If you are doing any decent amount of social media marketing for your own business, or for others, you’ve probably already tried a scheduling system or two to help with the workload. Maybe you’ve felt it’s wrong to schedule content and you gave up? Or maybe you just didn’t find the right social media scheduler for your needs. Because I believe in responsible scheduling of content (please note, this is not content automation), I have tried many different scheduling systems. Some work with one platform, others with many. From my experience, all of the different scheduling programs have their benefits, it’s a matter of which scheduling process works best for you and your workflow.
for many businesses, especially consultants, summer is traditionally a slower time for business as many clients are on vacation themselves, or herding their children off to summer activities. As a social media consultant, I definitely see a major slow down over the months of summer and I try to use that time wisely. My approach to posting on social media during vacation has varied over the years: sometimes I post during vacation season and sometimes I don’t. What should YOU do?