Control Panel


10 Facebook Post Ideas For When You’re Stuck In A Rut

Posted on September 13, 2016 by Elsa under Business, Inspiration, Sales and Marketing, Social Media and Blogging

10 Facebook Post Ideas For When You're Stuck In A Rut

For many of us the wedding season¬†means working nose to the grindstone, so it’s easy to feel burnt out and stuck in a rut. So we thought we’d share a quick post with 10 Facebook post ideas that you can share with your followers, even on the days when you feel uninspired.


People love to feel inspired and like a company has a heart. Quotes are one of the best and easiest ways of connecting with clients in this way. Quotes don’t have to be hardcore or specific, you can share whatever takes your fancy that day – from book and movie quotes to some of the best known political quotes in history.



We all like to get some information for free. A great post to share with your followers is some useful tips. These don’t necessarily have to be photography-based, but maybe the main thing you should ask your wedding photographer, or the one thing to be aware of before you book a newborn session.



An exclusive view is always enticing, especially if it’s a company you are investing in. Why not show your clients an exclusive look of your work area? New products coming soon? Or just a behind-the-scenes look at an event you’re attending?



Everyone likes to know what everyone else is liking. One of the best ways to show your personality is to share content from other people. This might be an article you’ve found interesting or just something that touched you somehow.



Facebook is an ideal place to share your latest offers and discounts. Remember you can make a Facebook post sticky by clicking on the little downward arrow on the required post and selecting “pin this post”.



If you’re attending an event in the next couple of weeks, why not advertise it on Facebook. This is particularly useful if you are attending a wedding photographer attending various wedding fairs as there might be potential clients who would like to meet you in person.



There is no better marketing that genuine testimonials. If you receive a lovely comment or message from a past client you could thank them publicly on Facebook.



Video is a really popular media on Facebook. If you specialise in video then this is the place you want to be sharing it.



Social media, especially Facebook, is a great medium to share sneak peeks. Clients like to feel involved and excited about a company they’re investing not only money, but time in.



Maybe you have some advice to share with a particular group of people, or perhaps you have certain products in your collection that are better suited to certain requirements. Share this information with your clients. The more value you can share the better.


What else could you share with your audience on Facebook?