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  • Writer's pictureTommy Trenton Jr

Auto Posting App For GMB , Facebook, Instagram & More


Auto posting to Google My Business and Social Media | For GMB, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, Pinterest, Tiktok & More
Auto Posting App For Detailers | Social Media Made Easy

Be more efficient with posting to your social media accounts using this handy app called OneUp. With this auto posting app you can conveniently schedule posts to Facebook, Google My Business, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Tiktok, Youtube & more.


Have you ever wondered how other businesses are so on top of their social media pages? One, two and even three posts a day per social media account? Sheesh seems like a lot to keep up with doesn't it. Well OneUp is a great tool that helps you put posting on auto pilot for as long as you need. I own NitPickin Mobile Detailing where I have Google My Business, Facebook, Instagram & Tiktok accounts. OneUp keeps my feeds current all the time. Where this doesn't eliminate all of the work such as creating the actual posts, it does allow you to preplan auto post and put them on repeat for whatever time frame you need. Could be once a week, once a month, could be on the first monday or the second monday and so on at any specific time of day you set.



OneUp Auto Posting App To Post To Your Google My Business

How We Use OneUp On Our Google My Business


As you probably know, you can create posts for your GMB as offers with coupon codes and call to action buttons, you can also post services with images, and more.


Using OneUp makes it possible to auto post your offers and delete them once they expire then repost them automatically. This is exceptionally great because Google will notice that your business listing is constantly active on a regular basis.


Customer will never see an old post or offer because they automatically get deleted and reposts during whatever time frame you set. Here is the calendar view:

Sample view of the OneUp calendar
The OneUp Calendar

Notice that you can see my GMB, FB, and IG accounts that I have connected to OneUp. I have only my GMB account selected. I just click a day on the calendar, fill out the information and create my post. I use the standard GMB image aspect ratio of 4:3 that I create in Photoshop. Videos and GIF's can also be used. View the screens shot to see what building a post looks like:

Sample View of Creating a GMB Post Description
Sample View of Creating a GMB Post Description

Sample View of Creating a GMB Post Description
Sample View of Creating a GMB Post Description

This is so easy to do and once you hqave it done you just set it to auto post and delete it self once a week or how ever often you want. This consistently keeps your GMB fresh with new posts all the time!


TIPS FOR POSTING ON GMB

  • The ideal description length for Google posts is between 150-300 character's.

  • Image ratio should be 4:3

  • We have a posting rhythm of one per day, each post last one week then it auto deletes and auto reposts once a week. We have this set to happen continuously until we turn it off.

  • When creating offers, use promo codes that make sense. If you do not yet have promo/discount codes, I suggest you look into adding this feature to your business. It's a great marketing tool.


OneUp Auto Posting App To Post To Your Facebook Business Page

How We Use OneUp On Our Facebook Business Page


Auto posting on repeat to your facebook business page can become very repetitive. So it's important to keep in mind that what your post needs to be engaging in one way shape or form and without posting the same thing to frequently. The only type of posts I have set to repeat on my fb page are my informational blog posts that cover subjects that I feel should be quickly and easily found without having to scroll for 20 minutes. We consistently have new people visiting our fb page and my auto/repeat posts are for those new people to easily find. The repost frequency is once a month per blog post. Below is a screenshot of one of my FB auto post/repeat posts.

OneUp Auto Post Example
OneUp Post Example

It's simple, straight forward and leads people to the blog on our website. The blog post itself is full of information and answers many questions prior to be asked. Once a person is done reading the blog they should have little to know questions about the topic. Posting quality content to your Facebook page is important for your businesses image: Suggestions for Auto Posting to Facebook:

  • Keep you auto repeat posts spread far enough apart to where it does not become repetitive to your followers.

  • Auto repeat post things like blog posts with most frequently asked questions about a service or product you offer.

  • Auto repeat education blog posts that provide an opportunity for your followers to learn something new.

  • Auto Post blog posts that are product reviews and have affiliate links. Id repeat this type of post once every three months but maybe post a different one every 2 weeks to one month.

  • Auto post seasonal offers. You can set OneUp to auto post every Halloween, every Christmas, and any other holiday no matter what it is. This is so good for marketing.

  • You can auto post 52 different funny memes. Set a different meme to post on every Monday at a specific time of day, 52 times in one year. Because there is about 52 mondays in one year. Have each one repeat at the same time the following year. This can take a little bit of time gathering usable memes and creating the post in OneUp but it's worth doing. Posting memes is a great way to encourage engagement from your follows plus you have an opportunity to make them laugh on a weekly bases. Also, some of them may share your post which is great for you!



My Favorite features | OneUp's Best Features

  • Monthly & Annual Subscriptions with 3 different affordable plans

  • Analytics and Reports

  • Create folders in your OneUp Media Gallery for organizing and storing your photos, videos and GIF's

  • Create team members with specific roles

  • Import your GMB reviews and add & edit replies

  • Turn on & off UTM parameters for GMB CTA "call to action" buttons and links

  • The queue calendar is fantastic with color categorizing options, easy drag and drop features, has a month and week view.

  • Select your social media accounts to be viewed in the queue calendar


Good Posting Practices | Things to Consider When Creating Posts for Any Platform
  • Create your artwork with correct aspect ratios for each social platform.

  • On Google My Business, when creating offers or any other CTA "call to actions", set them up to run for one week then auto delete & auto repost. You can also do every 2 weeks and run the offer for 2 weeks then auto delete and auto repost etc and so on.

  • On Facebook Business Pages, do not auto repeat the same post to often. No less than 30 days apart.

  • Create rich engaging content. Excluding memes, use only high quality images, graphics, videos, etc.

  • Post about subjects that bring value to your followers. People love to feel like they are gaining something. And they are if you provide quality, informational, educational content.

  • Memes are a great auto post idea. Do one post every Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday or what ever day, on the same day of every week, for the entire year! I'm sure you can find 52 memes that make sense for your Facebook Business Page! If your business page is about detailing, find memes related to auto detailing and cars in general. By the time a year rolls around and that first meme reposts itself, your followers have long forgotten about it plus all your new followers will be seeing it for the first time. After its set up, you got 52 posts a year that can repost for ever.

  • Write down a list of post ideas that can be repeated. Then organize time to sit down and get it done.

  • Organize days for specific categories of posts. For example, Mondays is Meme Mondays, Every first Tuesday of the month is Paint Correction Blog Day. Every first Wednesday is How to Maintain & Wash Your Vehicle Blog Post Day, and so and so forth.


Final Words
Most social media platforms have post schedulers built in already. So why pay for OneUp? Because OneUp has the ability to repeat posts which will save you a ton of time. Being able to post on all of your platforms from one location at one time is also a huge time saver. Visit the OneUp website and try it out. We have been a OneUp user for over two years now and we are 100% happy with them.


 




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