Social media can be a great way to connect with your audience, but it can also be overwhelming when you’re trying to come up with new things to say. And if you’re like most business owners, maybe you’re not even sure what topics are appropriate for social media.
We’ve put together five prompts that will help get the creative juices flowing and help you stay on track with posting consistently without feeling overwhelmed!
When you’re stuck and don’t know what to write about, ask yourself “What do I do?”
If you are having trouble answering these questions or coming up with answers that feel genuine or engaging, try asking yourself some more specific ones:
What are my hobbies/interests?
How does what I do make me feel?
Tell us about something funny, embarrassing, or strange that’s happened recently in your business.
You don’t have to tell a story that makes you look good—for example, telling us how you were able to get a customer to buy your product might not be the most exciting thing to share. But it is still valuable information and can be helpful for others who are struggling with getting their own customers interested in purchasing their products (or services). One way of making this type of post interesting is by using humor—tell us about a funny situation that happened while working on this project! Or maybe an embarrassing moment where you realized your mistake too late? If we’re laughing along with you then we’ll feel more connected with your brand than if all we hear are facts and figures without any personality behind them.
If you’re struggling to come up with something to post, here are some prompts to get you started:
Sometimes, writing on social media can be overwhelming. You have to come up with the right subject matter and then find the perfect words to express it in a way that’s engaging, persuasive and memorable. It’s easy to get bogged down by all of these factors, which can lead to writers block and ultimately not being able to post anything at all!
Luckily, there are some simple strategies you can use that will help alleviate some of your stress. These include things like creating a schedule or having an editorial calendar set in stone before you even start writing content for your posts. This allows you to plan out each week ahead of time so that it’s not as stressful when it comes time for posting day. Additionally, setting aside specific times each day where only social media is allowed can also help reduce anxiety levels related towards getting everything done!
We hope that these prompts help you get back on track with your social media posts! If you’re still feeling stuck, we can always work together and come up with something great for your brand.
Part of The Digital Maze Group