I often get asked the question, how often should I be posting.
Firstly this will always ring alarm bells, mainly because it no doubt means the person or business asking the question aren't posting enough, the main alarm bell though is the fact that when I give them the answer they're looking for it's going to scare the living shit out of them.
To really get a good amount of traction going on over time you need your audience to be seeing your content, so the question should be, do I have enough time to be posting enough.
For example, instagram requires 3 posts a day, twitter in reality needs 4 every single hour, facebook at least 12 times a day etc. etc. So, perhaps you need to approach your social in a more structured, planned and consistent way of giving value with your brand.
Start thinking about the value you’re giving, how you’re giving that value etc. Are you maximising the use of video, visuals etc. etc.
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I've had so many clients come to me after (sometimes multiple!) failed attempts to DIY their websites. They've spent countless hours fighting with hosting set up, website templates, and image editing software.⠀
And all they have to show for their hard work is a half-finished website that they're embarrassed to share and doesn't attract business.⠀
Working with someone who is experienced with creating websites makes everything EASIER - and beyond just the practical design and tech stuff. I'm able to offer advice and direction on so many website-adjacent things, like SEO, email lists, or integrations with third-party systems.⠀
I even make suggestions that my clients would have never even thought about, and those things end up being the thing that changes everything for their business.⠀
When you hire a website designer, you're not just hiring a code monkey or a pixel-pusher - or at least, you shouldn't be! You're hiring support and expert guidance to get you where you want to go!
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