Creating Content for Every Social Media Platform

Emma Wiltshire | May 08, 2019

Creating Content for Every Social Media Platform
All social platforms should not be treated equally. When building a social strategy, always approach each platform as it's own. Go where your target audience is and create content both for them and for the platform itself. Sara Fischer from Axios states in a recent article, "data suggests that the core function of each platform elevates certain topics because of the native format and the reasons users visit the platform." This is a great point; photos, videos and other quality visuals will always fit well on Instagram, but may not align with your Twitter presence. So the real question is how can your brand spread its wings across multiple platforms and create content that works for each space? Here are a few questions to ask yourself:Who are you trying to reach?What platforms are they onWhat content do they like to consume on that platform specifically?What can I share on each platform to naturally fit into their feed?I'll give an example of one brand doing this right. A newsletter I subscribe to, Girls Night In, has done a great job at answering all of these questions. The content they share on each platform varies. They know that their audience is the same but their audience will choose to follow them on different platforms for different reasons. The newsletter targets women who enjoy staying in and being comfortable. With that in mind, Girls Night In shares unique content on each platform.

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