How To Plan Out Social Media Content Effectively

Are you using social media to its fullest potential?


You’ve heard this time and time again – that social media is king and how planning your content on various platforms is important in order to increase your engagements.


However… It's not easy to manage so many at one go.


Get this.


Planning a social media content calendar and evidently sticking with it is one of the best ways to see continuous growth.


A social media planner is crucial for any busy entrepreneur or social marketer.

Some examples of social media planners include:

  • Loomly - Content Planning, Creation, Publishing, and Calendar
  • SproutSocial - Social Publishing and Content Calendar

Social Media Planners are no doubt the best way to plan and organize upcoming content across various platforms… so discover how you can do it too and set up your own in Cartnetics!


Creating and posting content on the fly can be hectic… hence it’s much more efficient to dedicate a specific time in your workday to create, tweak, proofread, and schedule all posts that are meant to go up throughout the week.


In addition to making your workday less stressful, a social media planner can help you plan an effective content mix. You can look for opportunities to reinforce social messaging across platforms. Plus, you’ll be able to time your posts to reach the largest possible audience.


And I get it, planning out social media posts can be a lot of work, especially when you have multiple posts scheduled to go out throughout the week…


This is why this new feature we covered this week would be PERFECT for any entrepreneur who gets headaches just planning out their content!


You can now schedule all your social media posts and content with our all-new Social Media Planner feature!


Read on and we’ll guide you through the necessary steps to utilize the Social Media Planner feature and have all your posts ready at any given time.


If you want to be able to see how it works, you can go ahead and watch the replay from last week’s session down below:

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