Would not you like to know if they were doing something wrong in the media, so you can stop wasting your time and start to create compelling content online that produce tangible results? Well, the best way to know if you're doing something wrong is by tracking your efforts over the media and the organization of their results so that you can see where we are seeing success and we are seeing poor performance. When you select the ineffective patterns, you can begin to make changes and develop models of work at all times and at all times.
Here are five steps to follow up their efforts to social media and organizing them:
Step 1: Choose a departure date to start tracking your efforts. (Hint: Start today, and not put it off any longer!)
Step 2: Create a social calendar publishing media.
Similar to a blog editorial calendar, a calendar social media will help you plan the various positions in social networks, at various times during the day. When you have time and the variables subject rather than on paper, you can begin to see patterns and develop an understanding of what works and what does not.
A good way to manage their social media efforts is by creating an editorial calendar of each week. This should not take much time and help during the week when you superbusy and have no time to sit and think about what your next post media approaches.
Step 3: Follow the calendar.
If you are not disciplined and stick to your schedule of social networks, the results are not accurate. Therefore, you will not be able to extract any data pattern.
Step 4: Create a spreadsheet tracking.
We love to use Microsoft Excel spreadsheets to track and organize our efforts in social media.