HOW TO FIND CONTENT IDEAS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA (7 Tips To Dominate Social Media in 2020)

36
16

How to Find Content Ideas for Social Media When You’re Stuck. If you want to come up with content ideas for social media and are feeling uninspired, watch this video. I’ll give you 7 Tips for Finding Content Ideas for YouTube, Instagram, and Social Media!

⚡GET MY FREE 10 STEP GUIDE TO HELP YOU WITH VIDEO

#SOCIALMEDIATIPS #SOCIALMEDIA #CONTENTSTRATEGY

⚡BEST TOOL TO GROW A YOUTUBE CHANNEL

DISCOUNT CODE: robertosbuddy

⚡GET THE YOUTUBE STARTER KIT

DISCOUNT CODE: AWESOMESQUAD2019

⚡GET THE FORMULA FOR AWESOME VIDEOS COURSE

DISCOUNT CODE: AWESOMESQUAD2019

⚡GET MORNING FAME INVITE CODE

⚡REQUEST A 30 MINUTE YOUTUBE CHANNEL REVIEW

⚡JOIN MY GROUP MENTORING PROGRAM!

⚡GET A 30 DAY FREE TRIAL OF EPIDEMIC SOUND

⚡GET CLOSED CAPTIONS AND TRANSLATIONS FOR VIDEO

⚡START YOUR OWN WEBSITE WITH BLUEHOST

MY YOUTUBE GEAR TO SHOOT VIDEOS (Affiliate Links)

Cameras For Photography and Video 📸
(Amazon) Sony A7R III
(Amazon) Sony A6500
(Amazon) Panasonic GH5

Camera Lenses 📷
(Amazon) Sony 24-70mm F/2.8
(Amazon) Sony 50mm F/2.8 Macro Lens
(Amazon) Sigma 70mm F/2.8 Macro Lens
(Amazon) Panasonic 12-35mm F/2.8
(Amazon) Panasonic 35-70mm F/2.8

Microphones for Video and Podcasting 🎤
(Amazon) Rode Video Mic Pro Plus
(Amazon) Rode NTG
(Amazon) Sennheiser AVX Wireless Mics
(Amazon) Blue Yeti Blackout Edition

Lighting Gear 💡
(Amazon) Aputure C120 D
(Amazon) Aputure LS 1/2
(Amazon) Philips Hue Light Strips

DRONES
Mavic Air
Mavic Pro

CONNECT WITH ME ONLINE

SEND ME FAN MAIL AND STUFF
WeWork c/o Roberto Blake
1372 Peachtree St
Atlanta, GA 30309

Roberto Blake is a Creative Entrepreneur, Keynote Speaker and YouTube Certified Educator. He is the founder of Awesome Creator Academy and Host of the Create Something Awesome Today Podcast.

Roberto Blake help entrepreneurs and social media influencers, through educational videos on YouTube, motivational content on Instagram and career development advice on LinkedIn, as well as offering 1 on 1 Coaching and a Group Coaching Program.

**Disclaimer: Roberto Blake is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to www.amazon.com.

Disclaimers: all opinions are my own, sponsors are acknowledged. Links in the description are typically affiliate links that let you help support the channel at no extra cost.

Source: cuocdoidanghien.com

View More: Cuocdoidanghien Social Media

36 COMMENTS

  1. If You're Trying to Come Up With Content Ideas for YouTube Use TUBEBUDDY!
    Sign Up for FREE http://tubebuddy.com/awesome
    20% OFF the PAID Version with CODE: robertosbuddy

  2. Answer for your #qotd is Twitter… I prefer social search channels but Twitter is the only social media platform I still halfway respect.

  3. Great video Roberto, really informative and thought provoking, it definitely inspired me to think about my personal approach on this platform, my websites and even an Android app I've been wanting to develop for a while now. Peace man and keep up the great work!!!

  4. This was an AWESOME video! I so want to do reaction video, but the general reaction towards such videos keeps me away from it. I personally don't like reaction videos that are basically just bringing down a fellow creator. For example, a lot of people are doing that by using brand name of Zoella/Zoe Sugg. So, I want myself to be super careful to not let the criticism get into the dark side, as I would call it. hehe

    I'm going to watch the video again and try all these tips. Thank you 🙂

  5. Social Media at present DOES NOT have me excited. I'm actually very scared.
    Would you be able to do a video on popular social media alternatives that don't suck? I'm finding that places like Twitter,Facebook, and Youtube are HIGHLY censorious. I have a very vulgar sense of humor, a crass way of speaking, and mildly unpopular political opinions and according to the circles I run in the social media companies are cracking hard on politcal discord on both sides.
    I've been scared to even use social media the way I want because I'm worried I'll get Mumkey Jones'd. I've already had my account suspended on Twitter once because I was lovingly using a swear word.

  6. Honestly, TikTok has me the most excited because trending just really takes a bunch of videos a day, and they don't even take long to make at all – it is great for growing influence and is going to be the big new thing in 2020 in my opinion

  7. Inspiring video – thank you. My fave channel is LinkedIn at the moment for business, but think Tik Tok is the most fun.

  8. Yo Roberto you're definitely the guy go to, what's up with the YouTube changing terms of service about, an email that apparently everyone got? said it was to improve readability and transparency, what does that mean and how does it effect creators like vee3rdeye which just got his 7yr channel with 500,000+ subs deleted in a instant not a full 2 days before that update was released? Please go Roberto Holmes mode

  9. That's true, in my language I can cover so many niche areas because there's a lack of information and I stack due to development of ideas and skill. I moved of house so I don't have noises in the background now I need to start creating awesome contents.

  10. The ultimate question: what to make! Can easily stump anybody, but its important to use these great insights to get after it!

  11. #QOTD: I'm really pumped about TikTok actually! I just started there over a month ago and I already have over 200 followers, just posting stuff about my day, what anime I'm watching, freelance projects and my videos I'm working on, etc!

  12. I will definitely start implementing these strategies moving forward. Youtube and instagram have me super pumped!! Looking forward to growing on both platforms.

  13. I've always liked Twitter. The casual atmosphere encourages people to reply, in a way that something like a comments form on a blog doesn't. This year I'm trying to get going on YouTube as well… early days, but I'm enjoying making the videos and learning a lot from each one.

  14. Reacting to social media articles would be great. I’ll never forget the New York Times article on the average YouTube video account making 12,000 dollars a year and I kept thinking to myself that not only has $12,000 a year extra income is nice why they making it sound bad, but cant these individuals also make money from sponsorships and selling other products and services?

  15. Dude…this was good because it was different, actually deeper, than most tips videos others do. You made me lean in…first time I've said or typed that…to all the ideas.

    I really hope other creatives will slow down and watch this and think differently about creating content.

    So impressed I just shared it with my Facebook Group.

    Oh, thanks for sharing other YouTubbers too – first I'd heard of Graham Stephen.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here