Content ideas for social media beginners

Want to start writing more on LinkedIn but sometimes struggle to come up with content ideas? I got you covered!

Here are 20 content prompts to inspire anyone in any field.

All that’s missing is your unique experience from your point of view. And that’s what your content advantage is.

Take a look at Shari Belitz to see how this is put into practice with his unique take on song lyrics in his posts.

And Major Lindsey & Africa recruiter Dimitri Mastrocola for his helpful articles on corporate lawyer success strategies.

  1. Red flags to watch out for

  2. Easy to make changes

  3. A series of questions and answers or a FAQ

  4. Your favorite technology tools

  5. Job interview tips

  6. Success Tips

  7. Your favorite books/blogs

  8. An inspirational quote

  9. Why did you choose your domain

  10. Carousel post step by step

  11. How to do X

  12. Lessons learned from the past

  13. The women who inspire you

  14. Productivity tips

  15. List Items – 5 Tips for X

  16. How did you get your first client

  17. What you have learned from/by

  18. What you would say to yourself younger

  19. Best/worst events

  20. Mistakes to avoid

The next step is to pick the topics you’re interested in from the list of prompts above, and then write an article (or two or three) about them.

Be sure to choose ideas that are consistent with your content pillars – this is a set of themes or topics that you can use to create posts. (If you don’t have content pillars, now is a good time to create them).

The content pillars you choose should encompass and be consistent with your brand’s purpose, values, tone of voice, positioning, and goals.

When writing your posts, offer practical advice, write short paragraphs, and tell stories from your own life when you can.

Above all, be useful and accessible. And be YOU!

The idea is to stay on top of customers and prospects with helpful content where you can provide your unique point of view.

Copyright © 2022, Stefanie M. Marrone. All rights reserved.National Law Review, Volume XII, Number 18

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