Trying to grasp the ins and outs of a solo business isn’t easy, but there are ways to help alleviate some of the responsibilities that come with a thing like social media marketing.
So you’ve managed to start your own business, and now you’re trying to tackle the marketing aspect of things. Trying to grasp the ins and outs of a solo business isn’t easy, but there are ways to help alleviate some of the responsibilities that come with a thing like social media marketing.
That’s why today I’m going to show you three tools that you can use to help alleviate the stress of managing social media, and then we’ll take a look at an awesome social media cheat sheet infographic that will help you understand the secrets of these illusive platforms.
2 Major Tools For Social Media Management
There are plenty of tools out there designed to help you better, but today I’ll show you three of my favorites to help your solo business function like a much larger one.
I absolutely love Buffer for being simple and incredibly effective at keeping your social media profiles in check. This tool allows you to schedule your posts on a variety of platforms up to a week in advance. You can also repost content that did really well to maximize its potential.
This funky acronym stands for “If This Then That” and it’s a great tool for automating much of your social media efforts. When something happens, you can integrate this tool to react accordingly. It also connects with Buffer to make things even easier.
Say you want to send out a tweet every time you publish a new post. Tellto do so, and it will handle that part for you.
Controlling the Chaos of Social Media (Infographic)
Social media management can be daunting for a solo business, but it doesn’t have to be. With these tools and the information contained in the infographic below, you’ll have everything you need to be a social media rockstar!
Let us know how you’ve managed to bring your social media efforts under control in the comments below!
Thank you Mathew Banner for sharing Social Media Marketing For a Solo Business (Infographic) with Mompreneur Media