Best Tips For Multitasking To Get More Done In Your Photo Biz

 

I wanted to share with you guys my best tips for multi-tasking to get sh*t done in your photography business, when it comes to social media. I know you guys know that you need to be doing social media, but I don't know if you feel the same way as I do. It's so hard to keep up with everything. How do you keep up with Facebook, and Instagram, and Pinterest, and your blog, and your email, and your Many Chat and all this stuff?  How do you do it?

I'm going to share with you guys my technique for getting all of this done in the shortest amount of time possible. I'm actually posting currently on social media new content every single day, multiple times per day. You're probably thinking, how the bleep do you do it? I'm going to show you guys how I do this.

Right now, I'm actually doing it. Literally, right now. First what I do is I make a list of 80 video ideas on topics that I want to talk about. Then, I set up my ring light and my camera. I'm using a Sony A. I don't really normally shoot with Sony, but I like this because it has a flip screen.

What I'm doing is literally recording about 80 videos. Then, what I do, is I turn them over to a virtual assistant on my team. You can do this yourself, though, if you don't want to hire someone. I record 80 videos, and this is going to record all of our social media content for the entire quarter. Yeah, the whole quarter!

I record all the videos. I upload them into Drop Box, and then I link them to our virtual assistant. Then, she takes them, and she sends them to rev.com.  This website transcribes every single video. Then, from there, she makes posts out of it: Long-form posts with emojis. Short-form posts with emojis, with lifestyle pictures.  She'll take the actual videos, and use an app called InShot to put the text above and below, and put emojis on it. That's what we do.

The cool thing is, now we have all of our posts for Facebook, all of our posts for Instagram, all of our posts for Many Chat and email, and our blog. The blog has the written post, the video and a Pinterest graphic below. Then, we pin it on Pinterest.  This covers every single avenue. It takes me about three or four hours to record all 80 videos. For three to four hours, I have all of my content done for an entire quarter, you guys. A whole quarter. No joke!

I really hope that you guys enjoyed this tip. If you want to learn more about it, I teach it much more extensively in Boudoir Marketing Camp. Either way, I really hope you got a lot out of this, so if you did, comment the word “batch” below this video, so you can batch work on your social media content. Tag any friends that you think would benefit from this tip, and like and follow Boudie Shorts on Facebook so you can get more free tips like this one!

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Molly Keyser

Boudoir photographer and business coach, I am dedicated to changing the world with the power of a camera. Originally from Wisconsin, I'm now in Texas, but I help photographers around the world learn how to go full-time with boudoir photography.