What the Bleep Am I Doing?! A Rebel’s Guide To: Managing Social Media (A Mini Series) Pt. 2

Hey everyone and welcome to this week’s What the Bleep Am I Doing?! Rebel’s Guide To This week I’m going to be continuing the Social Media Mastering series! This time I’m going to be talking about how to manage your content! It may be a smaller article, but still helpful! So let’s get started, shall we?

Managing your content

This one is probably the easiest out of everything.  Yet it can also be the most taxing. Depending on what you are using the social media platform for ie. Cosplay, Writing, Photography, etc. is what you will be posting. Some niches are easier than others. But there’s a tip that I strongly recommend heeding. And that’s having a backlog of your posts. What I mean by this is when you get new content make sure to save it because when weeks past or months past and you don’t have something to post right at that moment for whatever reason, you’ll have that backlog to fish from. It’s a lifesaver trust me.

Another thing that will help you is, if at all possible, have a day during the week where you make a lot of content. This is extremely helpful if you can’t always make content every day. Like if you’re a cosplayer and perhaps a not yet well known one, you won’t be able to cosplay every day. So this tip works really well. But if you’re a writer or photographer it’s much easier to roll out those awesome posts each day without finding yourself short of content.

How was that my friend? I’d love to hear your guy’s thoughts! Or maybe you want to exchange some different insights I’d love to hear those too!

Well, that’s all for now…

Rebel Fae out!

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