How To Keep Up With Social Media Algorithms?

Social media is constantly evolving to incorporate more features and tools for optimization. It’s time to say goodbye to status updates and static images and start growing your online community. 

While constantly changing social media trends can feel time-consuming, it will allow you to connect with your audience and beat out competitors. Keep reading for some tricks to keep up with changing social media algorithms.



First things first, social media is constantly changing. Make sure to change with it, or else you won’t be able to keep up with your competitors. Test our new things, try different posts, and always be willing to adjust your content accordingly. Do the research! Try to be a trailblazer rather than a follower – this will help you stand out from the crowd. 


Pay to Play

Unfortunately, for many platforms, organic social is dead. Although some social media will still place more value on high-performing organic posts, paying for ads is the best way to guarantee that your content is seen. Whether that be ad placement, post boosting, or influencer marketing, it will help you, in the long run, to stay up to date on changing algorithms.


Know your audience

Knowing your audience and having a solid social media plan is critical in maintaining a robust online presence. Use insights and habits from previous reports to better understand your audience. Nearly half of consumers follow a brand to learn about new products and services, and the other half follow brands to be entertained. Understanding who your audience is will help to increase overall audience engagement.


Contact Boston Web Marketing

Keeping up with social media changes can be overwhelming. We have plenty of experts to help you navigate your social media channels and optimize them based on current trends. Get started today by calling us at 857-526-0096 or email us at! We look forward to working with you and your business.

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