1. Get a schedule and stick to it
Customers are looking for consistency and reliability. They are looking for professionalism. Avoid posting a slew of content all at once followed by nothing for weeks. Become predictable. It helps to build trust.
2. Choose your most productive time of day
Do your posts first. Everyone has a time of day that just works for them. Some of us are early birds, others work best in the evening. You know when you are at your most productive. Set your time and create your space. Set yourself up for success.
3. Prepare your posts ahead of time
For those that cannot schedule a set time each day, you can select to set aside a set time once per week or month to make your posts. Set a large block of time and prepare your next week or month worth of posts.
There are many scheduling tools available for the different social media options which can help you save time and better plan your media and captions. Do some research to find out when the best time of day to post according to your type of business and location, as well as audience. Make your time work for you.