Increase Organic Engagement on Your Social Media Channels

May 4, 2022

Why use JumpStory?

Save time: We've curated the best images for you.

Save money: Unlimited use for just $23 per month.

Get the latest posts delivered to your inbox

Why use JumpStory?

- Save time:
  We've curated the best   images for you.

- Save money:

  Unlimited use from $23   per month.

Nowadays we spend more and more time on social networks. We enjoy funny videos, interesting articles, and unique images.

This can only be an advantage for the companies present in the digital environment. They can now connect with consumers through posts, comments, and hashtags, making it easier for them to build strong communities, and increase organic engagement.

If in the past businesses only aimed at increasing notoriety, now it is clear that their main purpose is to increase consumer engagement. Through it, a multitude of benefits can be developed such as increasing brand recognition, expanding the current target audience, improving brand reputation, and many more.

In order to increase your commitment to consumers, there are two ways in which you can make your presence felt in the online world: paid promotion and organic growth.

The first refers to paid posts and advertisements that aim to promote a product/service to a new audience, Organic growth refers to the classic posts on each social media platform, which target people who are passionate or interested in the topics covered or even the company itself.

In the following lines, I will present you with some tips on how to increase your organic engagement on social media. Let’s get into it!

Target your audience

You need to know who you are talking to. See what background they are from, how old they are, what else they are looking for, and what their hobbies and passions are. Choose a niche that you resonate with, and thus you will form a unique style created to their personal taste.

A bonus tip would be to create a buyer persona that you want to address. This should be a person who sums up the characteristics of your target audience. This way, it will be easier for you to create content, while you already know the recipient to whom it is addressed.

woman sitting on top of a hill

Create original posts

The best advice I can give you is to be original. Differentiate yourself from those around you. Come up with new ideas and don’t be afraid to stand out.

Let your creativity do the work and pleasantly surprise your audience. Have the courage to post something bold, and unexpected. Just remember, everyone can become a trendsetter on social media. Also, it’s ok if some things don’t work out, learn from your mistakes and move on.

Follow a content calendar

The main purpose is to maintain consistency and have an organized feed. Create a calendar for each platform you post on and plan the days you want to post ahead.

Don’t forget to be as consistent as possible, to post on a regular basis, but also to take the time you need to create quality content. It’s better to post less often but at good quality, rather than daily and mediocre. In the end, the audience is engaged with your brand because they appreciate its quality.

woman walking in a foggy field

Refine your style for each channel

As there is a multitude of social media platforms, you will have to use as many styles. Each channel has its own audience and its own way of using it. Thus, you can promote your company/product/service with the same basic idea, but model it for each platform.

For example, LinkedIn and Facebook will demand a more neutral or serious approach, while on Instagram, TikTok, or Snapchat a playful tone will be better suited, accompanied by filters and music.

Build connections

If you appreciate the content published by other creators, don’t be afraid to share it on your platforms. As long as you give them credit and congratulate them on their work, it cannot be considered plagiarism. With this method, you can bring a greater variety of content to your own page.

By using links and urging your audience to follow the appreciated page/blog you can create relations with the author. Through appreciation, comments, and shares, your site reach will increase and it will help to attract more passionate people to the topics you approach. And who knows, if you do a good job with your own content, maybe you will be distributed by others, and thus you will reach an even wider audience.

two people talking

To make a long story short

These are just some of the tips that I hope will help you in your journey as a marketer. There is no exact road that will lead you to success, but through hard work and consistency, you will have a better chance of discovering what is beneficial for your company.

These are just some of the ideas by which you can guide yourself and create your own path. If you are at the beginning of your career, it may seem impossible to create so much content and keep your community engaged with it, but with time you will gain more experience and become much more confident in your craft.

boy reading a map

I’m glad I caught your attention and you’ve reached the end of the article. To summarize, we should focus on these 5 basic ideas:

  • target your audience,
  • create original posts,
  • follow a content calendar,
  • refine your style for each channel,  
  • build relationships that will definitely help you in the future.

We hope this article has made it much easier for you to increase your organic engagement on social media.

About the author

Bianca is passionate about marketing, art and design, as well as Digital Marketing, especially Social Media Marketing. Therefore, she chose to become a visual content creator for the “Alumni ASE” graduate association. Her hobbies include drawing, puzzles, and movies. The perfect day for her begins with a captivating book accompanied by a cup of flavored coffee.


Bianca Roman

How useful was this post?

Click on a star to rate it!

Average rating 5 / 5. Vote count: 1

No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post.

Want more?

Get 10 free, down-to-earth eBooks about marketing, visual communication and storytelling. Written by authors like Guy Kawasaki (Apple), Lars Fjeldsoe (Dropbox), Peter Kreiner (Noma) and more.

Want 25% off?

You're likely not ready to try our service right now. And that's alright.

How about we e-mail you a discount code for when you are?

We will of course also send you a brief explanation on what’s so special about us. And subscribe you to our regular newsletter, where you’ll be notified when we publish content like this page.

But don’t worry. We won’t share your address with anyone else. And it’s just one click, then you’re off our list again.