One thing you’ll probably find helpful at this stage is looking at different social media management tools. Not only are they great for your day-to-day management and scheduling, most of them also offer solid learning advice, tutorials, etc.
Scheduling your social media in advance saves you time. Dedicate a few hours to scheduling posts for the week or at the very least, drafting them out to finish later. You can still do impromptu posts of course, this just helps ensure you always have some content ready to go!
Choose a tool that will work for you and that you’ll use. You want something that allows you to schedule your social content, manage comments and messages, and that provides analytics. Many of these tools offer free options or at the least, free trials. There are lots out there, but here are a few we like:
What should you post?
This is a very common question, so you’re not alone if you’re unsure what to post on your own accounts.
Start jotting down the different types of posts you might make. Look at what other accounts you admire are posting and note the ones that resonate with you.