Community Managers know all too well how complicated it can be to do so many things at once in your daily routine, and how easy it is to forget some detail, or simply to have a matter that takes more account of you at the end of the day. Day you miss time. So, my opinion is that if you help with this checklist weekly, you will make sure you have not forgotten anything!
Let’s start with the company blog, let’s say the core.
- Write two posts per week
- Publish them on the social networks where your brand is
- What are the target keywords? : Do not forget to use them in the titles of your posts and in the contents
Let’s go to Twitter
- Send at least 3 new tweets per day: related to the sector, to the company, to be fun or the new blog post
- Retweet at least two interesting tweets from others, daily
- Follow at least 10 new users, related to your sector, every week
- Thanks every time you mention. Aim in your agenda to look at it three times during the day
- Find at least 5 new interesting pages, related to your sector and click on Like.
- Post at least 2 posts daily of topics related to your sector
- Update your business status daily
- Share content at least twice a day, both on your Google Plus profile and on the company page
- Add at least five new people to your circles daily
- Organize a video chat (hangouts) at least once a month with a topic related to your business
- Use Google+ Events to communicate
- Publish photos at least once a month of new products you offer, destinations or services
- Follow at least 5 boards of people related to your sector
- Add a new board that contains at least 5 new pins each week
- Use keywords in the descriptions of your pins and in the titles of the boards
- Keep the company profile updated
- Connect with 3-5 new people each week
- Ask to be recommended at least once or twice a week
- Follow at least 3 new companies related to your sector each week
- Post relevant posts in the groups you belong to and ask for feedback on a daily basis
- Find three new videos each week, related to your sector and share them on your Facebook page
- Keep the relevant videos but do not forget to combine them with a certain humor
- Create a video a month in which you can show a part of your company, the experience you have or some personal aspect that interests the general public
- Record events, or make small interviews with other people in your video sector.
And of course (this is something that is not forgotten) analytical reports ….
What did you find the list? Can it be useful? Would you add anything else?