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  • Laryssa Loya

What Good Social Media Looks Like!



Hi Team! 

We wanted to take a moment and share this month’s practice pearl with you! 

We often receive inquiries regarding the essence of compelling social media presence and the art of transforming it from a mere obligation into an enjoyable pursuit—one that captivates not only individual interest but also fosters a collective enthusiasm within your entire team. 


The essence of our social media presence transcends the pursuit of perfection; it is a celebration of authenticity, a joyous invitation into the heart of our endeavors. Our intention is not to paint a veneer of flawlessness but to revel in the genuine spirit of our journey. We embark on this digital voyage not merely to showcase what we do, but to illuminate the passion, purpose, and the 'why' that fuels our endeavors. In this narrative, hard work is not just a commitment; it is the prelude to a harmonious crescendo where the rhythm of our labor is met with the symphony of play, affirming that while we work diligently, we play with an equal fervor. 

Embark on an exclusive behind-the-scenes journey into the intricate process of crafting exceptional social media experiences. Click the link below to unveil the artistry and dedication that define our team's approach to this dynamic realm. 

In this video, you will see our team:

  • Goof up

  • Laugh

  • Fail

  • Smile

  • Have Fun... and so much more! 



So now that you see what real social media looks like... Here are some recommendations on how to craft compelling social media content that not only engages your audience but also serves as a platform to showcase your office culture and foster team building.

 

  • Behind-the-Scenes Glimpses: Share candid moments of your team at work, highlight brainstorming sessions, or capture the camaraderie during breaks. This provides your audience with an authentic look at your office culture.

  • Employee Spotlights: Feature team members in short profiles or interviews. Share their roles, experiences, and what they love about working at your practice. This not only humanizes your brand but also strengthens internal connections.

  • Office Events and Celebrations: Document and share photos or videos from team events, celebrations, or even casual Fridays. Showcasing the fun side of your practice can create a positive image and make your team more relatable.

  • Showcasing Team Talents: Highlight the diverse talents within your team. Whether it's a team member's artwork, musical skills, or unique hobbies, showcasing these aspects can add a personal touch to your social media content.

  • Interactive Challenges: Engage your audience with interactive challenges that involve your team. It could be something as simple as a weekly Q&A session with different team members, or a fun challenge related to your industry.

  • Office Traditions: If your office has any unique traditions or rituals, share them on social media. Whether it's a weekly meeting tradition or a special way you celebrate achievements, these details add character to your brand.

  • Team Takeovers: Allow different team members to take over your social media accounts for a day. This not only provides a fresh perspective but also lets your audience see the diverse personalities within your team.

  • Showcasing Workspace: Offer glimpses of your office space, workstations, or any unique aspects of your workplace environment. This gives your audience a sense of where the magic happens and can be an excellent recruitment tool.

  • Ask for Input: Involve your audience in decision-making processes or seek their input on certain aspects of your office culture. This not only encourages engagement but also makes them feel a part of your community.

  • Reflect Practice Values: Ensure that your content aligns with your company values. Whether it's sustainability efforts, community involvement, or inclusivity initiatives, showcasing these aspects reinforces your brand identity.

 

Remember, the key is to strike a balance between professionalism and authenticity, creating content that resonates with both your team and your audience.

 

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