What is social media engagement, and why you need to know with Jane Travis

008: What is social media engagement, and why you need to know


What is social media engagement, and why you need to know

Social media can be an amazing tool for growing your practice, OR it can be a massive time suck that doesn’t bring you results.

So how can you make it work for you? 

Lots of ways! 

In this episode we’ll be looking at engagement, the algorithm and what it means to you. 

Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:

  • What social media engagement is
  • Why it’s important
  • The pros and cons of social media
  • What happens if you don’t get engagement on your posts
  • Appeasing the social media gods
  • Examples of simple questions to ask to increase engagement
  • A simple way to understand engagement

Highlights you can’t miss

12.17 Playing snakes and ladders

12.37 What actually IS engagement?

14.14 Increasing engagement and some examples

And Finally…

A simple experiment to see what posts encourage you to engage.

Social media can be a powerful and free tool to use to grow your private practice, so Appease the social media gods and they will reward you.


Links to follow

The Social Media Made Simple course and the Monday Inspiration calls are all included as part of membership of the Grow Your Private Practice Club.  Find out more HERE

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About the Author Jane

Jane lives in beautiful Lincoln with her 2 boys and rescue dog. When she's not talking about herself in the third person, she's usually found with her feet up and eating Maltesers. Sometimes she even shares them with friends. Follow me on Instagram

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