Posted by Steve Bannon on Tuesday, April 23, 2021 12:20:29The first rule of social media is don’t post what you don’t want to see.
A lot of people don’t realize this, but they’re putting the majority of their time and energy into the platform they’re using, and they should be paying attention to how their posts are being shared and retweeted.
They’re the ones who should be looking at metrics and optimizing their posts, not just posting a picture.
This is where the max rep calculation comes in.
It’s the number of retweets or favorites that a post will receive in a day.
It should be in the thousands.
If you’re posting a photo or video, and you’re doing it for your audience to see, you can probably count on maxing it out.
In fact, if you’ve never written anything on social media before, this might be the most important skill you’ve ever learned.
But don’t assume you’re good enough to max out the max.
A great social media manager knows when to stop and when to start.
Maxing out the social media post is the first step toward maximizing the number and the quality of your content.
It’ll help you get more followers, increase your engagement and, hopefully, boost your brand’s image.
The best way to max your social media posts is to understand the best metrics to optimize your posts.
In this article, we’ll help show you how to max the social posts of your brand on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.
The max rep formula for each social media platform will be different, so you should look for a copy that works for your specific niche and audience.