Marketing Mistakes You’re Making – Not Posting Because you don’t have time.

Marketing Mistakes You’re Making – Not Posting Because “I Don’t Have Time”

I Don’t Have Time, I hear it a lot. I understand that you’d rather be creating than worrying about posting on social media. It’s time consuming to find a strategy, schedule and theme. Not to mention actually creating content.

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Luckily, there are a number of free and easy-to-use tools out there that make this task much simpler so that “I don’t have time” can’t be an excuse.

Tools for scheudling:

Buffer and Hootsuite are both popular options, allowing you to auto-schedule posts and shorten links. That way you can take care of an entire week of posts (across all your social media platforms) in one sitting. At SDS, we use Later to schedule posts across most of our platforms.

Tools for content creating:

There are plenty of free and cheap tools to also help with content. If you’re looking for web-based and apps that produce quality results quickly, you might want to check out Canva or Adobe Spark. Apps like this contain thousands of free templates to ensure you can make quality content quickly.

“I don’t have time” isn’t an excuse to not post. Growth takes time for everyone who is creating great content, they are putting in a lot of time.  If you need additional help creating, strategizing or organize a content marketing strategy, you can hire a marketing strategist to help out!

Need further guidance? Contact SDS today. Fill free to utilize our online contact form here and a Marketing Specialist will follow up!

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