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15 New Social Media Templates to Save You Even More Time

15 New Social Media Templates to Save You Even More Time
Imagine having a quick and fast way to get up to speed with social media or to get your work done in less time (and with more confidence). When I’m in a pinch or into something new, one of the first places I turn is toward a template. I’ve built a stash of headline formulas, social media updates, and more to help organize my mind when it comes to working fast and learning something new. Templates can be a lifesaver and a time-saver. I have my favorite go-to templates, and I was also able to dig up a huge number of others, created by some really amazing folks who are generous to help us all work smarter. I’ve collected them here below. 15 Time-Saving Social Media Templates The list below is full of a variety of different templates, some helpful in a high-level way of organizing your marketing efforts and others in a specific area of social media marketing and sharing. 1. We built this social media report to be easy to fill with just a simple Buffer data export. Instructions: 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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Content Marketing Editorial Calendar Templates: The Ultimate List - Content Marketing Forum If you’re responsible for content within an organization, you need to plan out content for the upcoming weeks, months and year. This helps build alignment between teams and also keep writers accountable for their work. Based on Curata research, 90% of marketers are now using an editorial calendar. For high quality content marketing software with top-of-class calendar functionality, workflow and analytics, the Curata CMP content marketing platform is one of several options available on the market. There are also several excellent free templates available – included below.

blog.hootsuite Check out 15 Essential Tools to Better Manage Social Media for an updated post. There is an assortment of social media tools available for major networks like Twitter or Facebook, and, for those who are not too familiar with their functions, they may all sound the same. As a social media manager, you may find that trying to figure out a difference between a sentiment analysis and an online influence tool is taking up the time you could be spending mapping out a successful social media strategy for your business. Using Snapchat with WordPress to Reach Younger Audiences The point-and-shoot blink-and-you’ll-miss-it social network has serious appeal for socially savvy people and business owners, alike, particularly those who want to target the 13-34-year-old crowd. And, as always, when you add its unique benefits to WordPress, you get a solid marketing strategy and your business will be better for it. But I’m not to going to lie. Snapchat is sort of… weird. It’s not as intuitive (at least it wasn’t to me) as some of the other social networks out there.

How to Create a Social Media Marketing Plan From Scratch This post originally published on July 16, 2014. We’ve updated it here with new research and stats and a cool new infographic. When I went rock climbing for the first time, I had no idea what I was doing. Social Media Strategy Template - Hootsuite Are you ready to take action on your social media strategy after reading How to Create a Social Media Strategy: A 5-step Guide to Developing Your Social Media Presence? We’ve created the Social Media Strategy Template as a working template and companion to that guide, so you can roll up your sleeves and start: Aligning your social goals (like reach) to your business goals (like sales)Auditing your social presence (and understanding your competition)Developing a winning content strategy—and measuring its effectiveness The bonus? We’ve created the Social Media Strategy Template in PowerPoint format, so once you’re finished you can easily share it with your team or present your strategy to other departments and even executives.

5 Tips to Enhance Your Facebook Graph Search Ranking Do you want to know how to help your Facebook Page appear higher in Facebook search and beyond? With the new Facebook Graph Search, this is a good time to revisit your page. Here are five steps to make your Facebook Page more searchable and visible. The first three steps outlined below are for entry-level Facebook Page admins. If you’re certain that you’re already implementing the most basic best practices, skip ahead to step four.

Pablo 2.0: Create Social Media Images, Perfect for Everywhere Since we launched our Pablo image creation product in the spring, Pablo designers have created more than 500,000 images! And we’ve been excited to work toward making Pablo even more useful. Today we’re thrilled to announce Pablo 2.0, the simplest way to create beautiful images that fit every social network perfectly. We’ve expanded Pablo’s functionality to work with all social media networks – on top of Twitter, you can now create images with the perfect size and format for Facebook, Instagram, and even Pinterest. Ebook: 25 Actionable Social Media Strategies to Try Today We’re incredibly grateful to have the chance to learn from others and experiment for ourselves with what works best on social media. And we’re so very happy to share our best strategies with you! To collect all these favorite tips in one place, we’ve compiled our top 25 social media strategies into a free ebook that you can download below. We’ve included strategies for Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and more—all of which you can implement today, in just a few minutes and just a few clicks. Get your free copy of the Social Media Strategies ebook!

As explained in the previous section, an “app” is a Facebook feature that enhances your brand Page and your visitors’ experiences. Photos, Events, Likes, Contests, Maps, etc., are all Facebook apps (at ShortStack we call them Campaigns). Some are permanent parts of a Page, some are add-ons. How to Format Content for Sharing on Social Media I try to read as much as I can, and every morning I put aside 30 minutes to check out the latest posts from my favorite blogs and writers. In 30 minutes, you can only take in so much. Some posts I read thoroughly, others I open and close again within a matter of seconds. My favorite ones, I load into Buffer and share. Often, my decision to read a post and then subsequently share it relies a lot on the formatting: Is it easy to read? Can I scan through? Your Go-To Social Media Checklist for Your Next Update 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.

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