Have you ever heard the saying, ‘Dance like no one’s watching’?
Well that’s the way you should be approaching social media.
Now, I don’t mean dancing naked in the shower while singing at the top of your lungs – that might be awkward. But you need to be smashing it at social media, even when it seems like there’s no audience there to watch.
Because here’s what people tell me – “Kerwin, why would I bother putting effort into Facebook posts, videos and blogs when I only have a couple of hundred followers?”
Well the reality is, if you don’t post consistently, no one will have a reason to follow you in the first place.
If you make a commitment to create consistent, real and authentic content that adds value to people’s newsfeeds, your audience will show up.
You want to be posting every single day across all platforms.
I get that for some people creating quality content that adds value can be a huge time investment to begin with, but you should at least be aspiring to post every day.
At the moment, we’re posting four to five times a day on Facebook and are constantly manipulating our distribution to find the right mix, but we keep it consistent.
One of the biggest mistakes people make on social media is that they’re inconsistent.
They put something up on Facebook once and then don’t bother to post again for weeks in between.
If you’re trying to grow your following (and you all should be) then you need to be posting frequently.
Because if you don’t give your audience something to regularly tune into to or engage with, then you’re not going to grow. It’s as simple as that.
But this is just one of the many hacks I have that will help you grow your following online.
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