Businesses have faced more challenges in the past few months than some face in the matter of years. Yet despite the unexpected obstacles; the social distancing guidelines; the need for touchless interactions; you managed to create a “new normal” for your business that works.
But there’s still so much to be done, and as you focus on this new way of operating, it’s important that you stay connected to the people who matter most: your customers.
That’s why we created a few free social media post graphics for every platform that you can use—for free!
With a variety of messaging, sharing quick updates about your business is now easy—simply click to download and you’re ready to publish.
Check out our social media image size cheat sheet, too if you’re ready to start filling up that content calendar with your own post creations—properly sized, of course. 😏
So for all the small business owners out there (and the social media managers who may need a second to breathe)—this one’s for you:
How to Shop Social Images
The way your business operates will be different now—and there’s no doubt your customers understand that, but it’s important to let them know how different things will actually be. Use your social channels to keep customers up to date on how they can place their orders and shop your products safely.
Open for Business Images
These times have, of course, altered normal shopping behaviors, and consumers can’t be too sure which businesses are still operating. Even if you’ve updated your site with new hours and shopping procedures, the message may not be reaching everyone. So take a page (or in this case, an image) out of our book and let your followers now that yes—you are open!
Business Reopening Graphics
Ah yes, the grand reopening you and your audience have been waiting for! Let them know you’re back in action—or at least how “back in action” you are (doors open vs. doors still closed). A clear message about your reopening process and the procedures you have in place, like curbside pick-up, is essential in making your customers feel confident and comfortable shopping at your business.
Small & Local Businesses
Through lockdowns and new daily routines, people have become more aware than ever before of how important it is to shop local and shop small. Be sure to encourage your customers on social media to continue supporting small businesses in their local communities—especially your own!
Bonus: Check out Instagram’s latest story feature that allows you to tag your favorite small businesses. Use the Support Small Business sticker to connect with new customers, engage with current customers and show some support for other local brands in your community.
Giving Thanks Social Graphics
If your loyal customers, avid followers, and newbies to the brand have truly shown up for you in the past few months, then we think they deserve a little gratitude, don’t you? Take to your social media accounts to show your appreciation for all the support you’ve received from your community during this time because it’s true—you wouldn’t be here without them. 😘
Over To You…
You have so many challenges facing your business right now—staying connected to your audience shouldn’t be one of them.
Use these post-ready graphics to reignite your social presence; find support, express gratitude, and keep those that are eager to hear from you updated so that you can continue serving the community you love.