GET YOUR CONTENT
Post on social media without all the effort and frustration that DIY can bring. Using your monthly subscription and SMP 365 content is quick and easy. Since we have done most of the work for you, all that's left is to personalize, post, and profit.
HOW TO USE THE SOCIAL MEDIA PANTRY SUBSCRIPTION
1. GET YOUR CONTENT
Every month, you will receive an alert in your email inbox that your new content is ready. Go into the portal and download the .zip file.
Add a sentence or two to the captions and blogs to incorporate your personality or call to action.
Pair the captions with the images (we have conveniently numbered them for you). You can also use the images in other places like your website, newsletters, and marketing materials.
Post the captions and images to any social media platform using a free scheduler like Later.com. This is super important in staying consistent. Go from trying to remember to post to smiling when you get an alert that your content was automatically posted to all of your social media platforms.
Long posts are designed for use on Facebook and Instagram. Short posts are designed for Instagram and Twitter.
Post the video your social media platforms and add it to your website using the URL. We don’t recommend embedding the video on your website. Just embed the link. However, the actual video file is perfect for social media posts.
It's not social if you aren't social. Once you have posted your content, engage with your followers to help create stronger relationships. Create a consistent presence online and on social media that will better engage and convert your ideal customer.
TAKE YOUR BUSINESS TO THE NEXT LEVEL
You are in the business of helping people celebrate the most important milestones in their lives. Aleya Harris, owner of The Social Media Pantry, is in the business of helping you grow a business worth celebrating.
If you are ready to get and keep a consistent stream of clients, then you are ready to join GROWTH. Use this resource-rich, strategic, and relevant monthly membership to work smarter, not harder.