Where The Hell Do I Find Stuff To Post On Social Media?

When you’re using social media marketing you’re going to need A LOT of content. I mean A LOT A LOT A LOT of content.

You need to be posting on social media sites at the very least once a day. Some of them like 15 times. More on that later.

Today I want to show you a couple of places that you can find content that you can post that’s already created for you. This is going to save you a TON of time.

Let’s get started…

Note: I’ll be continually updating this page with resources, so be sure to bookmark this page so you can check for more resources.

1. DFYSocialMarketingContent.com – Of course the first resource I’m going to post about is my own site. 🙂 I create social media content packages that people can use in their social media marketing. I have content packages you can buy based on certain topics, and I also have a monthly membership you can join where you’ll get topic specific content packages each month.

2. Wellness PLR – If you are in the “wellness” niche Wellness PLR has some killer content packages for you to use. Blog content, images to promote your blog content, quotes, and so much more. Click here to check out their current content packages.

3. Google – Yes I know this is obvious, but you can find memes and images that you can use by searching Google for them. All you need to do is search Google images for keywords related to your niche, BUT you need to go to the images tab and select “Tools” and in that menu, you can select “Usage rights” from the list that appears select “Labeled for reuse with modification”.

See the above for what I’m talking about…

There are tons of images there you can use, and that will keep you busy for days. 🙂

4. Stockphoto sites – Now you need to be really careful when doing this. Make sure you know your rights to the pictures you use BEFORE using them. Here are a few of my favorite stockphoto sites.

pixabay.com

creativemarket.com

5. Outsource – Yes it does take money to outsource content, but it will save you a ton of time. You can’t put a price on time. Let me tell you. It’s more valuable than any amount of money you will ever have. You can outsource your social media content creation at places like Fiverr.com, Guru.com and any of the other freelance sites. I’ll be doing a post completely devoted to the topic of outsourcing your social media content soon, so keep an eye out for that.

Okay so that’s what I’ve got for you so far. I’ll be adding to this post as I find more sources. If you know of other places that create content for social media marketers, please let me know.

Talk soon!

Liz

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