The holiday season is upon us. For many people a period of rest and reflection. But that doesn’t mean you can send your social media activities on vacation. Most importantly, during this time, you consistently work on your social media policies and continue to create content. Does that affect your organization? Or is your head already on holiday or is there just not much happening, so you have less inspiration? Here are 15 ideas for social media content to avoid a summer slump.
Inspiration guide to developing content
Away with excuses for crowds, the weather is nice or the target group is not online because it is vacation time. The summer period is precisely the period to reach your target group and new followers. For the creation process Click Dimensions can give you a nudge in the right direction with the infographic below.
Let the creativity flow
It is a visual full of inspiration to create content for, for example, your Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or LinkedIn page. Think of a look behind the scenes, testimonials from your customers or a summer greeting. Share articles or blog posts published on your website or develop an e-book or whitepaper. Create messages to recruit new employees or announcing products and services expected in the fall. Or share content from others. Think of that customer who is enthusiastic about your product or service or relevant news items or articles within your industry.
Not every type of content is suitable for every social media channel. In addition to the ideas for content, the infographic also provides tips on which type of content is suitable for the aforementioned platforms.
Do you want to gain inspiration to make good use of the summer period on your social media platforms? Then scroll down to see all 15 content creation ideas. Click on the image for a larger copy.
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