How to Create a #MotivationMonday Post

This super popular hashtag is meant to get people up and at ‘em for their week ahead. Content can be inspiring images, before and after pics, or an eye opening article. Most often, though, a simple quote is the fastest way to create one and post it. Here’s how that works step by step.

How to post a Motivation Monday quote

Facebook

Choose a quote that makes sense with your brand and if there is a theme for that month. Note: be sure to have the quote and the person it’s attributed to. This book is more helpful than some of the mixed up nonsense you’ll find on the internet.

Use an app like Word Swag to create an image to go with the quote.

Include copy incorporating one emoji into the post to catch your audience’s eye.

Add the #MotivationMonday hashtag with your other hashtags.

Schedule for designated date.

Twitter

Choose a quote that makes sense with the brand and the theme for that month. Note: be sure to have the quote and the person it’s attributed to. This book is more helpful than some of the mixed up nonsense you’ll find on the internet.

Use an app like Word Swag to create an image to go with the quote that is sized for Twitter.

Include fresh copy incorporating one emoji into the post

Add #MotivationMonday hashtag

Schedule for designated date.

Instagram

Choose a quote that makes sense with the brand and the theme for that month. Note: be sure to have the quote and the person it’s attributed to. This book is more helpful than some of the mixed up nonsense you’ll find on the internet.

Use an app like Word Swag to create an image to go with the quote that is square

Include fresh copy incorporating one emoji into the post

Add hashtags - including #MotivationMonday

Schedule for designated date.

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