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Top 3 Ideas For Creative Social Media Posts

Updated: Feb 21, 2022

If you've ever been stuck at what to post on your Facebook or Instagram page you'll like todays article.

I'm going to share with you 3 solid ideas for different, creative posts that capture your audiences attention and keep you in the forefront of their mind.

These are all selfie videos, so get ready to whip out the phone and start smiling!

The 'On The Job' Video

This is a video where you could be on the job site, with a customer or heading to a job.

You are talking to the camera about the job, giving some insights into a normal days work.

Feel free to crack some jokes, be yourself.

Practice so it becomes natural.

The 'My Story' Video

In this selfie video you are talking about yourself.

We're really building rapport now.

The more personal the better.

Everyone has a story, what's yours?

Were you ever homeless? Broke? A drug addict?

You're thinking "Jesus Alan, I want to promote my business not scare away customers."

Truth is people want to emotionally connect with you, and the more relatable and 'human' you are, the better they can do that. ​

If you do use a negative story, be sure to frame it as overcoming those hard beginnings, and end on an inspiring and empowered note.

The 'Slip Up' Video

This one has the potential to go viral.

Post a funny video of you or one of your staff making a mistake, wrecking something, doing something stupid, etc.

The more outrageous the better. ​

Add your own twists and ideas to these.

It costs nothing to create a social media and it costs nothing to post on social media.

There are no limits, you can post whatever you want, as often as you want.

It's a marketers dream and if you're a business owner, you're a marketer.

Need more tips?

Alan Frye

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