Trying to come up with an idea isn’t easy; what to eat, where to go, what to do. The same goes with content ideas.
We’re giving you 7 simple, yet killer and effective social media content ideas for each day of the week. So, let’s start off with everyone’s favourite day… ✨Monday✨
Monday’s a difficult day of the week for most people. After all, recovering from a weekend hangover is definitely not easy. So why not get back into it with a motivating quote to get the week started.
Here’s an example of what we’ve posted in the past:
Because who doesn’t love a quick tip?! This is a great way to teach your audience about something you’ve learned.
For example, #TechTipTuesday is a series we post every week. We highlight our favourite tips like tools to help you write a business plan and how to add music on Snapchat. Here’s more inspo you can gather from our full tech tip collection.
Blogs are a great way to expand your brand’s visibility. There are many different topics you could write about, informing and educating your audience on a product, service, or topic. You could even expand more on your tech tip, making it a longer info piece.
BONUS: Hit 2 birds with one stone —your blog content can be repurposed for social media posts!
People love to see visuals. Show your products or services in a video or a series of photos. You can show step-by-steps, or list and talk about the benefits you offer. Think of this as a show and tell with an emphasis on the show.
A great opportunity to help your audience understand what you’re all about.
People also like to see results! If someone leaves you a 5-star review or a generous comment, this is great content you can use. Simply re-create your written review into a picture that is eye-catching so that people can see that others recommend you.
Here’s what we’ve done:
Most social platforms have a comment section where people can voice their opinions. Asking something your audience can have a say in is a great way to generate engagement. You can get a sense of what the majority of your audience wants to see or is interested in, and build your content based on their answers.
Your content doesn’t have to be ALL work-based.
Following themes like ‘Sunday Funday’ is another way to connect with your followers. Disconnect from the work-life! Show a day-in-the-life, what you eat in a day, or what your workspace looks like as you prepare for Monday.
Ready to roll? Let us know what other ideas we should add to this list!