Sometimes saving time on social media can be a lot easier than it sounds. Setting up custom tags is one of those things that can save a lot of time. And this is a request I get a lot from my clients. Tags can help your video rank in search results on YouTube, so they're pretty important. But they can take some time to type in every time you upload. What I suggest in this video is that you select the tags that are your most used, and applicable to the content you're posting, and set those as default.
It's a problem we all face eventually. It doesn't matter if you're a social media manager, or a solopreneur, we all need to find and share other people's content. And, eventually, we've all experienced having "run out" of things in the queue. (We'll talk about the 80-20 rule another time.) For now, I'll just say - I've been there. I know you've been there at some point or another. If you're like me, you've started scrambling.
I run a weekly Twitter Chat with my pal, Jill, from Spark and Influence. We have a ton of fun on the chats, and we've talked about everything from solopreneur finances to dealing with imposter syndrome.
There are 2 questions, though, that we hear a lot: 1. "How do you participate? I'm not sure what to do!" 2. "Do you use any tools to manage it all? The chats go too fast for me! I can't keep up!"