7 Fun Social Media Ideas

In this time and age, it takes more than just building social media plans by the book – the common ideas are posting photos, generating Q&A ideas, interacting with users by responding promptly and liking, reacting to their post, commenting back something witty and generous. These are great ideas but with the competitive world today, especially in social media, we have to constantly adapt and create a collective voice, that’s the first key.

Second, is to elevate the ideas and turn them into something fun, and that’s what we’re going to discuss. 7 ideas to make your social media content fun:

  1. Put your followers on the spotlight

If you’ve seen Instagram stories, posts along with twitter is that they commonly mention their user’s post and come up with a heartfelt comment and in return this creates a bond between you and the user, it may sound cheesy at first, this bond will ultimately help you garner attention since one follower and his/her contacts will get the attention of your content and will check out your page, it multiply and grow.

It may sound experimental at first but it’s worth a try, one or two can make a difference. It’s a fulfilling accomplishment to have one feel validated, it’s rewarding knowing you have an impact and your social media has a voice that adds to a dialogue whatever you’re putting.

  1. Hold A Giveaway or a Contest

Going an extra mile peaks the interest of your followers, it generates your followers’ attention to follow your page, whether you’re promoting an event or selling a product, #2 is a must because it attracts more followers but don’t do it for the sake of seeking the numbers – do it because you love them back and appreciation finds its way, it encourages users and their friends to look at your page because you have great to offer, it’s a positive mindset that turns infectious in a proactive, meaningful way.

  1. Behind-The-Scenes photos

Client engagement is one of the essential aspects of social media account, it keeps your presence in the community constant and keeping a relationship between you and your clients smoothly projects your relevance. Posting behind-the-scenes photos adds to client engagement, it adds an assurance and transparency that becomes reassuring you’re legit and it inspire and influence your followers who want to follow the same suit as you do.

Behind-the-scenes photos not only engage your followers but it projects an image that meet your demographics’ expectations.

  1. Use emojis

Another aspect of social media branding is emoji, incorporating it with posts adds another layer on your image and helps you to have a certain template and allow the users to have an idea that you’re not monotonous and have an actual personality which again adds a voice to your brand.

  1. Tem up with another brand

I briefly mentioned this in prior article in regards on social media ideas on influencer, an influencer has its limits and can reach a certain amount of following but another brand would allow to create ideas and new demographic which allow you to come up with content ideas that would flock more followers and at the same time, it elevates your page and makes you more credible.

Collaboration posts with another page allow you attract followers from your collaborator and in a way, it helps you

  1. Put Personal Posts

Image is everything, adding a face on your brand matter after a point that you’ve gained a reputation makes a natural step to become a role model, create a presence of you as the face. It has to be you reinforces the personal angle on your post, it makes you sincere and become influential and attract more followers.

  1. Create A Solid Marketing Plan

Focus on one angle, what would be your theme? Your color scheme, what is your timetable and budget, schedule are factors to create a good plan that is fixed and focused, it helps you understand your client, organize your plans in a meticulous way, this approach helps you get a grasp on areas to market your brand and service.

Sure, there are endless documents (excel and word files), it’s a good practice that help you stay focus and adjust ideas and look out for weakness that needs to patch up.

BONUS: Post more trivial content

The challenge is it can be redundant but with the right word by keeping it concise, seamless, say write one or two sentence that you can sum up trivia about your work know what kind will you be posting help and if you can word them in your own way helps it.

5 Social Media Myths To Consider

Social Media has been a staple in in our lives in this day and age: we use mainly to communicate, share our activities, sometimes we keep tabs on posting jobs since most employers have been scouting for potential employees suitable for the job.

Business outfits and budding entrepreneurs has used social media as a home to promote and sell their product and thanks to messaging features, it has become accessible to communicate, social media has becomes closer and for that notion is a curse, and myths that create assumptions and entitlement of closeness, the idea of people would follow you just because we amazing content or something witty to say.

Myth in Roland Barthes terms are a set of commonly assumptions draws from societal and cultural context, and in social media terms, having an account validates one’s existence and that’s why people within that space are consistently active and unfortunately, it takes one to succeed for social media.

Here’s 5 myths you want to consider:


  1. Having the need to create a lot of social media accounts

The agony of having multiple social media accounts is the pressure of creating to follow people and to stay relevant, you’ll be wasting a lot of time keeping tabs on others’ activities, and honestly not everyone spends a lot of time on social media as much as you do – others may have the same sentiment as yours, some keep these accounts for job and career reasons, it may be true because it happens their co-workers and colleagues communicate for status report of their work.

The solution to this dilemma is to take around 3 accounts that people commonly use.

  1. A Huge Amount of Followers is equal to Success

Virtually, you can have thousands of friends to invite to like your page or follow you, numbers should project that you are successful and relevant and from a business or career perspective, it’s the demographic or target audience that needs to be focus in order to meet your goals and fully actualize your endeavors.

  1. Big Results will come out in 3-6 months

3 to 6 months has become a running gag these days, projected expectations are at high if one forget its demographic by setting goals and expectations. You have to ask, who is your audience? From there, you can definitely have an idea what kind of material you’ll be posting, your general followers come and go but your target audience will remain and anticipate your material that you’ll be posting.

  1. You Got The Right Demographic/Target Audience!

Congratulations! You’ve hit the jackpot but not close enough. Upon realizing your target audience, you have an edge but here’s the catch: trends change, fads change and technology changes every now and they, say in a feature of creating a content for social media requires understanding its updates, knowing what’s in or  new. Needless to say, it’s a combination of research and adapting to technology which you should Utilize.

  1. Feedback

There are thousands of comments that sprung from your followers, it’s hard the fact you have to follow each of them and sometimes we to ignore them and just move along. Listening to your followers may do you a favor on using those words as an idea of things to consider on creating content and who knows, their output would definitely motivate you do more and succeed! Customer is always right is the motto that is brutally honest.

To close the discussion regarding myths, social media’s ability to connect with the world is we forgot and we must make the most to communicate with the tools in disposal. We must not rely and depend, be beholden on set-ups, expectations, templates that shackle us and struck with default workload but instead, work on goals that work and engage people.