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How To Make Branding Client’s Social Media Accounts Easy

Here at SEO Cheat Guides we are continually pushing you towards spending the maximum amount of time working ON your business instead of IN your business.

In dong that you’ve seen my blogs on how to outsource, how to break down your tasks into the low value and highly repeatable tasks and simply how this will allow you to scale your business.

Today I want to further push this notion of how to properly break down tasks into their most finite (yet time consuming parts). Through this quick post not only will you begin to see the way my mind works but you’ll further learn how I am able to outsource so much of my client work to low cost Virtual Assistants.

In case you are wondering I outsource a ton of chores at home to (cleaning, lawn care, pool care, snow shovelling, grocery shopping, cooking, laundry, ironing). My wife, kids and nanny have become accustomed to me bringing new people into the house to handle every chore imaginable.

kids-breakfastWhich leaves me with plenty of time to enjoy my wife and my kids without the worry of chores…

I practice what I preach and since I love to help people along the way I am going to continue to help push you and your SEO/Digital Marketing business in the right direction.

Now for the good stuff!

We all know that when setting up a new client there are tons of tasks that need to take place right away. Perhaps the biggest these tasks is to go through what they do (or do not) have in place for a social media presence. After we’ve seen what their deficiencies are we then go and add the accounts they are missing BUT then we need to ensure they have similar branding.

This leads to social profile pictures, cover pictures, in all shapes and sizes.

What size goes into YouTube versus Facebook versus Twitter? Do I need to have them all made? Which one goes where?

I’ve been through this a million times and for quite some time now I haven’t spent a single second of my time dealing with it.

How did I achieve this?

Well, I knew that this task was both repeatable and low risk which for me means that it is a PERFECT candidate for outsourcing.

With that identified all I had to do was come up with a simple form to get everything I want completed.

I broke down all of the common cover/profile pictures for the social media sites into one simple checklist and now I simply check a few boxes, contact a VA and sip a coffee…then I sit back and watch the work get done for me!

Have a look at our guide Branding Social Media Accounts to help ensure you are not wasting your time on menial tasks when you could be out selling your services.

Hope you enjoy!

P.S. I also have the VA upload the cover/profile pictures to each account. I give them access without knowledge of a password by using LastPass. Its how I manage security for all passwords and VA’s access.

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