Social Media Checklist

Maximize Your Online Presence With Our 40+ Point
Social Media Checklist!

Social media marketing can be very powerful for growing your audience, building your brand, and converting leads. But more often than not, managing all your platforms feels like you are taking random shots in the dark.

Our massive checklist provides you with a straightforward process to help you…

What’s Inside The SEO Tech Social Media Checklist?

Before you download our checklist, here’s a sneak peak of what you’re getting:

40+ Items To Check

These cover the four most important platforms for most businesses: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.

Profile Image Dimensions

Ensure that you are using the best-sized images for all of your social media profiles.

Linking Basics

Learn the best way to maximize the authority of your social media pages for SEO.

Posting Velocity

Determine if you are posting the ideal number of times per day on each platform (hint: you’re probably not!).

Branding Best Practices.

Are you using each platform to its fullest extent for the purposes of building your brand.

Audience Engagement

Gauge how well you are responding to and engaging with your audience’s comments, shares, and more.

Taking Action With Our Social Media Checklist

Once you’ve completed all 40+ items on the checklist, you can assess your results. Any questions that you answered “no” are areas of improvement. You want to address as many of these as possible, keeping this advice in mind:

#1 Prioritize Your Efforts

Keep in mind that some are going to require more effort than others. We encourage you to prioritize your efforts by focusing on the low hanging fruit first. That is, tackle the items that are easiest to implement and will have the greatest impact on your social media presence. For example, if you have the biggest following on Instagram of all your channels, start the bulk of your efforts there in order to see the quickest gains.

#2 Pace Yourself

Social media management can be a full-time job. The average small business owner spends about 6 hours per week just growing their online presence. It can feel intimidating, so try to make progress in small increments. Instead of committing to post on all of your channels every single day, for example, you might start by just posting on one channel per day.

#3 Partner With a Pro

Some aspects of social media management are more time consuming or difficult than others. Don’t feel the need to do it all yourself. If any aspects take more time than you have to spare, consider if it might actually be more profitable to you to hire a professional social media management team for some of the tasks.

Simplifying Your Social Media Efforts Is Just a Checklist Away!

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