1- Use the Power of Suggestion

Giving your audience big, flashing signs that say: “Hey, can you do this for me? It’s free!” Make it easy to tweet quotes from your article with Click to Tweet, or appeal to your readers.

2-Appeal to Your Audience with Colors

People respond subconsciously to colors. For example, yellow is often associated with optimism, while red is associated with passion. 

3 –Post a header for ALL your social media

If you will be active in more than one social media, you can use one design to unify all your platforms. For example, the header you use for your Facebook page can be the same header you use for your YouTube channel. All you need to do is to adjust sizes.

4 -Ensure your handles are consistent across networks

Just like with your profile photos, consistency is key when it comes to names and handles on social media. With photos, consistency is really about recognition. While that’s one reason to have consistent social handles—in this case, the real driver is searchability.

5 –Follow the one-in-seven rule.

This rule is where only one of every seven posts overtly promotes your business. The remaining six should be focused on sharing valuable content, including posts from the community. This doesn’t mean you can’t promote your business in those other posts; just be sure you pair it with great content.




Edeszann Maxie hails from Mobile, AL and has five siblings. She graduated from the University of South Alabama with a degree in psychology. She loves to travel and  loves helping others which is why she started this WOSB-certified business. Maxie’s background includes over 5 years of experience in marketing for Comcast and Atlanta braves. She is a certified social media marketing expert. 

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