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The Complete Social Media Post Checklist

Before you hit the Publish button or send an update to the queue, what do you do? Quite often, I find myself publishing instinctively and sometimes failing to consider all the necessary questions and guidelines for what makes a wildly successful, viral—and valuable!—social media update. To do right by your audience, to deliver the utmost value and receive the maximum engagement, there are a handful of qualifications that every social media post should meet. From our experience and our research, 12 items stand out, making for a super slick checklist. We’d love to share with you how this looks. The 12-Step Social Media Checklist Is the message educational or entertaining? Exclusive Bonus: Download a free PDF of the Social Media Checklist! 12 questions to ask before hitting send The foundations for this checklist come from a lot of the learnings we’ve had with sharing and scheduling to the Buffer social media channels. I loved this quote from Gerry: 1. 2. PositiveHelpfulActionable 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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