25 Things You Can Delegate to a Social Media Assistant Today

Delegation is one of the most effective tools in a leader’s tool kit. Delegation empowers your team and helps you grow your business. Here are 25 tasks you can start delegating immediately with the help of a Social Media Assistant.

Development, Implementation and Management Of Social Media Strategies

Developing and Managing A Monthly Content Calendar

Managing, Creating and Publishing Original, High-Quality Content

Doing Audience and Buyer Persona Research

Defining The Most Important Social Media KPIs, Such As Distinguishing ‘Vanity Metrics’ From Actionable Metrics

Building An Online Community

Running A Competitive Analysis

Monitoring Brand Mentions

Measuring The Success Of Social Media Campaigns

Early Adoption Of Social Media and Technology

Collaborating With Copywriters, Designers, Marketing, and Sales, Product, and Development Teams

Tracking and Analyzing Results To Provide Effective Solutions For Content Optimization

Facilitating Client-Company Communication, Such As Responding To Queries, Getting Reviews, and Organizing Chats and Q&A Sessions

Prepare Weekly and Monthly Reports

Communicating With Industry Professionals Via Social Media To Create A Strong Network

Mining Curated Content and Monitoring Current Social Media Trends

Designing, Managing and Organizing Brand Assets, Photography and Graphics

Creating Paid Ad Placements

Increasing Followers and Engagement

Leveraging Social Media To Promote Marketing Initiatives and Strategies

Handling All Commenting and Direct Messaging Across All Social Channels

Leveraging Measurement Tools To Provide Progress Reports and Mine Insights

Finding Ways To Improve On Metrics By Honing In On Content That Resonates

Engaging With Influencers and Initiating Conversations With Industry Leaders On Social

Establishing and/or Reinforcing Brand Voice and Social Media Identity