21 Social Media Activities To Do In A Snow Storm

Filed in Content Creation by on February 6, 2010 0 Comments

If you ever find yourself snowed in… let’s say during one of the worst storms of the century (a.k.a. A Snowpacolypse) then here are 21 suggestions for some things you might do with regards to social media marketing… just saying.

These can also apply to you if you have a long weekend in Tahiti as well.

  1. Change passwords on your accounts
  2. Update your bio and photo on all sites
  3. Write a blog post
  4. Shoot and post a video
  5. Write a quick eBook to give away on your site
  6. Connect with people you’ve met in real life
  7. Prune out old emails on your lists
  8. Segment your Facebook friends into lists
  9. Answer questions in LinkedIn Groups
  10. Create a Facebook fan page for your business
  11. Comment on another blog
  12. List out your content creation strategy for the week/month/year
  13. Research your next topic
  14. Search for people to connect with on LinkedIn
  15. Write a LinkedIn recommendation
  16. Add widgets to your blog site
  17. Track your blog/Twitter/Facebook stats
  18. Host a video conference
  19. Listen to a useful podcast
  20. Offer to write a guest post on another blog
  21. Reach out and connect with clients through social media

What would you add to this list? If… in theory … you were ever snowed in?


Joel Mark Witt is the Publisher of Folk Media and author of 21 Days To Twitter Leadership and How To Use Social Media To Find A Better Job. He is a producer, author, and speaker who consults with businesses and nonprofits on how to use social media in marketing and communications. Get more from Joel on Twitter.


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