Instead of posting every day, focus time on creating higher quality content that’s posted less often, say once each week.
The same amount of content that was produced every two days in 2010 is now produced every two minutes.
There is no rule of thumb for post frequency—it’s imperative to put quality before quantity and test approaches to frequency and time of day.
Use this post to spark a conversation with your patients about digital eyestrain, uncovering a visual need they may not realize they have.
Almost half (46%) of consumers say user-generated content is a great way to discover new products.
Content shared by employees generates 8 times more engagement.
Eyecare practice Dr. Tavel Family Eyecare spotlights employees regularly on their social media pages using a simple picture of the employee, and then explaining in the caption what role the employee holds and how they contribute to the company’s success.
Of smartphone owners keep their phone within arm’s reach 88% of the time
Times per day the average person
touches their smartphone
The average times per day millennials check their phone
1 in 3
Mobile minutes is spent on a Facebook platform
The digital toolkit assets provided are sized properly for mobile at a 1:1 aspect ratio (square). When the assets are shared on social, they will take up a significant share of a mobile screen and create a more visual experience for mobile users.
Design for Sound Off
Use visual cues like text and captions when using video so followers can understand the content without sound on.
Frame Your Visual Story
Make sure your social media assets are designed with mobile in mind—utilizing square (1:1 aspect ratio) assets on Facebook and Instagram.
Experiment to Learn
Rarely is a first draft a final draft—experiment with different images, text overlays and copy to see what your makes your followers engaged.
Metrics like impressions, clicks and video views are important, but look beyond quantity and track quality metrics like comments, video completion and engagement rate (engagements/impressions).
Benchmark your metrics on a monthly, quarterly or yearly basis so you can track the overall success of your content year-over-year—using your own success as a starting point for improvement.