Social media is a great way to keep in touch with your followers, but it can also be a lot of work. That’s why we’ve put together this list of killer content ideas that will help you create posts that get shared on social media and attract new followers.
A question related to your industry
- What is the question?
- Why is it relevant to your industry?
- How can you answer it?
Milestones are important. It’s a great way to engage your audience and let them know how far you’ve come in life, which can help boost engagement on social media. For example, if you’ve recently bought a new car, share about it! Or if you’re celebrating an anniversary with someone special (like an anniversary or birthday), share about that as well! Milestones are also great because they give us something to look forward to—it’s exciting knowing exactly when we’ll achieve this thing we’ve been working towards all along. So get creative! We’ve put together some of our favorite milestone ideas below:
Trending news articles
When it comes to social media, content is king.
You can post all the trending news articles you want, but if they’re not relevant to your business and audience then they won’t be effective. This means that in order for your posts on social media to be successful:
- You need to find relevant articles that are going viral right now. If there’s nothing interesting happening in your industry (or even just locally), then you’ll have a hard time getting people interested in what’s happening on social media from “your side.”
- Don’t be afraid of clickbait headlines! Clickbaiting has been around since the internet was invented because it works—people love reading about things that seem like an exciting surprise or discovery when they open up their newsfeeds every morning/night/weekend/yearly…and so do advertisers who want their products or services mentioned alongside whatever new thing went viral overnight so everyone knows how awesome those products are!
GIFs are a great way to add humor and relevance to your posts. They can be used as a stand-alone post, or they can be incorporated into other content types such as videos or text posts.
GIFs are also an easy way to show off the personality of your brand because they’re so visual, which makes them fun for people who love visuals in their lives!
User-generated content (UGC) is a great way to get more engagement on social media. UGC can be anything from photos, videos and posts to blog posts, reviews and stories. It’s also a great way to get more followers because people will want to follow your brand if they like what you’re doing!
UGC can help you increase sales too by showing up in the first few results when someone searches for something related to your business or product line.
An “on this day” post
An “on this day” post is a great way to engage your audience and increase brand awareness.
It’s also an opportunity for you to share something special with them that they won’t see every day.
- Share photos from your day at work (or some other time in your life) with a caption about what happened that day or how it made you feel.
- Tell them about the first time someone ever complimented or appreciated something about themselves, whether it was their appearance, skillset or personality traits; share this story with them via social media and see if anyone else shares theirs as well!
Focus on a specific area of interest that your followers can relate to and share tips about it.
- Focus on a specific area of interest that your followers can relate to and share tips about it.
- Share content related to the category you’re talking about, but make sure it’s not too generic (e.g., “I used this product and my hair is so shiny now!”).
- If possible, try to find an angle that isn’t mentioned in the headlines or descriptions of the videos on YouTube – this will help you stand out from other brands who are already competing for attention online.
Having a social media calendar for the month will make posting content easier.
One of the best things you can do to help your business grow is post content on social media. If you’re not regularly posting, it’s likely that people aren’t visiting your site or following you on Twitter and Instagram.
Having a social media calendar for the month will make posting content easier, especially if you’re using an app like Hootsuite or Buffer that allows users to schedule posts in advance. A social media calendar helps you plan ahead by allowing you to see which days are good for posting new updates—and when they should be posted during weekdays versus weekends.
If this sounds like too much work for now, don’t worry! You can save yourself some time by creating templates for each day of the week (or month). This way, all of those pesky details about what time/day works best will be handled automatically so there’s no need for any guesswork later down the line when it comes time again around those important dates such as holidays or special events outside regular hours where no one wants anything distracting happening around them either before getting started doing whatever else needs doing first before starting off somewhere else entirely new again after going home from work hours earlier than usual due solely because someone forgot something important while cleaning up after dinner prep tasks had taken place earlier today instead since cooking wasn’t done yet yet either since no one remembered until after everyone left home together late last night so everyone felt bad leaving early without knowing why everything got done faster than usual despite having planned ahead well enough beforehand; thus causing stress upon themselves due lackadaisical attitude displayed towards remembering tasks properly during those moments where laziness tends towards becoming prevalent amongst people everywhere including myself myself myself…
There are a ton of different ways to use social media, but if you can’t find what you want on Twitter or Facebook, try searching for it in Google Search. For example, if you are looking for a recipe but aren’t sure what kind of food will go best with it then type “cookbook recipes” into Google and scroll through the results until you find one that interests you!