A week in the life...

I wear a lot of hats: Business owner, writer, editor, content strategist, social media strategist, social media tactician, social media junkie, devourer of words and information and so much more. Some of the clients I write for don’t realize I work in social media. Some of the clients I manage social media for don’t realize I can also contribute to their blogs. So I decided to lay it all out there, give you a glimpse into Social Visibility Consulting and share a week in the life of a writer, content strategist and social media specialist. I hope it’s as interesting for you as it is for me.

social media schedule

Monday:

* Plot out and record planned Tumblr posts for the week for a client.
* Throughout the day, tweet new link(s), respond to fan tweets and questions and work with customer service to resolve issues posted on Twitter for client.
* Update client Pinterest pages.
* Finish rush copy editing project and send to client.
* Post news article to LinkedIn for client.
* Post to Instagram for client
* Write “Words Matter” blog post for SVC.
* Post “Words Matter” blog post and promote in LinkedIn groups.
* Check client blog for comments to moderate.
* Check engagement numbers for clients and personal social media.
* Schedule Tumblr posts for client.
* Late night read through RSS feed blog posts and take notes on great ideas.

Tuesday:

* Compile new blog post ideas and send to Olive and Company.
* Promote “Words Matter” blog post on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and G+.
* Throughout the day, tweet new (links), respond to fan tweets and questions and work with customer service to resolve issues posted on Twitter for client.
* Post information on G+ for client.
* Final read through web copy project and send to client.
* Check client blog for comments to moderate.
* Check engagement numbers for clients and personal social media.
* Sign up to attend August networking event.
* Late night read through RSS feed blog posts and take notes on great ideas.

Wednesday:

* Throughout the day, tweet new (links), respond to fan tweets and questions and work with customer service to resolve issues posted on Twitter for client.
* Check client blog for comments to moderate.
* Check engagement numbers for clients and personal social media.
* Explore speaking opportunities.
* Post to Instagram for client
* Write and publish post for personal blog.
* Late night read through RSS feed blog posts and take notes on great ideas.

social media schedule

Thursday:

* On-site meeting with client to drum up some fun and awesome new content.
* Throughout the day, tweet new (links), respond to fan tweets and questions and work with customer service to resolve issues posted on Twitter for client.
* Post information on G+ for client.
* Update client Pinterest pages.
* Final read through web copy project and send to client.
* Check client blog for comments to moderate.
* Check engagement numbers for clients and personal social media.
* Promote personal blog post across social media channels.
* Late night read through RSS feed blog posts and take notes on great ideas.

Friday: 
* Write a blog post for a client and publish it on their blog. This post was a culmination of several days of work tracking down sources and photos. What an utterly charming event in outstate Minnesota!
* Help a writer friend out by looking over/lightly editing a piece he’s working on.
* Throughout the day, tweet new (links), respond to fan tweets and questions and work with customer service to resolve issues posted on Twitter for client.
* Post information on G+ for client.
* Update client Pinterest pages.
* Final read through web copy project and send to client.
* Check client blog for comments to moderate.
* Check engagement numbers for clients and personal social media.
* Write e-newsletter content for Gifts for Seniors, a local nonprofit organization for whom I have the privilege of serving on the board of directors.

Add to this any projects or issues that come up during any point of the day or the week and you’ve got a week in the life of me and Social Visibility Consulting. I’m always ready to write your website, help you strategize and write your blog(s) and work with you to launch and/or grow your social media program(s). Contact me. I really love what I do and it shows. Become part of the life and times of SVC. And now here’s a photo of a sea lion winking and smiling because it makes me happy. Almost as happy as words make me.