I will share with you 3 Strategies to help you boost Engagement on whatever Social Media platforms that you utilize.

Strategies to boost engagement
Strategies to boost engagement

At the start of this year, I was averaging around 15-25 likes per post.
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My most recent post is at 137 likes in under 24 hours…
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What changed in the last couple of weeks?
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Let me explain…
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I’ve made a few simple shifts in how I produce and consume content that’s helped boost my engagement very quickly
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I’m confident by you applying these strategies, you’ll see similar results. Here are my 3 strategies to get engagement:
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  1. Connect with people in your niche/market
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    These people will enjoy your content as it’s relevant to the content they already consume or produce themselves. The more specific you are the better. For example, if you’re in the online business space, you can create general content around that topic or you can dig a little deeper and produce content around affiliate marketing or e-commerce. Being more specific with your niche/market allows you to produce content that resonates deeper with your niche/market which leads to more engagement
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    You can find these people in groups, pages, or profiles relevant to your niche/market
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  2. Engage with your connections’ content
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    You get out what you put in with content. Can’t expect other people to engage with you if you don’t engage with them. Whenever you see a post relevant to your niche/market or similar to the content you produce, give them a like or a comment. This starts to build an engaging relationship with your connections
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    Scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours, know what I mean?
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    This has a compounding effect. Think if you were to engage (Like/Comment) on 25 posts everyday. Whether they’re new or old connections, that’s a lot of engagement. You reap what you sow. By engaging consistently you’ll start to get a lot more engagement on your content and it only compounds over time
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    Same thing with your own posts. Whenever someone likes or comments on your post, go to their profile and like/comment on a few of their posts. This returns the favor and starts to build that engaging relationship whereby you engage with each other’s content consistently. Only need a few of these people to start gaining serious traction
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  3. Provide real value, don’t just post rehashed fluff
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    We’ve all seen the same motivational quotes or sayings posted over and over. Now I’m all for original content but you don’t want to copy/paste everyone else posts as most people aren’t going to engage with duplicate content. The best way to combat this is by posting your own original thoughts/ideas which typically come from your own knowledge, experience, and skills
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    The more knowledge, experience, and skills you develop within a given niche/market you’ll be able to share what you’re learning and/or your successes and gain far more engagement than reposting all the played out sayings

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