Post a motivational quote to get the week started on a positive note.
Repost the blog entry that received the most interaction last quarter.
Share a photo of your most popular product.
Take a poll. Ask your clients what else they'd like you to offer.
Create an infographic about your top client's industry. You could send this to them via email as well.
Create a video about a day in the life of your office.
Post a throwback photo or fact about your company.
Share an important company milestone.
Post a powerful client testimonial.
Post your latest company newsletter.
Share a tip on balancing personal life and work life. Such tips are important for clients as well as team members.
Recommend your followers also follow a long-time client.
Create a meme about your industry to share a laugh with your clients.
Record a short video to give social media tips to your clients. This could turn into a series of videos to post weekly.
Promote your other social media accounts. Make sure they're each up to date with content.
Ask for user-generated content. Hold a photo contest and ask your followers to use a specific hashtag when they post their photos.
Highlight an employee of the month. A little appreciation goes a long way and can tell your clients a lot about your company culture.
Share information on a popular event coming to your area. Ask your clients if they will be attending.
Introduce your newest employee.
DAY TWENTY-ONE: Post current news relevant to your industry and/or your clients' industries.
DAY TWENTY-TWO: Hold a giveaway across all of your social media accounts.
DAY TWENTY-FIVE: Post about the latest conference your company attended.
DAY TWENTY-FOUR:Post teaser content about an upcoming product or service.
DAY TWENTY-THREE: Offer a free download to your company's latest white paper or e-book.
Offer your expertise on a relevant topic. This will help you further develop your credibility with clients and followers.
Hold a live chat. Promote this to clients and followers a week before and let them know what hashtag to use for the session.
Predict what's in store for your industry or an industry popular among your followers.
Dispel a common misconception about your industry.