When it comes to posts on social media, you need to remember what it’s called. Social media, the clue is in the name. You need to be social. It’s not all about selling at people. Instead you need to be social and engaging. The most successful accounts on social media are those that are personal and true to the brand. These are the ones that it makes you feel like you’re talking to a real person.

So, aside from your standard posts on social media, why not do something a little bit different. For example, in this blog post we share ideas of things to post on social media in November. These aren’t the normal ‘business style’ things you might normally think of. But it’s okay to think outside the box.

Our ideas of things to post on social media in November will give your followers and audience a snippet into who you are. It will also give them something to engage with. These posts are great for starting to build loyal relationships with your customers.

One example in our ideas of things to post on social media in November is National Peanut Butter Lovers Month. We are not for one second saying that because you love peanut butter that you’ll get loads of customers. Instead, in a post worded the right way, you can start a discussion. This may involve sharing secret peanut better cravings, recipes or similar. These are little steps towards a future relationship as the potential client gets to know you better.

Below you can see our ideas of things to post on social media in November;

National Sports Fan Day: 1 – what’s your favourite sport and why?

World Karaoke Championships: 2-7 – if you had to sing karaoke what song would it be?

Children’s Book Week: 9-15 – what is your all-time favourite child’s book?

Black Friday: 27 – any special offers for Black Friday?

National Entrepreneurship Month – what do you think it takes to be a good entrepreneur? What is your top tip for entrepreneurs or people considering becoming an entrepreneur?

National Peanut Butter Lovers Month – are you a lover or a hater?

Remember, by asking questions you are encouraging your audience to engage. Don’t just talk at them. Ask questions so they respond and engage.

If you’re struggling with social media management and don’t have the time, or want help coming up with ideas of things to post on social media – call our team. We would be happy to help you achieve more for your business online.

Want to know if I’m a peanut butter lover or not? You’ll have to check out our social media pages!