How to find content inspiration has to be THE most popular question I get asked alll of the time.
Everyone thinks they have nothing to talk about, when in fact there is so much right in front of you. You just need to know where to look and stop thinking what you have to say is boring!
My main piece of advice for any type of social media post is to keep it simple and share one thing at a time.
Here are my top 3 ways to keep producing posts your audience will actually want to see:
Are there certain questions you’re asked all of the time? Turn the answers into some social media posts. There are guaranteed to be more people who will want to know the answer.
2. Post Insights
Make it a habit to check your insights. It’s full of lots of useful information. For the purpose of this post, I want you to look at the posts that got the most engagement (likes, comments, shares, saves etc.) and see if there is a particular theme or style of post in common.
You can then use this information to create more of what resonates with your audience.
Yep, the most simple, yet underused research method by most people. A good way to ensure you’re always providing valuable content is to just ask your audience what they like to see or what they would like more of.
Stories are a great way of doing this and you can collate some valuable information to help with your content creation in the future.
So these are 3 quick and simple ways to try. Remember, everything is a content opportunity if you put a creative spin on it 😉
If you need help with this, don’t forget I offer a range of “Learn from Me” Services to get those creative juices flowing.