#1 Social Media Mistake or the Cost of Doing Nothing

Tell me if this sounds familiar.

You have big plans for your social media. You’re pumped! You’re committed! You’re so jazzed about it that you’re posting every day. Good for you, right? Except that sooner or later (rather sooner), you get burned out. You get busy. You run out of ideas. That daily social posting goes from being exciting to being a chore. So you write less. And less. And less. And then you just sort of stop altogether.

The scary thing is that this scenario is more realistic than you may realize.

Just think, how long have you been in this hamster wheel with Facebook marketing that doesn’t bring a high enough ROI or LinkedIn “strategies” that just turn out to be a huge waste of time?

If you keep doing what you’ve been doing for the past year, 2 years, or 5 years and nothing has changed…then how can you expect the next few years to be any different?

It’s important to understand there is a cost of doing NOTHING.

So do something about it. Take control. Make a change.

The solution?

Start out simple, with one social update per week (the more, the better, of course). Can you manage that? If not, two a month is totally acceptable.

As time goes on and you build up a solid library of posts on DigitalOcto, you can pretty much set it and forget it – rest assured that your social media updates are actually getting taken care of.

DigitalOcto’s library of posts divided into manageable categories is what sets us apart. They keep your content organized and make it easy for you to schedule the right type of content at the right time, without having to schedule each post by hand. 

Other social schedulers delete your posts once they’re posted – DigitalOcto saves them forever. As time goes on and you build up a solid library of posts on DigitalOcto, you can let DigitalOcto post for you, without you having to do anything.

The sooner you start filling out your schedule, the better, so don’t tell yourself you’ll get to it later — give it a look right now!

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