Do you find it difficult to schedule your social media updates?

Do you ever ponder what makes certain posts popular that go viral?

It’s not hard to plan a witty update once in a while, but imagine the possibilities if you consistently nailed it.

What if you knew the exact formula for the optimal blend of social media content, though?

I imagine you want to make some immediate adjustments to the frequency, content, and timing of your posts.

Here’s where the training we just provided at our Bootcamp for Post Planners comes in handy. This week, I put into practise some of the suggestions made in week 2 (What, you didn’t watch it? Here, have a look:) Moreover, you can now make more precise decisions, building on the original idea.

Can you explain how you accomplish this? Easy.

Integrate proven content from other sources into your own media. The key is to vary the types of media you share, such as pictures, videos, links, and status updates.

More importantly, though, is developing a regular strategy for disseminating this material.

Is there a desire to acquire knowledge?

Read this summary of our most recent training and watch the video (at the bottom) to learn how to increase your social media engagement and start getting more clicks, likes, comments, and retweets.
Increasing the Number of People Who Interact with Your Social Media Posts Through Strategic Planning

My fishing analogy is the best way to describe how to spread your social media content.

You’ll need chum and baited hooks to really shine on social media and pique the interest of your fans and followers.

I’ll show you how to set up an AUTOMATED PLAN for your social media fishing so that you can be sure to send out an appropriate amount of chum and baited hooks. We’ll also cover methods for automating variety.

Come back with me to our fishing example

So, what’s the first thing you’re going to do when you get out there? You’re going to muddy the waters!

Any company that wants to succeed on social media must chum the waters in order to attract customers.

Visually appealing and interesting information that is shared among friends is called “chum content.”

Putting out chum lures fish to the boat. They start tearing into each other in a frenzied attempt to eat as much as possible.

Your friend content could be anything from a funny meme to a viral image.

As more people interact with your content, Facebook will take note that these users want to see more of what you’re sharing and will begin distributing it to a wider audience.

Indeed, it is imperative to recycle

We’re hooking ourselves on fully automated systems. They are AUTOPILOT, so once we add them we don’t have to worry about them again. We are constantly reintroducing them to the community.

Once more, this separates the batching of our chum creation into a fun, low-stress activity of its own.

The fact that I am regularly sending out baited hooks gives me peace of mind.

After that, I can go in once a week (or once every couple of days if I want to find the newest, hottest content) and plan out a number of friend posts at once.


See the full training replay video down below for clarification. See it now so you can begin arranging your social media posts for maximum interaction immediately.
Below are the four main points:

In order to catch fish, you must: 1. prepare chum and bait hooks
You can’t expect your audience to stick around without the chum (interesting visual content).

Facebook takes note of who interacts with your chum content (via likes, comments, and shares) and decides who else to show it to.

If you want people to keep coming back to your blog, landing pages, and/or website, you need to use hooks that entice them to do so. That’s how you’ll convert them into paying customers!
There is no requirement for you to manually prepare for these updates.

Use Post Planner’s PLAN feature to automate the process.

It’s easy to switch between posting chum and baited hooks at specific times throughout the day with just a few clicks.

As a next step, arrange your content to be published in waves.

With this system in place, you can rest assured that timely, relevant content will be distributed automatically.

Third, it’s best to create content in bulk.
If you create posts in bulk, you can save a lot of time.

Plan multiple chum posts, then multiple baited hook posts, etc., all at once.

Invest one hour per week into scouting out the best chum you can find and another hour into making and preparing your baited hooks.

Stop making it a hassle and batch it!

Consider reusing your evergreen content.
If you recycle your evergreen content, it will keep bringing people back to your site over and over.

By using Post Planner’s recycle function, you’ll only need to think about your evergreen content once.

It will work tirelessly to bring visitors back to your site, blog, or landing pages.

To avoid having to actively consider creating that content, set up some sort of automatic system.

You can rest assured that it is being sent out regularly and will keep people coming back to your site.