Making your social media life easier.

This tip has been successful for other businesses with their Social Media life. Best of all it is simple and easy to do.

Write out your statuses in advance. Write out your messages for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or another Social Network prior to posting.

Take out a piece of paper, write the days of the week (some people only post Monday-Friday) and determine how many times a week and which days you will post. You may decide to post more than once a day and only three times a week. This is the time to decide. Then write out the statuses.

Some people find it easy to have a set schedule such as the following:

Monday: Post a blog

Tuesday: Post a resource (video, link, someone else’s blog, pdf)

Wednesday: Ask a question to your audience

Thursday: Tip or best practice or information

Friday: Quote or saying or promote someone (On Twitter it would be called Follow Friday)

Once you have it all down on “paper”, you can either do it yourself or hire a Virtual Assistant or a Social Media management console like to post for your daily.

Warning: Advance statuses do not mean that your Social Media marketing is complete. Social media be social. This means you still need to make time every day to interact with others. Make comments on their comments, start discussions, respond in real time, and build relationships.

Author's Bio: 

Candy Sugarman earned her degree in Psychology from U.C.L.A. and worked in a variety of industries utilizing a wide-range of skills, for the last two decades. She began her virtual assistant practice in 2007 by offer real estate agents administrative support and internet marketing. Intrigued by the increase in popularity in Social Media, Candy earned her Certification in Social Media marketing from VA Classroom. With a love of learning, she quickly sought out and obtained her certification in Social Network Design, Online Video skills and as well as Virtual Event Specialist Certification.

With a deep desire to help entrepreneurs and small business owners understand and master online marketing, she created PlayBig Online Marketing. Due to the fast-paced changes in the online marketing world, she is able to use her ability to adapt and learn quickly to offer the very latest and best to her clients. Never content with the status quo, she is always searching and learning ways to improve processes, systems, and create automation whenever possible to deliver to her clients the very best in an efficient and successful manner.