Discover the best times to post on social media in 2020 and some new trends that you can implement in your social media strategy. We took our own data and produced this analytic report. These are REAL analytics from LIVE ACCOUNTS.
The best time to post on Facebook is essential when it comes to social media. These are critical times for a business to reach potential customers.
We saw good results on Sunday and Wednesday. We looked further at the data and saw where the best engagement rates and times.
Instagram is the place to be for e-Commerce and brand building. The popularity of this social media channel shows high engagement when you have a following.
The best time to post on Instagram is clearly 2 p.m. but 9a.m. and 7 p.m. has great potential. The best time to post on Instagram is influenced by video marketing content.
Video marketing content is a clear winner for businesses on Instagram. We looked at 3 content types and our analytics show videos get 66% more reach.
We maintain our Instagram account for brand awareness on Instagram. We saw 2 important trends. Video content dominates Instagram and gets more likes.
We saw a very interesting trend on Instagram. We discovered the beginning of the month as a hot spot for video marketing content. There was a significant spike in viewship around the 1st week of the month.
We analyzed our post on Twitter and we are finding huge reach on social media. We have utilized Twitter to increase our traffic and build relationships around the world.
We manage a 7-day a week posting schedule on Twitter. We discovered the most engagement on Mondays. Thursday and Friday were excellent 2nd choices for posting days.
We discovered several ideal posting times. The times 8am, 2pm and 3pm are all great times
The best times for posting on social media in 2020 is effected by current events and time of year. A quarterly review of you social media is HIGHLY SUGGESTED.
We have found that the following is essential to building and growing your social media audience.
Why take the time to build and audience then stop giving them the content?