Whether your social media operation consists of two people or a team of 20, you need everyone on the same page when it comes to content creation. You may have a writing or brand style guide, but do you have a social media style guide? 

Developing a succinct guide specifically for your social media channels will help those creating and sharing content through social channels know how to apply your company’s style rules to social. You can use our social media style guide template to shape a custom guide that provides usage rules for topics including: 

  • Voice and Tone
  • Spelling and Grammar
  • Emojis
  • Hashtags
  • And More

To access the template, log in if you’re a subscriber, or you can become a subscriber here.

The template is from the LinkedIn Learning course Content Marketing for Social Media, from Content Science President Colleen Jones. 

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Last Updated: April 1, 2021

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