Are you struggling to get the information out about your childcare center? There are a lot of factors to think about before you post. Some things to consider are what will I post, where will I post and how often should I post. Let’s take a look at what to post today.
What should you post?
Always use clear and high-quality images. One good image is better than ten blurry images. Studies reveal that a post gets 94% more views with photos than content with text alone. Remember to always have parent permission and to put a link to your website at the end of the post. People remember more of what they see then what they read. Parents love to share photos of their children on their own social media pages.
Great photo ideas: holiday parties, activities in the classroom, and teacher or student birthday.
Videos of the children having fun is a great way to share how much the children love being at your center. When a child shows happiness then others are willing to send their child to your center.
Great video ideas: classroom activities, school updates, spotlight a teacher or student or even a family, parenting or early childhood tips are just a few to start with.
Reviews or testimonials
Take screenshots of reviews for your daycare. When parents rave about how great your center is more people will show interest in your center.
Great review ideas: graduating from the nursery to toddler class, going above and beyond to help a family in need.
Inspirational child-rearing quotes and phrases
Raising children is not easy so spread some positivity and encouragement often by referencing inspirational child-related quotes.
Great quote or phrase ideas: something funny a child said today, advise from health care professionals, funny memes. Don’t forget to give credit to the author.