Art/Design

Five Tips for Creating Clickable Posts Your Audience Will Want to Share

Hi everyone and welcome to the new renovated Unsanity Blog. I’ve changed a few things you might want to check out on the site, including the layout and URL – I have my own domain again! It’s been awhile and now that I have a bit more time to dedicate to my blog, I’m going to be updating regularly, scheduling posts and posting as much as I can, when I can. I’ve added some new widgets at the bottom, including a countdown and a link to my Facebook Page where you can find additional content and graphics I make for you to love and share.

Here, I wanted to highlight five tips for creating clickable posts your audience will want to share. This list is (or should be at least) known by all, but in case you don’t know this, feel free to share away! (Yes they still have my old website on them, since these were created awhile ago, and I am aware of that, but the website still works!) Each tip features a cute yet strong animal everyone can relate to in their own way.

  1. Be Relevant
  2. Use A Strong CTA (Call to Action)
  3. Use Smart Design Strategies
  4. Remember Each Platform is Different
  5. BE ORIGINAL (most important!)
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    1. Of course! I hate that as well, but as a social media marketing manager, it makes sense. The company I was working for sometimes had made me graphics that didn’t quite fit and I told them to just let me do them and match it to the content I was posting and it worked out much better!

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    2. So glad it helped you! Yes, a lot of posts like this kind of just elaborate and write too much when it’s processed much better when there are short graphics that just get to the point.

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    3. While it does drive me insane that I have to create about 4 different graphics to suit each of the social media platforms that we share to, I know That adhering to these guidelines makes it more likely that our posts will look good, catch people’s attention and deliver our message. Sometimes, I am tempted to skip creating a newly reworked graphic for a social media site—in an effort to get more out there quickly—but I always regret that, because our branding suffers. Thanks for reminding me to do the right thing every time. 👍🏽

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