Our team of content coordinators loves to brainstorm!

About the Author

Senior Content Coordinator | + posts

Ryann manages social media accounts and email marketing for our clients so they can focus on work while their social media and emails build their brand, develop customer relationships, and attract new leads.

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