Ep188. How to Create Great Content Without Going Crazy. Jenna Quentin
My guest today is Jenna Quentin and today we’re taking all about how to create great content without going crazy.
Jenna has her own digital agency where teaches chiropractors social media skills or she for those that want to delegate it she does it all for them.
She’s a Kansas girl (with a great accent) and describes herself as a crunchy mom of 4, who believes deeply in telling stories, building relationships and empowering people to take action.
Today we talking about
- Why planning is the key to success
- How Jenna uses themes to help with content creation.
- Jenna’s favourite tools,
- Biggest mistakes
- How to look for and use other accounts for inspiration
- The importance of giving it time
- What posts get the best engagement
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With Adjust Your Media Agency, Jenna Quentin serves busy chiropractors who either need to learn content creation and social media skills OR need to delegate it. She’s a Kansas girl and crunchy mom of 4, who believes deeply in telling stories, building relationships and empowering people to take action. She’s helped dozens of chiropractors do just that online, increasing their impact and revenue.
Outline: Managing Your Content Creation In-House (without going crazy!)
1) Gathering content ideas.
2) Making a plan you can deliver.
3) Images and video.
4) 3 Secrets to Writing Captions/Emails/Blog posts.
5) Repurposing. Let me know if this sounds like it would be valuable to your audience or if you’d like to focus on something different.