As your health and finance blogger, I am always trying to find content that will bring happiness,savings tips,and other life saving tools. Here is a blog from Kevan Lee.
Spend 30 minutes to queue a day’s worth of epic content
How to spend the 30 minutes
- 5 minutes collecting stories
- 15 minutes reading
- 10 minutes composing and scheduling
- Digg Deeper
What this looks like
There’s an epic amount of fresh content to be shared. The key if you’re time-strapped is in finding the content that’s right for you and your audience. This is where tools come in.
Feedly can be a waystation for all the blogs you admire and enjoy. Nuzzle and Digg Deeper and Swayy are tools that bring you the content shared by your readers.
Here’s where the analyzing and planning steps overlap a bit. When you’re looking at these top-performing posts, check for these elements specifically.
- The type of post—Was it an image, a link, a video, or a status update?
- The timing of the post—When was the post published? (Even more helpful when looking over a long period of time)
- The content of the post—What words were commonly used in these updates?
- The formatting of the post—How does the post look? Check for punctuation, where and how a link was places, hashtag usage, etc.
By this point, you’ll have about 10 minutes left in your 30-minute window. Time to implement your ideas.
Take the common factors that you found from your popular posts, and integrate as many as possible into future tests with your content. For instance, if you discovered that link posts tend to do really well on Facebook, then you can edit some of your upcoming day’s content to be link posts instead of photos.
Make the changes, set your experiments, and you’re done!
Spend 30 minutes to listen, engage, and deliver happiness
How to spend the 30 minutes:
- 5 minutes to check your mentions
- 5 minutes to check your notifications
- 15 minutes to respond to questions and seek out VIPs
- 5 minutes to delight and be human
- Manage Flitter
- Email notifications
Email firstname.lastname@example.org how you spend your 3.5hrs per day in social media.