[Infographic] 5 Easy Steps To Create A Killer Social Media Strategy

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What's your social media content strategy like?

Simple, direct and easy to create each week? Or a complicated mess?

I get it. You could easily start off with a tool like MeetEdgar which lets you upload your posts once, then it "re-cycles" them for you.

But if you're a solopreneur on a budget, shelling out that kind of dough when you've got so many little business (and personal) expenses, it just adds up to be quite a bit more than you were hoping to spend each month.

Again, I get it. 

That's why I created this post. Know that the social strategy I'm sharing with you will take up to an hour of time commitment each week. If you're willing to spend a little more time than money on your social growth, then this post and infographic is for you.

(Okay, maybe you're like me and prefer to keep your hands in the inner workings of your business as much as possible.)

Let me preface by saying that there's so much noise out there telling you "how" to set up your social strategy.

Here, I try to cut through the crap and deliver a long infographic showing you how to set up that easy-to-replicate weekly strategy you've been looking for.

And without further adieu, here it is:

5 easy steps to creating a killer weekly social media strategy using an organized spreadsheet and Buffer. Click through to get the extra links, plus a free 45-page Content Planner, or Save this for later!

I hope you found this infographic and bonus content helpful!

Let me know what you think. Email me directly, or Tweet me @GoffCreative.


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