Have you ever wanted to cancel your social media accounts?
Just click that little button on Facebook or Linkedin and be free of the pressure, comparison, every changing rules, to focus on more organic marketing.
Well, before you do, I invite you to try one thing.
Try putting the Social back into your Social Media.
I recently had an insightful marketing appraisal from friend and colleague Dani Gardner.
After reviewing my various channels her number one piece of advice was to include more actual social content.
And, after looking back over my feed it came as no surprise that posts like this one, or this, get little to no engagement.
Whereas this one – wow! Comments, likes and a share galore.
And, you want to know the only difference?
I just took the actual content from that weeks Monday Morning Minute and shared on Facebook instead of posting a link.
Now, I keep getting referrals, but imagine how many more I could get if I just used the conversations and content that I’m already creating?
If you are sick and tired of playing the Social Media game, then I invite you to think of it more like a dinner party. What conversation are you really interested in engaging? You could even try broaching subjects that you don’t have all the answers for, just to create dialogue around others view points on the matter. I’m guessing, like me, you’ll not only begin to create some traction, you’ll have more FUN doing it.
Together is Better,
PS: If you have a few seconds, I’d love your like here on my FB Biz Page. This will give me a little extra nudge to bring you better content.
Iris Weaver says
I love this! Showing us your examples and their results is really helpful. Thanks!
Jason Stein says
Thanks Iris! More to come on the topic soon.
Danielle Gardner says
Ow Em Geez Jason!
I love this ????????????
So much grounded-ness, practicality and personality . . . which also makes your video entertaining 🙂
Thank you for the mention too, together is better ????????
Jason Stein says
Thanks Dani. You’ve inspired the post and I appreciate there are other marketeers out there that believe that business can grow in the slow lane.