Dustin W. Stout, the Founder of SoVisual.co, joins the Social Pros Podcast to talk about what makes people want to engage with visuals on social media and the importance of having a message before you create any graphics. Huge thanks to our amazing sponsors for helping us make this happen. Please support them; we couldn't do it without their help! This week: Salesforce Marketing Cloud My Emma Full Episode Details
Is there anything more terrifying than staring at a blinking cursor on a blank screen
? As social practitioners, we’ve all felt the intimidation of a blank screen in some way or another.
The everyday grind of a social media manager is tough. Crafting content that captures attention and fosters engagement isn’t always easy. This intense pressure to continuously churn out incredible content day in, day out, can drain the creative energy out of you and even lead to burning out.
Dustin W. Stout, the Founder of SoVisual.co, understands this struggle. His team of world-class designers and copywriters produce monthly content to help take the pressure off social practitioners. These “social packs” are filled with a month’s worth of engaging content and on this episode of Social Pros, we dive into these social packs and tap into Dustin’s unique insight into what works and what doesn’t when it comes to social media imagery
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- 03:43 – How SoVisual’s social packs work
- 13:19 – What works and what doesn’t work when it comes to social media imagery
- 15:32 – Why polished photography tends to be less effective on social media
- 18:16 – How Dustin keeps his finger on the pulse of what’s working
- 20:50 – Tips to help you improve typography on social media graphics
- 25:00 – Why you always need to start with a message before you can communicate that message on a visual
- 27:47 – The biggest mistakes social pros make with their published content
- 30:18 – Changes that Dustin would love to see social networks make
- 33:21 – How often brands should post on social media